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santana
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santana

Lowani Mtonga should do his home work well. The reasons given that might make DPP lose elections in 2019 are far away from the truth. May be this guy should be reminded that the areas which DPP has lost have never been strongholds of DPP as he is saying. If the loss means people are tired, what about the Mayani people in Dedza? Why have they said NO to Chakwera? What is it that the DPP is giving them which is not given to other countrymen? As for Nsanje -Lalanje, we know that people in the Lower shire have ever… Read more »

Thitherward
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Thitherward

You say: “But the the Lhomwe built [belt] is not even shaken. Still strong to put APM in power come what may. ” This is what is so sad about our politics. People have not yet learned to vote in their own best interests. We continue to vote along tribal lines ‘come what may’.

nyaxy
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nyaxy

Six area where election conducted only two were on the southern religion therefore…………DPP is strong the margin is 2~1

Sectingo
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Sectingo

People who voted in By-elections was just 30% and 70% did not show. 18.5% voted for MCP candidates and 10.5% voted for DPP candidates. MCP got more percentage due to home advantage for Lilongwe and Dedza. 70% that did not show off were not decided to either vote for MCP or DPP. If DPP put its house in order by addressing social challenges being faced by Malawians now, there is probability of 82.42% for the DPP to get 70% of the voters that were not decided. If MCP and PP field one candidate DPP can loss but if DPP and… Read more »

Joe M
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Joe M

I always wonder when people talk of MCP atrocities today. Have the Chasowas, Njaunjus not have being killed by DPP machinery? The pple who were behind the atrocities then are no longer with MCP but have gone to DPP thats why you see all these intimidations from DPP because those were the PPLE who masterminded those evil deeds. Current MCP leadership has no one who worked closely with Kamuzu as you see. Even longest serving MPs in Joseph Njobvuyalema and Vitus Dzoole Mwale were never close to Kamuzu then but ……………… and …………………… and others who are with DPP now.

james
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james

Cant vote for DPP, Apita Magetsi. During Bingu no fuel, during Pitala alibe magetsi.

Keen Observer
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Keen Observer

Lowani Ntonga has put in this article everything that DPP needs to hear & do. If DPP can’t atake a leaf from this article then 2019 MCP ndi Boma. The ball is still in DPP’s court, there is still time to act decisively but if not then they will give people no choice but to go for Plan B which is MCP.

Santana
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Unfortunately dpp and mr. Ibu do not believe in criticism and advice. anyone who gives them advice is deemed an enemy. No wonder Malawians have unanimously agreed to vote MCP and Dr. Chakwera into gaffment come 2019.

Thethuli
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Thethuli

Otherwise this is the end of dipipi. MCP woyeeeee. Its now time to change, The dpp government take Malawians for granted.

Tsamba Likagwa
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Tsamba Likagwa

I am not sure about these wishful comments coming from diehards on tambala wakuda party (Tambala Nfipa). These stereotype views paint a biased picture of the ruling party and are full of praises for Tamabala nfipa. Anyone reading these comment would be lured into believing that come 2019 tambala nfipa will resurrect and will be in Gafferment. I am not saying that DPP is blameless. But please avoid make assumptions on behalf of the PIPO. There was a time we used to say (vote ili muntima). In short let pipo decide taking everything on balance. Do not poison them with… Read more »

Nyarongwe wa ku Bua
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Nyarongwe wa ku Bua

If this is what you call wishful thinking then its not surprising that your pieces of advice to APM are yielding negative results.

peter adafa ndithu leaderless
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peter adafa ndithu leaderless

don,t wast your time thinking that Dpp will win again muyiwale

nyaxy
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nyaxy

People are not tired with DPP it’s you who are tired with DPP