NEC member believes court injunctions will bring order in DPP

Deputy director of political affairs in the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), Frederic Billy Malata that getting court injunction against the party’s presidential aspirants as well as Secretary General Grelzedar Jeffrey if semblance of order has to return in the party.

Malata told Nyasa Times on Monday that a court injunction against Jeffrey will be to force her to stepdown.

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In a phone interview, Malata said court injunctions will not only to bring sanity in the party but will also bring respect to the former ruling party as well as its party president Peter Mutharika.

“These presidential aspirants are acting as if the party’s presidency is vacant. No, we still have a president and that’s Mutharika. They are the ones bringing confusion in the party,” he said.

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Apart from that, Malata said he will get another court injunction of forcing the National Executive Committee (NEC) to hold for a meeting where they will call for a convention.

Some quarters within DPP have told Nyasa Times that the former Reserve Bank Governor Dalitso Kabambe, who is also one of the presidential aspirants, is behind the whole plan.

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“Malata has been sent by Kabambe who is afraid,” claimed one of the aspirants. “He knows that he will not win the elections at the convention. Apart from that, all the delegates are against him.”

However, Malata dismissed this saying “I am doing this because I love the party, nothing to do with Kabambe.”

Kabambe said he has no knowledge regarding the matter.

“People should stop dragging me in their mud really. If Malata is doing something it is his right, it has nothing to do with me,” said Kabambe.

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F. B.
F. B.
1 month ago

The only problem I everybody wants to himself or Herself in the party, what I can say to you DPP Party follow your constitution don’t follow your mind,this is not about your ambitions but about building your party your constitution is there to remind you good way to where you’re lost. Learn to follow constitution. If you fail to follow your own party’s constitution are going to follow the Malawi’s constitution? In Instead of restoring trust in people you’re you busy quarreling one another and Yet you say we will be back into power 2025, How ????????????😀

M'memo wa Tonse alliance mwagwera mchenga
M'memo wa Tonse alliance mwagwera mchenga
1 month ago

Oh in Malawi a topmost leader of a party is designated a party president and they automatically become presidential candidate for the republic, that’s why Malawian presidents have been too partisan in their role wishing to ‘convert’ the whole Malawi into membership of their party. When Malawi learns to separate party leadership from republican presidentship, we will start progressing.

gogo petulo
1 month ago

End of the journey. DPP paulendo wakumalembe

Assange WikiLeaks
1 month ago

Za ziiiii the devils’ progressive party is finished. It will never come back and squabbles are adding petrol to burning fires.

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
1 month ago

And from which cave has this Malta guy crawled out????? Who is he cos we don’t know him. Mercenaries. Have a convention and let the delegates choose don’t impose.

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