Msaka oozes confidence of DPP’s comeback after visiting Mutharika

The loss of election of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on 23 June 2020 to Tonse Alliance energizes the party to go back to the drawing board to “amass more charms” that will help it to bounce back in 2025 come rain or sunshine.

Msaka with Sheikh Ntenje interacting after visiting Mutharika
Msaka: Upbeat party bouncing back in government in 2025

The party’s eastern region Vice-President, Bright Msaka said this on Wednesday after visiting former president, Peter Mutharika at his residence, Namiyasi in Mangochi, where Mutharika chose to settle after being ousted from government.

“The loss has energized the party to be more resolute to start rebuilding itself for the next election. I am telling you people are angry with the loss and they are gearing to reclaim the lost glory with utmost faith,” emphasized Msaka.

He said DPP is probably the most giant party in the country which has more people, hence, he sees it wining with landslide votes in the coming general elections.

“We are going to the drawing board to see what went wrong that divorced us with the electorate. We are certain to come up with solutions or strategies that will help us to win back the hearts of Malawians,” said Msaka who led the party’s top leaders to the home of their president.

Commenting on the visit, the vice-president said they wanted to welcome Mutharika who chose to lead a private life in the lakeshore district after losing the election.

“It is a custom within our communities to receive a visitor whenever he/she has joined people. As you can see, our president has joined us; hence, we felt a social responsibility to come here to welcome him and his family including the former first lady, Gertrude Mutharika,” he explained.

Msaka, who wore a smiling face during the interview, described Mutharika’s mood as jovial and relaxed, saying this shows that the octogenarian has accepted defeat and embraced life.

“I am happy to find the president and his wife in a jovial and relaxed mood. We have cracked jokes, chatted and discussed pertinent issues regarding our party, among other issues without noticing sad moments from him and his wife,” he said

Msaka hailed Mutharika for choosing to settle down his life in a simple manner in Mangochi, saying this shows how great the former President was.

He also announced that the party leaders at central level will soon meet to make replacement of the position of eastern regional governor, Julius Paipi who has joined UTM.

Apart from Msaka, other party leaders who visited Mutharika were director of women (East) Eluby Kandewu, Mangochi District Governor, Salire Mdala, deputy secretary general, Charles Jika and Mangochi Central legislator, Victoria Kingstone.

Kingsotne, whose constituency falls the jurisdiction where Mutharika is staying said the visit was to welcome the president and assure him of their support and presence at all times.

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National CEO
National CEO
9 months ago

Very doubtfull, the way you were allowing ESCOM not to function properly, corruption etc. DPP can win olny if it can rebrand with new blood.

Reply to Ignorant.
Reply to Ignorant.
9 months ago

My vote is for Bright Msaka to be President of DPP and eventually of Republic of Malawi. Bright Msaka is a brilliant mind. Bwana I will donate Kwacha 10 billion to DPP if you take over.

Nambuma Girl
Nambuma Girl
9 months ago

Wishful thinking!

Malawians forgive and forget
Malawians forgive and forget
9 months ago

You right Mr msaka, vuto a Malawi sachedwa kuyiwala. Look they have forgotten the atrocities of mcp and very soon they will forget your sins. Mcp has fooled Malawians again and you dpp will fool them too. Mbuzi zaku Malawi sitichedwa kuyiwala

Msundwe
Msundwe
9 months ago

chipani mwati chabwera mphamvu mutakamuona Mutharika? 2026 afikako? Ndiye akhala akuyendera ndodotu. Dpp si giant party, ngati mukulephera kutenga executive yomse ya ku Eastern Region kukamuona, pali chabwino? Nanga NEC mwaiwonapo itakamuona olo kupanga meeting limodzi kuona kuti nyekhwe yatipeza bwanji ife anthu osamva? Olo hule la ku nkhotakota lija likumvekanso pano? Muzingodikira kumangidwa a pumbwa inu

Six O’Clock
Six O’Clock
9 months ago

Investigate Masaka. He has stollen billions when he was Chief Secretary. Arrogant git.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
9 months ago

Keep dreaming and you will soon be visiting your nkhalamba in prison. Also just pray that your two dirty parties (+udf) will still be in existence come the next elections.

Joni
Joni
9 months ago

what a DREAM…….kkkkkkk oBwande….which country?

Guest
Guest
9 months ago

in the country of democracy, we can not stop anyone to express his thoughts. Leave Munthalika alone, he has a new job, he is fishing in Mangochi

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
9 months ago

Mr Nsaka with all due respect, I have got respect as an individual BUT he must take time off & go to Bakili Muluzi who once vowed that he would deflate the tube that he inflated. It didn’t happen up to now. Malawian are on the move there is no time for Mutharika to lie to them that he will make sure that he sees DPP back in power. He he failed to campaign for himself this time around with all that system they were bragging about & lost miserably. What magic wand is he going to wave that will… Read more »

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