Mzimba MP joins Chilima’s Transformation movement

Mzimba North East legislator Olipa Myaba has joined the Chilima Transformation movement, resting months of speculation and boosting the number of members of parliament that have joined the movement.

Olipa Muyaba Chiluba: I am now for Chilima’s Transformation Movement

Myaba said she decided to join the ever growing famous movement after careful and thoughtful consideration of the movement’s agenda.

“After careful consideration and consultation with my constituents, I am now a member of the movement,” she said.

Myaba had a backslash from his constituents when he aligned himself with the ruling Democratic Progressive Party  (DPP) to vote against the famous Electoral Reforms  bills, which, among others, seek to change the Electoral laws so that a president should amass over 50 per cent of the vote cast.

She apologised to her constituents for shooting down the bills.

Movement’s northern region governor Afick Mbewe said the joining of Myaba into the movement is an indicator that the movement is gaining momentum ahead of the 2019 elections.

Recently, state run MBC reported that Inkosana Mbondolo Nkhambule praised Myaba that there is an equal distribution of developmental projects in the area.

“We have had MPs before but no one can match with this referring to Olipa in terms of development we are satisfied,” said Nkhambule adding that in the past development was on a tit for tat basis blaming it as un healthy.

“Once you didn’t vote for a particular wining candidate he or she could not mind developing your area as a way of thanking the supporters,”said the Inkosana.

For a long-time Mzimba North East was under Gilford Nyangulu under the Malawi Congress Party, then Bitwel Kawonga of the Alliance for Democracy  (Aford) in 1994 during the first multiparty era for a two year term and in then Catherine Gotani Hara of DPP, who ditched the party after the death of former President Bingu wa Mtharika for the Peoples Party (PP) of Joyce Banda and lost in the 2014 tripartite elections to incumbent Myaba, independent.

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winston msowoya
winston msowoya
2 years ago

LEGO,it seems to me you have no notion to comment on Olipa M. Chiluba whom has taken a nationalistic stand to join the real progressive party led by S.Chiliama.I see nothing wrong from Chiluba,apart from her political belief.Candidly speaking,the three Parties MCP,DDP,UDF,are out of steam and the only Party that people have faith in it, is theTRANSFORMATIONAL PARTY led by energetic,nationalistic and progressive S.Chilima,the required age.Malawians are at the present time,tired of the Muthalika brand.Bingu looted government funds in tune of billions and his young brother is in line of stealing billions of Kwacha and stashed it in foreign Banks… Read more »

MalawianaMala
MalawianaMala
2 years ago

mungovutika. mpoto is mcp

Nankubwa
Nankubwa
2 years ago

Akuti kukashuta bill ndikubwereranso ku constituency kukapepesa…koma Malawi ali ndi zitsurudi eti?Dzovota, dzitsiru, dzovoteredwa, dzitsiru.Aliyense chitsiru.Mukavotavota ndikumathamanga ndi mbale kwa ma donors.Eeeeehh?Ndiye president nso gwape ngati uyo.Koma Malawi ndiochita kusowa poyambira mwee?

Prince of thieves in Mzuzu

End of her.

santana
santana
2 years ago

What an end!!!

LEGO
2 years ago

I for One can not trust such kind of MPs who always vote against the will of the people because they have been given money to satisfy their go

Vin Wa Vin
Vin Wa Vin
2 years ago

Koma kumeneko. Moto kuti buuuu!

ANANVERUWA AKUMALOWA
ANANVERUWA AKUMALOWA
2 years ago

Tilipobe gagulu tilowabe sitinati nanga ineso ndikango lengeza kuti ndalowaso movement eeeee ondisatira alipo ambiritu

Morgan
2 years ago

Point of collection, Bitwell Kawonga stayed for 15 year. 1994 to 2009. Olipa Myaba has tried but she is running scared of Catherine hara who is our clear next MP for MNE Constituency. I have a joker! Mbondolo mbondolo mbondolo

Alimawunde
Alimawunde
2 years ago
Reply to  Morgan

Point of “Collection” what goods are being collected? And is the point of collecting these goods in Blantyre or Mzuzu?

Awize
Awize
2 years ago
Reply to  Alimawunde

Must read “point of correction” not collection. Thank you good people

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