MCP leader upbeat to govern Malawi: Chakwera says battle not over, vote on July 2

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) presidential candidate Lazarous Chakwera  has said the victory at the courts and the formation of the opposition Tonse Alliance means that time is up for the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), urging the electorate to vote and seal DPP’s fate on July 2.

MCP presidential candidate  Lazarus Chakwera 
MCP presidential candidate and Tonse Alliance leader  Chakwera in Mzuzu

” The game is over for them. We are celebrating these small vitories (at the courts) for the greater victory that is coming on July 2,” said Chakwera in his speech to an excited crowd at Mzuzu Upper stadium where the Tonse alliance held its first rally.

Meanwhile, the Tonse alliance will this Sunday storm Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe for their second rally.

Chakwera paid tribute to his running mate Saulos Chilima of UTM Party , witnesses for UTM and MCP during the elections case, lawyers and the judges for delivering justice to Malawians.

“I thank God for these brave people, including Timothy Mtambo. Now is the time to build Malawi,” said Chakwera.

He urged Malawians to get ready to vote in large numbers on July 2, 2020 and assured people the alliance will potect every vote.

“The battle is not over. Let us all get ready to vote in our large numbers and show DPP red card. People are voluntering to protect your vote,” said Chakwera.

Chakwera then spend much of his speech outlining different plans and projects that the alliance will implement for the North and the whole Malawi immediately after taking over reigns of power.

He desribed the Supreme Court ruling  that upheld the February 3 constitutional court ruling that nullified the 2019 elections a a “technical knock out” for DPP but added that the final blow for the ruling party will come on July 2.

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Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
9 months ago

Without a doubt this time. Their only hope of illegally getting in has been curtailed by the Supreme court (registering little milakhos for the vote). Jane Ansah on her own won’t be enough to propel NTCHONA back to power. Dzanja lalemba.

Nabetha
Nabetha
9 months ago

Doc Chakwera and Tonse alliance Oooooyyyeeeee kuti wawawawawawawaaa!!!

Drogba
9 months ago

Once again, people.from.thw North want to be used and reused. Just feeling sorry for the.folks

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
9 months ago
Reply to  Drogba

Northerners will always vote objectively.

Chikoti
Chikoti
9 months ago

Too early baba..realities of alliances in malawi are seen on the ballot day…reasons being, alliances are not only a plus aspect.alliances do the minus and the divisions..until you have gone through all these, u know.but its not that easy..just do your best to mitigate the minus and division aspect that comes with alliances..

Atupele yenweyo baasi
9 months ago

Baba ulendo wa ku pulpit ku Evangelical Church. Game mealuza

Wawa
Wawa
9 months ago

The battle is raging on. Paja inu u alwz upbeat. Kenako mukaluza kuyamba kuphwanya ma bussiness a anthu osalakwa ndi kupha anthu. Dont underate DPP/ UDF alliance. They r still in the race.

Mphatso
Mphatso
9 months ago

Glory be to God Almighty for His constant mercies and righteousness ! Dr. Chakwera, you are a humble servant of God. Thank you ever so much for accepting to continue to undertake God’s work. You have fought a great battle to bring about electoral justice in Malawi, and the Tonse Boma Alliance you are spearheading is the only element that will re unite Malawi and take our nation to ‘ Canaan ‘. May God profusely bless you, and continue protecting you, so that His purpose of taking His children from the traps and snares of the wicked one manifests through… Read more »

Joel Mpunga
Joel Mpunga
9 months ago

Malawians should know that voting for DPP is consenting the unconditional lockdown stating from July until further notice. Malawians should be reminded that we are at the mercy of God that he rescued us from the declared lockdown. Kudos to HRDC.

chataika
chataika
9 months ago

kkkkk kondwerani lero pa 2 july muliranso nyo simunati paja ife tibvimviniza pa ground wosati ku court yayi get ready for another atibera album paja inu nkukhala kwanu

K.kagalu.
K.kagalu.
9 months ago
Reply to  chataika

Kunva ululutu uku, kikkkkkk! Koma Moto kuti Buuuuuuuu! Malawi for Change!

Chando
Chando
9 months ago

I guess it will be 6-1 goals. Your problem is that you call yourself president while you are fighting against a king on power (APM). Now you behave as if you are already a president. Wait after 2July because now everything is possible

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