The people in Mzimba Central Constituency will on 9 October , 2012 vote for a People’s Party candidate Aram Mdala Wedson Beza as a thank you to President Joyce Banda for appointing its son of the soil Khumbo Kachali to be Vice President.
Inkosi ya Makosi Mbelwa made the remarks at Mtende Primary School at Euthini in Mzimba where Vice President Khumbo Kachali launched a campaign for the bye-elections which will be the first competitive election since the PP formed Government.
“The President has removed the myth of a dead North. The number one development that has been there is to appoint a Vice President from this region.
“We are happy and we as Ngoni’s who know how to say thank you for any good tiding, say thank you by giving the President an MP,” said the Paramount Chief.
Treasurer General for the PP Harry Mkandawire said by appointing Kachali, the President had opened doors to all future generations that it is possible to have a Vice President from any part of the country.
“What the President did is not less than a miracle for this region. This means that future generations and Children that will come from this region can hope that they too can rise and be part of leadership of this Country.
“The President has ended a culture of tribalism, sheer hatred and jealousy. She has given Malawi a new spirit and renewed the hope of Northern Region that they are equal in Malawi,” said Mkandawire.
Campaign Manager for the bye-elections Ralph Kasambara said the PP was ready for a smart campaign that will deliver 99.9 percent of the vote to the Peoples Party.
Vice President Khumbo Kachali said the PP had only one candidate in the name of Beza and despite some independents claiming to be his relations, the truth was that the candidate chosen by the people was the official candidate that has the blessings of himself and the President.
So far the Peoples Party has given out 10 motorcycles to its leaders and Chiefs and over 100 bicycles to schools, Chiefs and party leaders to assist them in mobility.
“The items are yours and no conditions are attached to their giving. If you want to sale them that’s your business, we will not come and ask you for return or to ask you paint our party colours,” said Kachali when giving out the items, many old Chiefs fell into prayers, saying they had lived long but such a gesture from leaders was rare.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :