PP replaces SG Maulidi with Matola:  Mpinganjira says rebuilding

The former governing Peoples Party (PP) has started reorganizing itself in readiness for 2019 with its acting secretary General Paul Maulidi replaced and deputy spokesman Ken Msonda finally confirmed as Publicity Secretary.

Matola:  PP secretary general
Matola: PP secretary general
Mpinganjira:  PP rebuilding
Mpinganjira: PP rebuilding
Maulidi:  Repalced
Maulidi: Repalced

The party’s politburo on Friday elected former parliamentarian Ibrahim Matola to replace Maulidi following a fall-out with the party’s leadership.

Speaking at a news conference on Saturday,  PP vice-president (administration), Brown Mpinganjira said the party has appointed several faces into some existing vacant positions as party starts preparations for 2019 elections.

Mpinganjira disclosed that the appointed names will await the endorsement by the party’s national executive council.

“We feel its right time to reorganise ourselves as we prepare for the next elections. We were late, we should have started this process soon after elections,” Mpinganjira said.

Mpinganjira said Matola who once served as minister energy during the PP’s two-year term started working as SG immediately his election on Friday.

Matola has since pledged to help reposition and strengthen the party in order to reclaim power from Democratic Progressive Party’s administration.

“I will soon reveal my plans for the party but as of now it’s time to familiarize myself with party structures,” said Matola, who joined PP after defecting from UDF where he was parliamentary leader.

Meanwhile, PP has confirmed spokesperson Msonda as full time publicity secretary.

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King bwai
6 years ago

Dead and burried pp

King bwai
6 years ago

PP dead and buried 80 000 ft down the soil

King bwai
6 years ago

pp dead and buried 80 000 ft there are 20 years for it to resurect mbuzi za wanthu

Mbululu
6 years ago

Mazabwi

GANGAMFUNO
GANGAMFUNO
6 years ago

AMALAWI TINAZOLOWELA ZOPUSA KUSANKHA ANTHU AKALE POMWE ANTHU ALIPO OTI ATHA KUTISTOGOLERA KOMA POTI TINAZOLOWELA KUBELEDWA BASI AKATSONGA A PPM NANU TIMAKUDANDAULANI POTI SIMUKHALA SERIOUS NZERU MULI NAZO IFE TIMADZIWA KOMA BWANJI NANGA

Hon Dickens Chipalamandule Ngoma
Hon Dickens Chipalamandule Ngoma
6 years ago

What PP is doing are simply ‘kicks’ of a dead horse! Joyce Banda and her PP are completely dead and buried 100 feet deep and will never ever resurrect !!

Nyani wa ku Mwananyani
Nyani wa ku Mwananyani
6 years ago

It seems to me only PP take PP seriously. Nobody else does.
The Party is currently addled by that most serious fiasco, “cashgate”; and many of it’s executives are spending sleepless nights wondering if they will end up in Maula or Zomba Maximum. The ones who will be spared add no gravitas to that party. So, that party hasn’t yet reached it nadir: it will simply die a slow death, before 2019. Just as many Malawians wish!

Namaseko
Namaseko
6 years ago

JB Boma basi 2019 petulo usova kkk congrats Mr Matola .DPP MUVA BEBE Matola ndi Wanzeru mutawone kkkkk

chatonda
chatonda
6 years ago

All these people have expired in the eyes of all Malawians except for Joyce Banda and other thieves

mayayalende
mayayalende
6 years ago

Amaitu sanathawe, what you must know is slow motion of a tiger is not a failure but a calculated accuracy uzaziona

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