Mutharika starts whistle-stop campaign blitz, promises ‘better Malawi’

As Malawis is preparing to hold Tripartite elections next year, President Peter Mutharika has launched his campaign blitz for his second and  final term bid pitting him and his bitter rival Lazarus Chakwera of  Malawi Congress Party (MCP).

President Mutharika on whistle-stop as DPP Eastern FRegion governor Julius Paipi speaks.-Photo by Kondwani Magombo, Mana

President Mutharika, has also resorted to meeting delegations in State House apart from the roadside rallies, as the battle for State House intensifies.

Mutharika kicked off his latest meet-the-people touron Wednesday from Mangochi to Blantyre.

During the tours, Mutharika will be delivering his message and vision of sustained development  agenda that will guarantee a prosperous Malawi,  his ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has said.

Speaking at Songani, Zomba City Centre and Thondwe, Mutharika said government government would continue to implement various programs aimed at improving their living standards.

Mutharika said government would continue working towards implementing development programs which have a direct bearing on the lives of ordinary Malawians.

The Malawian leader said some of the initiatives would include infrastructural projects which would not only create employment to locals but also create wealth for the country’s socio-economic growth.

He also outlined  projects to be undertaken in Zomba and other districts in the Eastern Region, citing construction of Zomba Stadium and Liwonde – Mangochi Road.

Mutharika called for support to ensure that his DPP  performs well in the 2019 tripartite elections.

In his remarks, DPP Eastern Region Governor, Julius Paipi assured the president of unwavering support, pointing out that the party was steadily gaining strength from grassroots structures.

Some of the notable figures who welcomed the President at Songani included DPP Eastern Region President, Yunus Mussa, Zomba District Commissioner, Emmanuel Bambe and Senior Chief Malemia.

Mutharika and the First Lady were coming from Chikoko Bay State Lodge, in Monkey Bay, Mangochi where they spent their Christmas and New Year holiday and were heading to Blantyre through Balaka, Machinga and Zomba.



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Pension Nenereko

Kuti Chikoko Bay State Lodge, kuja kudzankhale rigging centre eti?

Tsamba Likagwa

Ayamba kale! ayamba kale? …. Ayamba kale kunjenjemerala!
Atangomva kuti Apitala alubwera apo ayamba kale kunjenjemela.

Boma ilooooooo!

Kaya wina afune asafune DPP boma
Peter Muntharika Boma 2019


Kodi telela wawo ndani?

Prof. Mathanyula

Za ziii, chitukuko chake katangale yemwe mukuchitayotu. Talozani zomwe mwapanga pa three years yomwe mwakhala mukuba ndalama zathu. MK577bn tikuyifuna mudzabweze after 2019 chifukwa mudzakhala kunja kwa boma ndipo simudzakhala ndi mphamvu zopondereza katangale amene uja.


Too late, too little


Kwanu kwacha inu, chaka chanu chomaliza ichi 2019 mupakira basi. You are arrogant, corrupt, nepotistic, visionless & clueless. Your late brother HE Ngwazi Prof Bingu Wa Mutharika was the best president after the late Ngwazi Dr Hastings Kamuzu Banda, Father and Founder of the Malawi Nation. May their souls rest in eternal peace! They set high standards of leadership which you are by far failing to surpass let alone match.


“Promising better Malawi?” I thought you are the president now and that you can make a better Malawi even now and today?? You had 3 and a half years to do that and you have the guts to promise us a “better Malawi?” Are you mad Mr President? To hell with your nonsense




Maimidwewo akuonetseratu kuti abwana wa ndi mbava ya corruption yaikulu ngakhale madamu wonso ngati akunena kuti zokonda amayiiii!!


Anthu ku Malawi saangapange mistake yobvotera MCP Bwana. MCP idakali ndi magazi mmanja, osaneneka.

President Manthakanjenjemereza
President Manthakanjenjemereza

We dont have better Malawi after ruling for 3 years why having it later.

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