Msaka deserves DPP recognition for rebuilding party in Eastern region – Commentator

A political commentator has said the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) needs to recognize and reward hard working officials as way of motivating others.

Msaka addressing a DPP rally in Mangochi

Humphrey Mvula singled out the ruling party vice president for the eastern region Bright Msaka whom he said rebuilt the party in the region whose membership he said dwindled over the years.

“Mr Msaka worked hard to bring more votes for President Peter Mutharika and the DPP in the previous election than ever before.

” These are the people who need motivation by rewarding them. He can be running mate or presidential candidate. He is all what it takes to be a leader, ” said Mvula.

Mvula’s comment come at a time when news is rife that Mutharika intends to pair with the United Democratic Front (UDF) president Atupele Muluzi in the Constitutional Court sanctioned fresh presidential election in July.

Mvula, a former UDF strategist,  said he had conducted a survey in the eastern region in the run up to the elections which established that the DPP was losing membership at a fast rate due to a number of reasons.

He said it was therefore surprising that Msaka turned around the DPP political fortunes in the region.

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Wiza
Wiza
1 year ago

I like this one. He thinks good such that he cannot be liked by many in DPP who prefer anthu ogotomala

ndunji
ndunji
1 year ago

mmmm stolen votes from the eastern region can not be attributed to Msaka

Mtete
Mtete
1 year ago

Yes, he short-changed Atupele by selling the region to Lhomwe.

Andala asyene
Andala asyene
1 year ago

HUMPHREY MVULA NEEDS BRAIN SURGERY. MPAKANA BRIGHT MSAKA ?
HE IS NOT A PRESIDENTIAL MATERIAL.
MALAWI HAS BECOME A LAUGHING STOCK IN AFRICA BY HAVING THE LIKES OF MCHACHA AND THE LEAST BINTON KUSAILA AS CABINET MINISTERS .
COUNT ME OUT , AM NOW A FOREIGNER.

Pumbwa
1 year ago

Dpp please don’t listen to thags. 150 days is not too far. You can’t sell Msaka u in all regions within these few days remaining. He is not known in all the regions except where he comes from .People know Mutharika . If you go for Msaka,mark my words,you will encor heavy casualties.
With Mutharika you will win. Mcp is afraid of Mutharika they are not sleeping.

Truth
Truth
1 year ago

A Mvula sopano praising his home boy Bright Msaka Machinga boy. By the way, the past election was married with so many irregularities, some were systematic ( planned). A sane man can not base his data/figures on that election. Eastern region mainly Machinga, Mongochi. DPP played their game and one can not draw any conclusion. Lero ndiawo akatenga anthu mmamizi kuti apite kuma Do alandila K2000. Unfortunately haven’t recieved as per agreement. Anthu akuwawerenga athama nawo pa May pano.

Operation CHOTSA MBAVAA
Operation CHOTSA MBAVAA
1 year ago

Unfortunately he’s on the wrong side from day 1. And dpp will be his downfall. So will atupele fall badly.. as he’s so stupid and an idiot to join hands with MBAVAA who kicked his ass just not so far ago… and he wants to be beaten again n again. His political career is over. He better take over ntaja trading n sell sugar. These are all dying jackasses/donkies… as they not even fit to be called horses.

Ndalama
Ndalama
1 year ago

Msaka is a fool. The votes were stolen and the court nullified the results how can he be buying support from Mvula based on those results. By the way who says Mvula is an analyst. The guy can’t win a seat in Ndirande. He is a Just a nobody. Kukweza mbuzi muntengo bwanji….

yona
yona
1 year ago

It’s true Msaka has worked hard in Eastern region. But DPP needs to avoid unnecessary division this time the opposition is tearing itself apart.

Chriss
Chriss
1 year ago

koma mu DPP anthu muvulazana.

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