MCP youth movement kick off road shows with Msungama ahead re-run 

Malawi Congress Party (MCP)  youth movement on Sunday took Lilongwe City South East Constituency by storm when the grouping held road  shows in almost all main roads of the  constituency ahead of re-run  which the Supreme Court ordered the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to conduct.

Msungama on political road shows
MCP youth on road show

In May 2014, MEC declared Democratic Progressive (DPP) candidate Bently Namasasu winner with 10 956 votes against 10 854 votes for MCP candidate Ulemu Msungama.

The Supreme Court upheld a ruling of the High Court which declared that the anomalies noted in the disputed parliamentary election in Lilongwe City South East could only be resolved through a re-run  after a recount failed when a mysterious fire destroyed poll materials in a MEC warehouse in Lilongwe in 2014.

MCP Youth Movement spokesperson, Felix Kasinda told Nyasa Times that the road shows are aimed at reminding MCP members and the general populous to go and vote for  Msungama in order to ensure that development takes place in the area.

“We are here to say enough is enough,  people of this constituency wants development. As you might be aware that the people of this area have been denied development for long time,” said Kasinda.

The enthusiastic and energetic youths started the road show from Area 44, to Machance,  Chilinde, Area 23, Nsambeta, Midlands before addressing the rally at Kaliyeka primary school  football ground

Addressing a rally, Msungama said people of the area should not make any mistake during the re-run but elect MCP..

“I have already started initiating development in this area just yesterday I commissioned a half million kwacha six metres bridge at Chipasula. I will be working tirelessly to ensure that people of this area have access to basis needs of live,” said Msungama.

Members of Parliament from various constituency joined the road show in their large numbers in order to give moral and social and physical support to Ulemu Msungama.

Just recently, MEC announced that they have submitted the budget for the incoming by elections.

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5 years ago

I wish I was there

5 years ago

wina amva kuotcha mjekete

5 years ago

Boma lili Ku State house koma anthu mongodzinamiza mudzachangamuka liti? kudzichita ndi chala basis, mbuzi za anthu kkkk

samuel kachipanda
5 years ago

mmmmmmm ndale ndi ndale sizidzasintha or even mwana once join politics nkhani yake ndiyomweo zikupanga nkhalamba zomwez.
andale ose anatembereredwa coz pamaso pamulungu analembetsa kut ndi anthu abodza.No matter kut Msungama ndi mwana but ndale ndi ndale bas.

Bright mkosi
Bright mkosi
5 years ago

Tikufuna zimenezo ife tatopa nazo nkhalamba izi

5 years ago

Zikuchita kukongolatu,ma t shirt amenewa ndingawapezeko bwanji koma??? Big up to ULEMU and all MPs who attended this road show and support ULEMU,MCP BOMAAAA!!!!!MOTO KUTI BUUUUUU!!!

5 years ago

Ulemu Msungama, You have my Vote. Iwe ndi Mwana Wa Mulungu. Calvary Family church is behind you. Mulungu wathu SACHEDWA, SAFULUMILA! BRAVO OUR OWN BREED!!!

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