Ramazan Mahomed  says is a breath of fresh air in Nsanje South

Aspiring Member of Parliament (MP) for Nsanje South Constituency Ramazan  Mahomed has described himself as  a breath of fresh air, down to earth, caring, and compassionate, blasting  the behaviour of the incumbent Member of Parliament (MP) for the area Thomson Kamangira and his predecessors for failing to bring meaningful development in the area during their respective tenure of office.

Mahomed vows to transform Nsanje South

Mahomed made the remarks ahead of the much awaited May 21 Tripartite Elections.

He declared that he will contest as an independent candidate after a party he wanted to represent Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) handpicked Kamangira as its candidate following the disputed primary polls.

Mahomed said the constituency has had enough of manufactured, robotic, bullish, bullying MPs.

“I am now glad that people of my area will be represented. It’s a good feeling to know how much people love you, trust you and the faith they have in you,” said Mahomed.

“I am very eager to do something great for my people and others tried all means in trying to block me but my people have urged me to soldier on,” said Mahomed.

He further revealed that Nsanje South Constituency lacks so many things .

“As a full time resident of this area I will make sure that people have access to basic things such as good schools, good medical care, enough food, safe drinking and porteble andvclean water. I will try my level best to fulfil every single promise I make today” he said.

Nsanje South Constitiency was among several constituencies where DPP primary elections were controversial.

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John Mpakeni
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John Mpakeni

How can someone who beat voters win an election. Akanakhala munthu wina akanawina, osati uyu. He is just wasting his time and resources. People of Nsanje south are not stupid to vote for a JCE dropout. What will you be doing in parliament? Just going there to drink tea and come back?