Mutharika boasts of DPP’s unstoppable in manifesto ‘renewal’:  Says Malawi not for experiments

President Peter Mutharika has asked voters to give him a fresh mandate and  Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in the May 21 2019 elections  when he launched its 2019 manifesto on Sunday with promises of  taking Malawi farther from poverty to prosperity.

Mutharika waves to supporters during DPP campaign launch
President Muhtarika welcomes by DPP vice president for central region Uladi Mussa at Kamuzu Institute for Sports
DPP women supporters at the campaign launch
Mutharika receives the copy of manifesto from a young girl
Mutharika shows a copy of DPP manifesto for 2019 elections
Part of the crowds at the DPP manifesto launch
The drone in the blue sky carrying DPP manifesto
Decoration at DPP campaign launch

Speaking at the party’s campaign launch at the Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe, Mutharika said he was not launching the election manifesto but renewing the promises the party made in the previous elections which have been delivered and what it will progress on the gains made.

“Today, we have not come to launch a manifesto. We have come to renew our promise and the manifesto we started implementing five years ago,” said Mutharika.

In his speech, Mutharika I made a personal confession that as  a God fearing person,  in 2014 he  prayed to God that he  would  work with all his spirit, strength and soul to make Malawi  “better than I found it.”

He said: “ I promise what I do, and I do what I promise. I kept my promise to God, and God kept his promise to me. Now we can look back and say we made Malawi better than we found this country. We made a promise to make life better for us all.”

Mutharika therefore, appealed to voters to say no to empty promises by the opposition but re-elect him and DPP to deliver to the expectations of the electorate.

“I am ready to take Malawi further from poverty to prosperity. For the sake of Malawians, I am ready to go out and defend this country through empowerment of vulnerable people such as women and children. I’ll give hope to the youth and will leave no one behind,” he said.

“Our manifesto is not on paper. Our real manifesto is what we have delivered to this country and what we will continue to deliver,” he said.

“In the last five years, we have seen this country taking this progressive direction. What we need is to do more to deliver more in five more years.

“We can do it because we have done it before. We are not a party that comes to experiment with lives of Malawians. We are the party that comes to do more than what we have begun. We have been tested, tried and trusted,” said Mutharika.

He continued: “We found this country in a crisis. We fought the good fight and we fixed the crisis. Not that we have finished to perfection, but that we press on towards the goal of making life better for everyone.”

The President conceded that there are many more challenges.

“But that is why we are here. We are here to serve, and we know we have more work to do,” said Mutharika.

The DPP torch bearer pledged  to do more development in the next term than what his administration has delivered.

“We are ready to serve our country for five more years,” Mutharika said.

He said his party will fight to win the watershed May 21 2019  elections describing his DPP as “unstoppable and unbreakable.”

Mutharika outlined achievements under his leadership some of which include the energy sector which has seen 497 centres electrified through the Malawi Rural Electrification Program (MAREP), road infrastructure, food security, education, vocational training, water and sanitation among others.

DPP Secretary General, Griezedar Jeffrey said the DPP manifesto is the hope of the nation.

Chairperson of the main organizing committee, Brown Mpinganjira described this electoral year’s campaign as an easy one for the DPP saying President Mutharika has already campaigned for himself through the various development projects that he has fulfilled.

The DPP manifesto focuses on community colleges and skills development and promotion, energy sector, food and nutrition security, transport infrastructure, separation of powers, fighting corruption, fraud and other economic crimes and tourism among others.

The launch started with intercessory prayers which were offered by Apostle Timothy Khoviwa and other religious leaders with songs of praise done by the Great Angels Choir.

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Apumbwa
Apumbwa
3 years ago

Its not for old, rugged, tired, recycled thieves either!

Afinye
Afinye
3 years ago

Its not for thieves either!

Alamu Pumani Mwakalamba kutibera K145 million

Akalamba awa inu. Callista has experience of what the Muthalikas do when they are old. Uyu now is beyond the age at which Bingu died. He is much worse. Tiyese zina.

ndadabwa
3 years ago

mwana mapeleka tray amaopa

NYABINGHE WARRIOUR
NYABINGHE WARRIOUR
3 years ago

WHICH DEVELOPMENT KUBAKO DAYS ARE NUMBERED WHETHER YU LIKE IT OR NOT DAD YU ARE PACKING,

Favour of Yahweh
3 years ago

When you move out of the gross darkness of envy, jealousy and hate, you will see. Nyabinghe.

Gwedegwede
Gwedegwede
3 years ago

Sir osamadandaula ndi otsutsawa even Mulungu naye ali nawo otsutsa wake ndye satana inunso adad atengeni awa ngati asatana chifukwa iwo saziwa kuyamikira angakhale inu muchite zabwino mmalo mwake ayamba kusapota JB munthu amene anatiika mumavuto akulu dzedi ndye awa ndi atsatana. inu musadandaule chifukwanso mmene mumkawina 2014 bwana otsutsawa analiponso!! ndipo munawina iwo akuona apanso Mulungu achita chimozi mozi muwinanso atsatanawa akuona DPP 21 May Bomaaaaaa!!!!!!!! APM 21 May Bomaaaaa!!!!!!!

Favour of Yahweh
3 years ago

Yea, DPP is unstoppable, unstoppable and un breakable. Go on DPP. Malawi need development not politics. Politics we have seen, always it derail development . Time has come to all Malawians who love this nation to go for development not politics. From independence we have seen politics and now with are seeing development, and that is what we need. Those who love politics please forget, the light has come upon Malawi, and all gross darkness of politics has gone, it is time to change our country with better and quality infrastructure. Malawi is a blessed nation with all resources ,… Read more »

UTM ref
UTM ref
3 years ago

DPP Boma am convinced ..☝️

Bigg Mann
Bigg Mann
3 years ago

Enough with Peter and Bingu.. in Malawi DPP stand for Development Progress Palibe!!!

Nkubwa
Nkubwa
3 years ago

DPP campaign in STYLE!

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