Kutsaira does his signature bow on return to DPP

Bintony Kutsaira, the former secretary general of ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has rejoined the party and performed his trademark political worshiping bow to President Peter Mutharika when he welcomed him at Masintha Ground in Lilongwe.

Kutsaira being welcomed by Mutharika
Kutsaira being welcomed by Mutharika
Here Joyce Banda was welcoming Kutsaira in PP and appointed him deputy minister of agriculture
Here Joyce Banda was welcoming Kutsaira in PP and appointed him deputy minister of agriculture
Kutsaila loves his bow,
Kutsaila loves his bow,
Kutsaira made a 'bow of the year' when he was with Banda
Kutsaira made a ‘bow of the year’ when he was with Banda

Kutsaira was among 21 recycled politicians who were welcomed in the DPP.

The former National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) boss has been a political nomad, he first cut his political teeth in Malawi Congress Party (MCP) where he once once served as its member of parliament.

He then joined DPP and defected to Peoples Party when it was in power where he served as Deputy Minister of Agriculture Bintoy before rejoining MCP and now is back to DPP fold.

Speaking when he welcomed the defectors to DPP, President Mutharika urged his party  members to embrace unity and accept new members from opposition political parties.

He said politics is about numbers and he is ready to work with both old and new members who are joining the party.

“It is only when others subscribe to your philosophy that you know you have a far-reaching appeal as a political establishment,” said Mutharika.

“So, we in the DPP warmly receive these patriotic men and women who have chosen to serve Malawians better from a more viable platform than the rest of the political pack,” he added.

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mulopwana
3 years ago

Patabebwa mbuzi koma pali kutsaira anthu angati mbava ndani?

santana
santana
3 years ago

Looking at the comments I can see that Kuntsaila watenthetsa anthu ambiri, abboka naye m’mimba mwana mchewa.

Mj Central
Mj Central
3 years ago

A Kutsayirawo ndiye tatopa nawo mu ndale za ku Malawi. A Msonda, no syllabus in politics? But you had one while in PP.

P.p Boss
P.p Boss
3 years ago

Now the game has started son it will be over
Mcp woyeee ulendo hey wa Ku malembe
Late James Cholera said “If you see father inlaws”(akamwini) leaving the village going somewhere know that there are witches I that village
Mcp started well but Chakwera has messed up. Two years remaining its not enough. 2019 shaa Mcp to the bench again. Bring Tembo back

Free up black people
Free up black people
3 years ago
Reply to  P.p Boss

Akamwini is not father in law. Its brother in law or son in law.

Nankununkha
Nankununkha
3 years ago

I hope another road traffic accident will sort out this mess!

Bodza la n\'nanu
Bodza la n\'nanu
3 years ago

Full of idiocy. We love being oppressed.

chimzimu Chonyasa
3 years ago

Mwina ndikukula milomoku kumene kumamupangitsa kukhala ngati wamisala.

Al-Fayeed
Al-Fayeed
3 years ago

Malawi has useless leaders!!!

Zoona zake
Zoona zake
3 years ago

politics is a game of numbers! There is no permanent friend or enemy in politics. zayambika 2019 motooooooooooooo

Wa mwale
Wa mwale
3 years ago

Malawi ndidzikodi la atsogoleri ambiri opanda ntchito, useless politicians they deserve to die and no long we are interested to hear abut these outdated, useless, saltless, destinyless, future less, bustered betrayers. Malawi wake up these are politicians no one should trust they are plunders wishing not anything well for our nation, but distroying it until it looses everything including trees, water, stones, and soil. All they want is enrich themselves regardless of what the nation is facing. Zitsilu zimene ziyenela kufa imfa yapamseu basiiiiiii

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