Thyolo-Thava member of Parliament (MP) Mary Navicha (Democratic Progressive Party -DPP ) has sid DPP should be “hopeful” about winning the 2019 Malawi Tripartite Elections, saying opposition support will be dropping off life’s conveyor belt as time draws near to next election.
“We need to start realising that this is not time for politics. Malawians and everyone else in this country do not need politics. Therefore, let us all desist from playing cheap politics. Time for campaign is coming in 2019. We will have ample time for politics. I believe this time around Malawians especially people from Khwethemule and Mphuka and all Malawians are looking forward to receiving the development that, through our leaders, we promised them in 2014,” said Nanvicha in Parliament.
She was making her contribution on President Peter Mutharika’s opening address to the 47th session of Parliament delivered on November 10.
Navicha said in 2014 elections Malawians voted for the DPP manifesto and asked all leaders of political parties in the House to remember that “it is only the DPP manifesto that is prevailing as a policy guiding instrument at this hour.”
She said political “leaders must therefore learn to tell the truth” and “bring hope” as President Mutharika did by highlighting a number of projects taking place in all the regions.
“There are so many projects taking place. We talk of infrastructural development in colleges, the Cancer Centre, roads infrastructure, the Greenbelt Initiative just to mention but a few,” said Navicha.
“Only if these leaders had eyes to see and ears to hear, they could realise that Malawi is on the right path with its economy taking shape and having single digit inflation. This is what we call progress or development,” said the Thyolo-Thava MP.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :