Presidential aspirant Kuwani vows to fight cronyism: MMD party registered

Presidential hopeful Peter Dominika Sinosi Driver Kuwani has said his Mbakuwani Movement for Development  (MMD) party was registered with Registrat of Political Parties on  June 1  2018 and he is set to contest for  for presidency during the May 21 2019 Tripartite electipons.

Peter Kuwani
Supporters of Kuwani
Crowds at Kuwani’s rally in Mchinji
MMD supporters

Kuwani, who in 2016 lost parliamentary by-electios in Mchinji West constituency on an independent ticket,  has been addressing rallies on grassroots.

He  said if elected into power, his MMD government will fight cronyism in the public sector.

“If the current political blocks cannot employ you, why waking up in a chilly month of May and employ them through casting a vote in their favour and only to be dumped and dusted ,” he said.

Kuwnai said MMD’s prime objective is to “dismantle and smash the current selfish and greedy cartel of piurelent political block that has been  enjoying the endowed fruits for the nation since 1964 and free such treasurers for the marginalised society as this is undoubtedly the prime and paramount phase of employment and business creation.”

He accused the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) government of being dominated by officials closely related to the top leadership.

Kuwani promises an inclusive, socially just, prosperous, tolerant, transformative and democratic developmental state in which people have equal opportunities to pursue happiness.

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Hatton
Hatton
2 years ago

Nalingula, how can a registered party steal from unregistered party. Incase you are not aware MMD is duly registered and UTM, a party stolen from Kambala, is NOT registered.

Goms
Goms
2 years ago

I first saw this on a calender. So it’s true all the best and all the support my former workmate

Apumbwa
Apumbwa
2 years ago

magulu a maliseche amenewa

#DzukaniAmalawi
#DzukaniAmalawi
2 years ago

I don’t understand our mentality. Why do we want to split the opposition vote against DPP. The more parties get registered the more likely DPP is going to win probably with just 27% of the votes. If indeed political parties care for the people, why can’t they work together and fight DPP as one force. The mere fact that the opposition leders can’t work together is a sign that they are intolerant and therefore incapable of leading once ushered into power. Most likely the voters will likely go the “enemy” they know already. There are just too many greedy and… Read more »

gavin
gavin
2 years ago

komano sakupanga ndale zamakono zofanana ndi mmene akuonekera . ma audio ake pa radio ndi achiponngwe okhaokha

Adada
Adada
2 years ago

Wow ! its good to be ambitious however plans must be realistic osangoti basi anthu adziwe kuti you exist

Kanganiwamba
Kanganiwamba
2 years ago

Shaa president wa dziko kapena limana? Koma kulephera kwa DPP kukutionetsa mbonawona kkkkkkkk

Nalingula
Nalingula
2 years ago

Boma ilo ! Koma nsaluyo mwabera Red Colour UTM bwanji?Amangwetu kumangobera za UTM basi.kkkk mpingo wanu ndi Uti ? Mwina muli wathu wa Makolo tikusapoteni ngati ajao momwe akusapoteredwa.

DAVIE C MAKAWA
2 years ago

koma ziliko 2019

Mzaliwa
Mzaliwa
2 years ago

Awa nde maloto a chumba, eni eni, in otherways this is madness at its best, kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

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