Mzomera says Tonse Alliance towards one-party under MCP

The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has asked Malawians to vote for Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on 23rd June 2020 fresh presidential poll so that multiparty system of government should continue.

Mzomera: Vote for DPP for continued Multiparty democracy.

Speaking to the media on Sunday afternoon in Chitipa district, 24th May, 2020, Regional Governor for DPP in the northern region, Christopher Mzomera Ngwira said voting for Dr Lazarus Chakwera (Tonse alliance) will take back this country to a one party system of governance.

“Tonse alliance which comprises many political parties with one torch bearer who is Chakwera, is just a sign that we are going towards one party system.”

This was the case since 1964, a thing that led to the suffering of many Malawians. We will not accept. Vote for DPP if we are to enjoy democracy,” added Mzomera.

Meanwhile, in a separate telephone interview with MCP’s spokesperson Reverend Maulice Munthari to hear the other side of the story, regarded remarks from Ngwira as kicks of a dying horse.

“DPP must know that people are tired with a government which is synonymous to corruption, violence, mediocrity. There is no way Mzomera or Mutharika can block this wind of change.” Maulice quashed.

During the rally, Member of Parliament for Chitipa North Constituency, Nickson Masebo lamented on poor road nertwoks in the district a major challenge in the district.

Masebo cited an example of Chitipa United football club which is failing to use Nthalire Stadium because of a bad road to Nthalire, as such they use Karonga stadium as their home ground which reads to high cost of travel.

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Nyapakwanja
6 months ago

Mzomera, not you, not even the Cadet can stop Change. It will be better if you becomes part of the change.

Nabanda
6 months ago

Yes‼♨ MCP is coming to stay, whether you like it or not. The policies of MCP will make all parties including DPP & UDF to give up and join the mother party MCP ❤✌

Steve
Steve
6 months ago

Northern Part of Malawi UTMCP Woyeee,

Mtete
6 months ago

Similarly DPP/UDF alliance fast becoming a family institution.

Malawi belong to the citizens

Mzomera ndale zinasitha.Mwasowa zowauza anthu.Chakwera is not Kamuzu as Bingu is not Peter.Tonse alliance Moto Kuti buuuuu,fertilizer atsika mtengo Kut nanu mzikwanitsa kugula at K4495.

Mwikho
Mwikho
6 months ago

Poor reasoning and lacking peruasive facts. Where will DPP and UDF go after getting out of govt. Will they Disband????

Nyirenda Tobious
Nyirenda Tobious
6 months ago

I know this Mzomera, ngwakumzimba uku but is greedy….. tidyenawo weniweni ndeameneyo. Am from Mzimba solora but let’s not lie, the only dull northerners can go 4 Mzomera propaganda. UTMCP more fire, I don’t hate any politician/political party but this time is a change, not same clan like Malawi is a personal estate

Dpp handed back to udf
6 months ago

One party will never come back unless we have a coup. The world is no longer the same. Where are thugs like Mugabe and Omar al-Bashir of Sudan? APM is handing over power to the likes of al-Bashir. Top thieves family of Muluzi.

Yalakwa Four
6 months ago

Mzomera is a good guy. Only that he is poor.

Chindere Chakufikapo Mzome

Mzomera just say the truth that campaign yasuzga ku Mpoto. We saw you being castigated by Leston Mulli in Mzimba. You have to know that the north is the epicenter of change in Malawi. It was the north that supported Dr. Banda to bring independence in Malawi. The Malawi Congress Party was started by Orton Chirwa. It was the north that supported the Bishops through Chakufwa Chihana but Muluzi hijacked the cause. It was the north that supported Bingu Muthalika. It’s the north that rose up against Bingu because of his quota system of education. It’s the north that gave… Read more »

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