Kamlepo says JB remains PP leader, coming back for 2019 polls: Karonga rally low turn out

People’s Party (PP) interim Vice President Kamlepo Kalua has charged that the former ruling party stands a good chance of bouncing back to power in 2019 elections.

Kamlepo speaking to the media.

Kamlepo speaking to the media.

PP poor turn out rally in Karonga

PP poor turn out rally in Karonga

Kalua said at a political rally he addressed in Karonga that PP can win the 2019 election because failure by the DPP to deliver will work in favour of the PP.

He also informed that former president Joyce Banda remains the party leaders and that she is expected to come soon.

“Don’t listen to those that are instilling fear in you that the PP will never bounce back. In PP you have all the reasons to bounce back to power,” said Kalua.

He said DPP government expected PP to be totally disintegrated and that it has been sponsoring divisions in the party.

“I want you to realize that we have been attacked from the front, from the back, from the rear, from the side but we will not be dismantled. The DPP are trying to comfort them by lying to themselves that they will remain in power,” said Kalua.

At the rally. The  Rumphi East Member of Parliament (MP) accused Paramount chief Kyungu for allowing President Peter Muthalika to name Karonga-Chitipa road ‘Bingu high-way’ saying “I know that he did that because he was afraid with government and to please the President.”

Kamlepo wondered why national infrastructures in the country are not named with the name of northerners despite being the one fighting for the freedom of the country.

The rally attracted a poor  turn out  and Kalua accused former PP provincial governor for the north Rev Mzomera Ngwira has that he stopped party members from attending the meeting.

Kamlepo said that “I know that this low turn-up is because of Mzomera’s plan, he is a person that is causing confusion in the party as he also did the same in Mzuzu on 24 January this year where he caused  fracas on the rally we organized.”

However, Mzomera distanced himself from the accusation saying the interim leaders are unpopular to the supporters hence poor patronage.

“I am in Lilongwe as I am talking to you, and I don’t have knowledge that Kamlepo is holding the party’s rally today in Karonga,” argued Mzomera on Sunday.

Mzomera was expelled from the party and his position in February this year, following the allegations that he was involved  in violence at the party’s meeting in Mzuzu.

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Mika Kumbire

Nyasa Times: Is this story of National interest?????

Winston Msowoya
To be truthful,I come from the same village where MP Kamlepo comes from.I have been reading some of his rhetorics to some extent,with mixed comprehension skills,However, he is trying to contribute whatever he can to please his voters.The blot here is that JB has been absent from internal political activities for long which makes followers shake their heads and think of the future of their Party comes 2019.However,Iam under impression that with all that time a supreme leader globe-trotting,something somewhere is wrong and this could play magnificently well into the hands of UDF and DPP during elections time.Personally,Iam of the… Read more »
Kamlepo 2

Kamlepo has no agenda and people are busy harvesting rice and trying to survive. He is a political non entity in the North. He won the least number of votes in his constituency compared to any in Northern region. the story of JB sounds unbelievable. So blaming DPP and Mzomera shows that he did not even have anything to offer to those curious onlookers in Kalonga


Kalua – possibly was having a meeting with borehole committee members with some pupils at a particular primary school. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk ndale zafikapo – pepani Honourable

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