Mutharika promises more development in Ntchisi: ‘Vote DPP back in power’

President Peter Mutharika on Easter Monday took his whistle-stop campaign rallies to Ntchisi where he assured people of more development in the district once voted into power again on May 21 elections.

Mutharika addressing the Ntchisi crowd
Mutharika waves at the Ntchisi crowd
DPP secretary general Greselder Jeffrey speaking at the whistle-stop

President Mutharika conducted the rallies at Kayoyo Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Senior Chief Nthondo’s area, Chinthembwe Trading Centre in Traditional Authority Vuso Jere and at the Boma.

Speaking at all the venues, Mutharika said his government has lined up a number of development programmes for people of Ntchisi.

“I am a leader who always prioritizes development before anything else and would like to assure you of more development projects on top of what the DPP- led government has already done for you in this district,” he said.

The president said government will construct seven modern secondary schools in the district as well as modern infrastructure at Kayoyo CDSS whose structures he said do not befit a secondary school.

He said his government will deploy additional teachers and construct new schools and additional classroom blocks in already existing schools to improve education standards.

Mutharika also promised to construct a community technical college at Kayoyo to enable the youth access various vocational skills such as carpentry and joinery, bricklaying and computer courses, among others.

“My government has already constructed 16 community colleges countrywide and we will construct a total of 28 community collages countrywide by August this year.

“Starting this October, we will start constructing a community college in each of the 193 constituencies in the country,” said Mutharika.

He said his government is aware of the challenges being faced by people in Ntchisi in accessing safe and potable water. He said from next week, government will start drilling boreholes in various areas in the district.

On road network, the President said the Ng’ombe-Kansonga, Ng’ombe-Kanyenda and Dzaleka -Ntchisi-Malomo are some of the roads that will be upgraded in the district.

Mutharika called on the District Council Secretariat to ensure that programmes such as Farm Input Subsidy Programme (FISP), Decent and Affordable Housing Subsidy Programme (DAHSP) as well as Social Cash Transfer programmes benefit only the intended people.

The President appealed to people to vote for DPP candidates as Members of Parliament in all the district’s four constituencies as well as ward councilors in all the eight wards in the forthcoming tripartite elections.

He told people in the district his party has a good manifesto which will ensure that peoples’ livelihoods in the country are transformed for the better.

DPP Secretary General, Griezeldar Jeffrey said people in the district now have electricity in most of the trading centers and it is only proper that they vote for the ruling party candidates for more development.

In his remarks, Senior Chief Nthondo said chiefs in the district are thankful to government for paying them their honoraria with six months arrears.

“Never have I ever imagined that my area would have electricity for the 21 years I have been chief but under the wise and dynamic leadership of Professor Peter Mutharika, my area now has electricity,” added Nthondo.

Chiefs Kalumo and Vuso Jere commended government for distributing free maize to people in the district during the lean periods.

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mtete
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mtete

Promises, promises and more promises; even promising to turn Malawi into Germany! Get lost. In case you don’t know, we are rated as Fourth Poorest in the world. Aren’t you ashamed of your empty promises?

Njolo mpilu
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Njolo mpilu

Pakamwa mpa bomatu.
A leader who priotize development, my foot

gwenenthe mwale
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gwenenthe mwale

kodi tiziyamika ndalama za magetsiwo zili za misonkho yathu. MBAVA ZA DPP JUST PACK UP AND GO!!!!!
USELESS GOVERNMENT

Alamu Pumani Mwakalamba kutibera K145 million
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Legendary former Celtic captain Billy McNeill – the first Briton to lift the European Cup – has died aged 79. If APM is 80, chake chilipo. A Malawi you are voting for Chimulirenji apatu. Change your mind and vote for munthu who is below 70. What we see is reminiscent of 1993 when Kamuzu was forced into campaign and he ended up with a brain tumor. APM has signs of ill health and his voice tells a story. He is being dragged into this game by the woman who looks like a cartoon in the picture. APM is talking nonsense… Read more »

Roll Out ATI Now
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Roll Out ATI Now

Akunama osazivotera mbava izi za DPP. Atibera kokwanira azipita

jmatiki
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aba chani tiwamange

ZINGALUME
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ZINGALUME

Zaka 5 unali kuti iwe ukaoneke lero kuno kwanthu unyera uona

NYABINGHE WARRIOUR
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NYABINGHE WARRIOUR

nthawi yonseyi umatani munthu opereka zitukuko mokondera God is whipping yu on 21 may

Alamu Pumani Mwakalamba kutibera K145 million
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Nkhalamba ikuwoneka ngati mfiti. Ntchisi is not for you. Forget. Iwe James Mdwazika udagwa ma primaries Kwa Olipa Chimangeni and lero ukuti uli ndi mfitizi? Suyunyantha vote. Utengane ndi Nthondo kukafuna malo kwina. Akuba inu muyifune Ntchisi lero? Ife feteleza wa kuponi ayi. Muthalika wanuyo ngofa kale. Amamwa ma tabuleti 32 kuti ayende. Mukafunse Bakili. Iwe Bakili udabweretsa mbavazi.

chiwala
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Mkuluwako, malemu Bingu, ndiye anali wa Chitukuko koma iwe palibe chomwe ungaloze in the wasted 5 years. You’re cheating us, Malawi will b like Singapore —— wabodza iwe —– just go and rest peacefully—too old to talk of development— wakuba

Mangochi kabwafu
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Mangochi kabwafu

Yes looking at the background, one can see how developed that place is. Vote for NTCHONA will be voting for the status quo.