Mutharika’s step-son Tadikira in ‘vote for A Dad’ campaign amongst college-going students

Governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) college youths interface chairperson, Tadikira Mafubza , has  rallied students in the country’s colleges and universities to vote for President Peter  Mutharika to have a second term,  saying he it the “only key” to the numerous challenges affecting them.

Tadikira Mafubza: Vote for a Dad, President Peter Mutharika for another five years in power
Dan Lu performing at the festival

Tadikira is a step-son to Mutharika after the latter married his mother,  Gertrude Maseko -the incumbent First Lady.

Speaking during a DPP inter college festival, which brought together students from Chancellor College, Domasi College, Andiamo, Mangochi and Nansawa Technical Colleges as well as Machinga Teachers Training College, Tadikila focused mostly on touting his step father’s leadership and  appealed to his fellows to vote wisely in the polls next week.

“The President sent me to deliver the message of hope to my fellow youths. He delegated me to ask them to vote wisely. They should vote for DPP, the party that will continue providing solutions to critical problems facing them,” he said  in an interview  with Nyasa Times after the festival.

According to Tadikira, the DPP manifesto is also clear about plans that the party has for the youth beyond May 21 which includes establishing more technical colleges in every constituency in Malawi and also facilitating access to business capital to graduating students from various colleges to beat unemployment.

DPP national director for the youth, Connex Muhuwa, corroborated with the President’s step-son.  saying it is time for the youth to decide their future by voting for the right president which, according to him, is Mutharika.

“Peter Mutharika is the global champion for the youth, and he knows all the problems facing the youth in the country and he has workable solutions. The youth should vote for him and enjoy his visionary leadership,” said Muhuwa.

Domasi college student, Laurine Phiso,  said she has all the reasons to vote for DPP saying she is already enjoying the fruits of Mutharika’s visionary leadership through the construction of technical colleges that are equipping youths with various skills.

One of the students from Nasawa Technical College who attended the festival, Phaless Nyirenda said the youth festival was a success because members from different DPP wings interacted and shared knowledge on a number of things.

When asked if participating in politics can not affect one’s studies, Nyirenda said politics can not affect a student’s performance if the student is good at time management.

Activities at the festival included sports as well as music performances by Dan Lu and Macelba.

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gwenenthe mwale

tell your step father that he is very old. he doesnt care for malawians. he is dull
he doesnt perform

jjjjjjj
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Iwe ndi adadi akowo tikulaitchani lachiwirili. Ngati mukudya bwino ndimisonkho yathu imeneyo and udziwe kuti olipirafe sikutipindulira. Only fools will vote for the so called step father of your. To hell all of you

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AGOGO PETER MUTHALIKA ACHEPA,FUNDO ALIBENSO! TAWONANI LERO KU DEDZA NUKUMATCHULA PROGRAMME IYI YA NDALAMA ZA MISONKHO YA ANZATHU A KU GERMAN,EUROPEAN UNION, IRELAND YA MTUKULA PAKHOMO YOMWE YINAYAMBA MCHAKA CHA 2006 NDIKUMATI NDI YAKE ZOWONA? CHONSECHI PROGRAMME YOMWEYI YOYENDESEDWA NDI MISONKHO YATHU YIKUMUKANIKA KWAKE KU THYOLO.PROGRAME IYI YAMTUKULA PAKHOMO SIYINAYIMEPO NGAKHALE NTHAWI YA JOYCE BANDA OR PETER MUTHALIKA ATAMWALIRA LERO YIPITILILA BASI. KODI IWE MWANA WA GETRUDE A DPP NSANJE PORT AMANGA IJA ANAWALONJEZA ANTHU A KU NSANJE MU 2014? MILANDU YA MA FILE 13 A CASHGATE YA MK234 BILLION IJA ILI PATI? INVESTIGATION YA ACB DIRECTOR WA ADMINISTRATION UJA,… Read more »

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pheza

Mwana iwe ukakhala pofewa usaganize tonse zilichoncho kuselikuno zinthu sizilibweno

VYOTO
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VYOTO

At 80 years old, Peter has proved to be tired in his head already, what more when he will be 83,84.choosing a very dull looking running mate in the name of Chimulirenji out of the so many capable DPP Members are clear indicators of someone who got tired sometime ago. When Professor Peter Muthalika talks, he reminds me one of my late old grandfathers whom at 80 had no single teeth in his mouth and you could hardly get anything from him and Peter wants to continue to be president for the 17 million of us? Really? It is a… Read more »

Innoxy
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Innoxy

Chonde mbuye wanga, dzamutengeni peter mutharika kuti anthu achi-alobino apeze mtendere nawo.

Kapado Chimuthawirenji
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Kodi amenyi anapambana zenizeni kuti apite ku koleji kapena anapita ku koleji chikwawa choti makolo ake ali ku m’mphika.

jjjjjjj
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Zokaikitsa kuti anakhoza ameneyu, khalangati ndi zija amati ”it has pleased the president to send my step son to college”

Central
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Campaign ya u president wa chipani mwayamba kupanga delegate ana anu? Ooooooooooooooooooooo! Nankhumwa wamvaaaaaaaaaaa? Pali nkhanitu apaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

Maunits
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Maunits

5years yapitayi ndichani cholozeka choti ife tingamvotere uzinamiza alhomwe ovotera mtunduwo ife ayi nono

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This so called Tadikira is fond of dishing free monies around to buy popularity, recognition and acceptance. I would not be surprised that the majority of the youth at this gathering are after his reckless spending as opposed to supporting APM. No wise student who wants a bright future would vote for APM. Guys eat the money he has brought there after all the money Is our taxes though badly spent . Tadikira as a step son of APM will be a nobody soon when the taps close and he does not have access to fake supply contracts of medicines… Read more »