SKC touts Tonse Alliance in Ntcheu

Vice-President Saulos Chilima, who is also running mate to  Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president Lazarus Chakwera in the Tonse Alliance, on Friday continued with his campaign trails in Ntcheu, urging people to vote for Chakwera if meaningful development is to come to the district.

Chilima in Ntcheu on campaign
Chilima in Ntcheu on campaign

Chilima, who is also UTM Party leader, had to to cancel his whistle-stop tours on Thursday after  a security vehicle, which carried about 10 police officers, was involved in a road accident near Khomba Trading Centre in Ntcheu, injuring some of the second citizen’s bodyguards.

Speaking at his first stop on Friday at Matchereza in Ntcheu south, Chilima reiterated his message he told people in the nine places he visted on Thursday- before cancelling the rest of the whistle stops after a vehicle from Ntcheu police providing back up security – carrying 15 law enforcers was involved in a road

His message was that for several years Ntcheu has lagged behind in terms of development and  that it was high time a development conscious government was ushered in.

“As a country and as a district we have lagged behind in terms of development. You have an opportunity to correct things on June 23. Vote for Dr. Chakwera. It is the alliance government that will change this district and bring tangible developments,” said Chilima.

Chilima said the DPP government has failed almost everything and the country is losing direction while unemployment is soaring high.

“Government’s recent  attempt to hire Health Surveillance Assistants  has revealed how bad unemployment levels are in Malawi,” he said.

Added Chilima:”We have promised that we’ll create one million jobs as our effort to improve these high unemployment levels.”

On Wednesday hundreds of young people thronged recruitment centres where the Ministry of Health arranged for walk in interviews although it only required 60 people.  Scores of the youthful job-seekers were injured in the stampede that ensued.

But Chilima said the Tonse alliance government will create one million jobs in one year, saying some of the jobs will  created through mega farms and factories to add value to crops by producing tinned beans and tomato sauce among others.

Chilima then appealed to the people in Ntcheu to come out in large numbers on June 23 to vote  for change by voting for  Chakwera.

“On 23 June we are fixing this country. Please do your part by voting for Dr. Chakwera and the Tonse Alliance. The government has tried all tricks to stop the elections including trying to use Covid-19 but we are voting,” he said.

Chilima is Ntcheu up to Sunday by which he would have addressed over 20 whistle stop and main rally on Saturday.

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timothy
timothy
8 months ago

A mbwana Chilima Mcp ndi chipani covuta kugulitsa cifukwa cha zochitika zake mundivomereza tikavota muwonanso mukhumudwa kumbukirani zomwe mumapanga after election zionetsero kuwononga katundu wa anthu kugumula ma sukulu kukumba misewu zikusakani zokha zimenezo kupha wa police kwa msundwe kupha nduna zinayi zija ndiye chitsiru angakuvotereni ndi ndani .

Richie
8 months ago

Kodi a chilima since 2014 munachita chiani
Lero mukunama angamve ndani
You were better off as a presidential candidate
Apa mukhalenso pa bench

Mofolo
Mofolo
8 months ago

Chilima busy campaigning for MCP. Bulu wa Kongiresi. Palibe tonse alliance pa ballot. UTM kutha ngati kamvuluvulu wa Ku dambwe

Jamelably
8 months ago

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Malawi belong to the citizens

We are in new era,tisamafe ndinjala ,kusowa ntchito,kusowa mankhwala muzipatalamu chifukwa cha anthu womwe adamwalira munthawi ya Kamuzu.Nthawi ya colonial anthu adaphedwa, nthawi ya Kamuzu anthu adaphedwa, nthawi ya Muluzi anthu adaphedwa, nthawi ya Bingu anthu adaphedwa ndipo nthawi ya Peter Munthalika anthu aphedwanso,ma alubino, mikono,miyendo kudulidwa even maliseche, mapetrol bombs akuchitiramu bwa.Ndiye muzingoti MCP yinapha anthu,kupusa.Mcp has a new leaders.Omwe amapha aja ali Ku DPP apha ma alubino,akumapanga mapetrol bombs pano.Stop this nonsense zomayipitsa MCP. What we want is anew malawi for all the people to enjoy,not just a few.Achinyamata in every day village akusowa zochita zowopya kwabasi.Ndiye kumabwera… Read more »

Mangochi boi Advocate
Mangochi boi Advocate
8 months ago

Zaziiii. Mbalame iwe manyazinso ulibe since 2014 up 2 now wapangapo chani kudela la anthu akwanu kutcheu? But u r standing here telling pple kuti boma silikupanga kanthu while u r a 2nd command in government mbuzi yeniyeni iwe. Ngati walephera kupanga kanthu how sure r u kuti dis time around u wil do something cz u wil stil b a vice president if eva u wil win. Vomela kuti mcp yakusosola mapiko u hv nowhere 2 go. Ine zanga pheee #TeamAPM2020

Zawa
Zawa
8 months ago

Ngoni’s never forget that MCP used its sons (Muwalo Nqumayo & Focus gwede) to committed a series of atrocities against innocent Malawians. After achieving its objectives, MCP quickly condemned the two men, Muwalo was hanged promptly, Gwede escaped with his life but lost everything including land, houses and cars. MCP cannot keep a promise

Kwangwagwa
Kwangwagwa
8 months ago
Reply to  Zawa

Ankapha bdi achina Dausiwo uwafunse konwe muliko

Bob Finye
Bob Finye
8 months ago

Virtually no patronage except the people he is traveling with.

M'Malawi
M'Malawi
8 months ago
Reply to  Bob Finye

Ukunamatu. Ndikwathu uku. Ntcheuans are done with DPP. Ntcheu is a swing state siisewera. Tonse alliance Moto. We will come out of our homes at 6 pm to guard the vote. Try bringing an ballots to stuff at your own peril. Muphetsa anthu osakakwa akaotchedwa ndi anthu a mkwiyo.

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