PP clocks 8 years: Joyce Banda to lead ‘celebrations’ rally at Malili in Lilongwe

Former  governing People’s Party (PP) will on Sunday, November 25, 2018, celebrate 8 years of existence with pomp and fun at Chief Malili’s Headquarters in the Lilongwe.

Joyce Banda : 8 years leading PP

PP founder and president of the party, Joyce Banda will lead the celebrations . She will be joined by national executive committee (NEC) members, invited members of other political parties, foreign dignitaries, traditional and religious leaders and civil society leaders, among others.

PP spokesperson Ackson Kalaile Banda told Nyasa Times in an interview on Monday that JB, as their leader is fondly called, has extended an invitation to all founding members of the party regardless their present party affiliations or status. The party has clocked 8 years. It was formed in 2010 and got dully registered on July 29, 2011

At its birth eight (8) years ago, PP faced various hurdles at the instigation of the then ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) of the late President Bingu was Mutharika, whose intent was to stiffle the new party. However, after several obstacles, PP was grouping was finally registered as a political party.

As part of the celebration, JB will address a political rally scheduled to take place in the area Chief Malili’s Headquarters in Lilongwe.

“The political rally has been organised as a way to celebrate  8 years of People’s Party existence since it was registered as a political party,” said Kalaile.

During this event, party members will parade and showcase various activities including cultural dances, poems, songs and displays from different parts of the country.

According to Kalaile, the party will also reflect on its mobilization program in preparation for the 2019 Tripartite Elections.

Kalaile said the party membership and the general public will be free to join in this grand celebration.

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Domasi
Domasi
2 years ago

Okay, these are the conclusions I have come up with this woman:
1. She has no advisors
2. She has terrible advisors
3. She has advisors but will do what ever she thinks

Mwananyanian
Mwananyanian
2 years ago

Joisi Banda and her family are so delusional they do not even realize the obvious contempt for them, and PP, everywhere in this country. Including, yes, in Malosa.
There should simply be rivers of tears at this so-called celebration, instead of smiles and laughter. I want to see pictures of every one crying, appropriately, at the event!
What will it take to embarrass Joisi Banda, abale? Even if she gets ZERO MP elected, she will still be smiling, and hopeful? What kind of person, let alone politician, is that?

Namaseko
Namaseko
2 years ago

Whether you you were involved or not, the fact that Cashgate happened right under your nose say a lot

Gertrude
Gertrude
2 years ago

Does this woman have any advisors with good sense??

Patrick Mbewe
Patrick Mbewe
2 years ago

Mxiiii maiwa nzeru ali nazo koma? Kapena adakali ndi alangizi opepera omwe Aja?

Yakogoya
Yakogoya
2 years ago

You never learn, matama ake amenewa ndi dzija mumathawa nazo kukakhala ukapolo 4 yrs in self imposed exile

Ndatopa
Ndatopa
2 years ago

Bwanji mudikire May 21st 2019 because the way things are pa ground you will go into exile again!

Tiyeni
Tiyeni
2 years ago

4 out of those 8 years the leader was in a self imposed exile……..go figure!

Malaki njoka
Malaki njoka
2 years ago

If you want alliances with Mcp, why would you be campaigning in lilongwe ?

Mchacha
2 years ago
Reply to  Malaki njoka

Akutiopa ife a DPP ku South, central imaphwekatu, sangachitire zimenezi ku Chikwawa, Lundu akumudziwa bwino.

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