Mwenifumbo promises to make Aford more stronger

Karonga Central member of Parliament (MP) Frank Mwenifumbo has said he has  expressed his  interest to contest for Alliance for Democracy (Aford) presidency against Enock Chihana at the forth coming party’s convention not because the incumbent has failed but he wants to give the party a new lease of life.

Mwenifumbo to challenge Chihana at Aford convention

Mwenifumbo said he wiol  contest as party president in the forthcoming elective national convention in response to the overwhelming request from members of Aford.

He told some party leaders in Southern ans Eastern  regions during a meeting he conducted to canavas for votes for his bid at the convention set for April 27 and 28 in Lilongwe.

“I have distinct and doable strategies that will make Aford a national party once again,” said Mwenifumbo.

“We had 36 parliamentarians in 1994 But that number has kept on shrinking until today we have only one MP who is party president. This I’d a very sad state of affairs and I want to change that status. I will make Ford stronger and formidable once again,” said Mwenifumbo.

Mwenifumbo has been  allegations that he is only fighting for the party’s leadership to sell it to the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) afterwards, but he denied  saying they are mere allegations.



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Mwenifumbo is a political prostitute he wants to be Minister again and having betrayed AFORD before he will sell out to DPP.


Correct English is ‘stronger’ or ‘more strong’ but not ‘more stronger’. I agree there are far too many political parties for such a small country as Malawi. Politicians transfer their allegiance from one party to another far too readily. Don’t they have any real political beliefs? Or do they just want to get into government at all costs to enjoy the fruits of corruption?


In a country as small as Malawi why does it have so many political parties competing with each other probably with same political ideologies. Why can’t these political parties either form a coalition or collapse all of them into one credible party. The opposition is now so fragmented that DPP will be ushered into government with 20% of votes. Opposition parties clearly are so greedy and short-sighted……all they want is to rule for purpose of looting.

DPP 2019

Alliance for Division Hahahahaahahah! you are just wasting your resources viambwenu mbwenu

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