Kabambe continues to canvass votes for DPP top leadership position

One of the leading contenders for the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidency Daliso Kabambe was in Blantyre the day where he was meeting delegates to party convention as he continues to market himself for the party top most job.

Kabambe: Campaiging for DPP presidency

Kabambe says throughout these meetings, he had been urging all members of the party to stay steadfast, remain loyal and firmly believe in the vision of the two party patriarchs, Bingu wa Mutharika and Peter Mutharika.

“Let me also extend this message to members of the party to stay firm, remain loyal and believe in the tenets of the DPP that delivered food surplus, security, development and robust economic growth.

“This is the work and legacy that is also driving me,” he says.

He says he has been introducing himself to these convention delegates and he is asking for their votes at the party’s next convention.

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Mogasa
Mogasa
12 days ago

I am praying for you DK trust me. all the time. May you be guided by PSalm 35

The Patriot
The Patriot
13 days ago

DPP will surely do itself a favor to have Dr Kabambe as President. Literally other than that its surely suspicious that the other guy is been sponsored by someone who wants to use DPP for his fulfillment of his ambitions. Kunena mowona mtima.

Last edited 13 days ago by The Patriot
Tati
Tati
13 days ago

Goodluck to DK2025…Dont copy the primitive politics za achina K. George Malemia. N.
Accept Gods will and detours on your path.

Zex
Zex
13 days ago

One step at a time DK adzatenga bomali

Cash Gate
13 days ago

Bwanawa awina ndithu ku convention ya DPP chifukwa machinery yawo yowathandiza ndi executive ya chipanichi Koma Ali ndi ntchito yayikulu kuti awine pa mpando wa president was dziko

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