Msaka says Atupele adds value to Mutharika presidential ticket for Malawi rerun

Vice President for Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in eastern region Bright Msaka has said the alliance between DPP and UDF will shock and shame opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and its opposition partners, saying President Peter Mutharika and his running mate Atupele Muluzi will emerge victors.

Msaka at Nasawa Trading Centre during whistle-stop campaign

Msaka said President Mutharika was right to pick Atupele, president of United Democrtaic Front (UDF),  as his runing mate because he fosters unity and that he bring to the presidential ticket qualities of  servant leadership and respect for the law.

Speaking during whistle stop tour he conducted at Nasawa, Mateketa and  Chikomwe in Zomba Thondwe Constituency on Sunday,  Msaka urged people not to vote for violent leaders as demonstrated by looting of people’s properties by the opposition .

“If the over 70  000 people who did not vote in Zomba alone go and cast their votes, the opposition parties will really be disappointed,” he said.

He promised people in the area that government has plans to upgrade the road from Thondwe to Jali as one way of easing transport problems.

He described Tonse Alliance leadership as violent who do not protect democratic governance but lawlessness.

DPP-UDF alliance is very optimistic that they will win the  fresh elections.

Director of Operations for DPP Rev. Mwayi Kamuyambeni urged people not to pay attention to opposition alliance, saying it is built on sand and not solid foundation.

Traditional Authority Mbiza and Sub Traditional Authorities Ntholowa and Ngwelero said voting for MCP is the same as killing oneself.

 

The chiefs said they can not forget the evil things the MCP did during Hastings Kamuzu Banda  dictatorship.

Among top party officials present during the tour includes Blue League National Chairperson Dumisani Lindani, Member of Parliament for Zomba  Chisi Mark Botomani, MP for Zomba Thondwe Rosby Gadama, MP for Zomba Central Bester Awali, Director of Youth for Eastern region Steven Bamusi, Mayer for Zomba city and senior Chief Mlumbe.

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Jenala Eid
Jenala Eid
8 months ago

Lulululu zipani koma Dpp ndi Udf enanu kagwereni uko.
Mcp ndi Utm musatitayitse nthawi apa

President Chisokonezo
President Chisokonezo
8 months ago

Stupid, the same to say white man was enslaving people in 1650 and you meet a white man in 2020 and you call him a slave trader. Mbuli.

Banda
Banda
8 months ago

Say NO to the violent and killer MCP

Gift Kumpatsa
Gift Kumpatsa
8 months ago

Mmene adalephelela pa zisankho muja mkumati alindi value what a shame

Fake Petros
Fake Petros
8 months ago
Reply to  Gift Kumpatsa

Basically akuvomeledza kuti Chimulirenji ndi iyeyo Msaka ndi “MADEYA” enieni ngakhale at some point they were are fighting to be running mates

kakhuta
kakhuta
8 months ago

Atupele nchipwadza

Malawi belong to the citizens

So people should continue to live in poverty chifukwa MCP ya Kamuzu imapha? Zipani zomwe zalamulira malawi zambiri zakhala zikupha amalawi.Udf yinapha amalawi.Dpp yapha anthu ambirinso.Mwina chifukwa anthu aphedwa during DPP reign were not lomwe people maybe that’s why some people don’t count that one as killings.To them it looks like it was a good killing, Stupid leaders.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
8 months ago

Kikikikiiiiiiii, which value. Wasn’t udf already swallowed up by dpp? Koma abalee.

Yalakwa Four
8 months ago

‘A Criminal History of Mankind’ by Colin Wilson.

lester
lester
8 months ago

Absolutely. That is why he was Chakweras first choice. Humble young man

Mavuto
Mavuto
8 months ago

Dzimvele ntolo, voting for mcp = suicide!

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
8 months ago
Reply to  Mavuto

Chakwera WOYEEEEEEEE. Seen Njamba today?

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