UDF appoints Stambuli  as director of elections

The  United Democratic Front (UDF) has appointed former minister  Clement Stambuli as its national director of elections, replacing Dr. Wellington Nakanga who passed on a week ago.

UDF leader Atupele Muluzi with Stambuli

UDF publicist Ken Ndanga has confirmed of the appointment of Stambul, saying the position was crucial as the country gears for the highly contested May 21 tripartite elections.

Nakanga died barely months after holding the office.

Ndanga also said the newly appointed elections committee will be meeting soon to chart the way forward on the party primary elections.

The primary elections were put on hold after a previous committee was dissolved.

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angoni apaphata
angoni apaphata
2 years ago

Ayimanso nawo pa chisankho a udf? Koma gule alipo wafumbi.

SUPER NATURAL MIRACLES
SUPER NATURAL MIRACLES
2 years ago

THESE ARE THE KIND OF PEOPLE WHO CANNOT EVEN SECURE A SEAT IN THEIR CONSTITUENCIES !!! WHY ?? THEY
DID NOTHING TO DEVELOPMENT MOTHER MALAWI ONLY SELLING
COMPANIES -‘-

XZY
XZY
2 years ago

Atuple, Malawi’s next VP

Otambwali
2 years ago

This is recycling at its best….UDF….PP….UDF…

Patrick Phiri
Patrick Phiri
2 years ago

Clement Stambuli is the guy who was masterminding Muluzi’s Sad Term.

Kawawa
Kawawa
2 years ago

Mmeesa Udiefu inatha ngati makatanitu. Kani ilipobe?? Kkkkk!!

Noxy
2 years ago
Reply to  Kawawa

Ilipo yangopanga hibernate

Daniel
Daniel
2 years ago
Reply to  Kawawa

Still around, just understudying the environment. At times, silence is golden.

Dipipi wa Yudiefu
Dipipi wa Yudiefu
2 years ago
Reply to  Daniel

Most of the time silence means death – kupita kulichete. In the case of young Muluzi, as long as he gets a salary at the end of the month. To him UDF presidency is a CV for some other position. I don’t think he cares much about UDF as a party. After all he has ready supporters waiting for him.

Daniel
Daniel
2 years ago

Most of the times yes, but not all times silence means death. Maybe the guy doesn’t want to spend more during the campaign than what he did last time when most figures in Machinga district were overturned upside down.

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