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Yaya
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Ife a PP tilibe Nazo attend!!

achachanda
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DPP woyeeeeeee !!!!

Zowonazake
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What is true is that all these defections are happening not because DPP is a better party, NO. But because it is the party which is sitting on the bags of money and everyone is rushing to have their share.

mwakhuyu@gmail.com
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IT’S NOT ABOUT QUANTITY BUT IT’S ABOUT QUALITY

Bodza la n\'nanu
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What a sad story for Malawians. The things malawians enjoy best – bootlicking.

zondiwe
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Politicians who keep changing parties diminish the prospects of their electability because the electorate loses its trust in them. DPP is celebrating their swelling numbers, but the ‘baggage’ will always be suspicious and will always feel ‘left out’ of decision making. Overall, it turns out to be a difficult relationship between the ‘original’ Party members and the new ‘defectors’. It is very difficult indeed.

Kums
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Mxi za zii, can malawi develop with these recycled politicians? I wonder!

N\'jomba
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Interesting, A Msonda Joyce abwera liti?