Nankhumwa votes, ‘extremely confident’ Mutharika will win: Alarmed by opposition violence, urges DPP-UDF restraint

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) vice-president (South) Kondwani Nankhumwa has cast his vote at Khaya Primary School in his Mulanje Central constituency, expressing satisfaction with the level of turnout in the Tuesday’s fresh presidential election.

Nankhumwa alled the renewed fighting “unacceptable,”
Nankhumwa voting in Mulanje
Nankhumwa: Extremely confident President Mutharika will get re-elected

Speaking to reporters after casting his vote, Nankhumwa said as vice-president for the Southern Region, the ruling party’s political bedrock, he was “extremely confident” the DPP and UDF alliance candidate, incumbent President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika will emerge winner of the presidential race.

“People have come out in large numbers to vote for their preferred candidate; I am happy people listened to our plea during the campaign to come out and exercise their right to political choice,” said the soft-spoken politician.

On a sad note, Nankhumwa said he was gravely disturbed by reports of violent attacks against DPP monitors and supporters in the Central Region, Chikwawa and other areas.

” I wish to condemn such violent acts in the strongest terms possible.

“In the same vein, I wish to implore upon all DPP and UDF supporters wherever they are to vote peacefully and desist from violence in retaliation. As a party, we have trust in our security agents and let them do their work and get to the bottom of this violence,” said Nankhumwa.

Malawians are  voting in the courts’ sanctioned fresh presidential election. Mutharika’s main opponent is Lazarus Chakwera of Malawi Congress Party (MCP).

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Good critic Mtamba
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Good critic Mtamba

Big up comrade nankhumwa be the same after loosing or wining

#NextPresident
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Wavotela TonseAlliance uyu asatipusitse

Mangalore 2929
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Mangalore 2929

Nankhumwa zoona unapeleka dpp kwa adani.

Nyenkhwe
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Nyenkhwe

Wavotera Tonse Alliance uyu

Destroyer of liars
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I have driven from Lilongwe to Mzuzu to vote. DPP is definitely getting out of state control. The turn up in both the central and Northern regions is unprecedented so Nankhumwa should not cheat himself glorifying the high turn out in the Lomwe belt. There are equally large turn out in other districts where DPP is very weak.

Flamingo
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Flamingo

You were driving not roving monitoring wait

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Ndinanena nakhumwa ndi mbava ina iyi zoona zomwe zanchitikila jeff wa jeff ndi ena akunena okha kuti atumidwa ndi dpp komanso mavoti ochongachonga kupezeka ndi aziti otsutsa akupangira dpp zachipongwe nakhumwa ndiwe mbuzi kwabasi ndipo uyu inu a Tonse osazamulora ndingoti onse a dpp osawatsekulira chitseko kuti alowe mu tonse adzakupombonezani 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

DPP
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Kudzichita ndi chala a nankhumwa. Linda madzi apite. Kubera ulendo uno kukuvutani chifukwa anthu amaka.

Nyirenda Tobious
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Nyirenda Tobious

The only wise and effective man remaining in DPP camp is Nankhumwa, if all the witches(male or female) in the camp adopted his way of living, DPP would have won again but sorry. TONSE ALLIANCE is taking over from later today

Banda
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Banda

Interesting how Bingu co-founded -UDF then left to develop DPP. NOW his brother the President has returned seeking assistance from UDF after for years crying how bad UDF is… THIS WILL BE the President’s downfall TODAY MCP will return to power with New Leaders Eager to make a difference as once Bingu did before he believed he was a King and should live in ultimate luxury while many Malawian so poor would sleep on a Mat

Mangochi Kabwafu
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Mangochi Kabwafu

Old man is finished.

Mtsogoleri opanda mano
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Mtsogoleri opanda mano

Why is he not alarmed by the fake votes the Ben Phiri printing press has printed? Grezelda has paid people in Nkhota Kota to steal votes. Henry Mussa has paid people in Salima to steal votes. Why is he not alarmed by all that?

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