UDF publicist Ndanga unveils plans to contest as MP

United Democratic Front (UDF) Publicity Secretary Ken ndanga has unveiled plans to contest as Member of Parliament (MP) in his Eastern Region home district of Balaka during next year’s Tripartite Elections.

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Ndanga, who has served as UDF publicist for  six  years,  made the revelation on Tuesday through his official Facebook page.

“It has been a long journey full of challenges that required alot of patience and perseverance. It is through these challenges that I have decided to take up yet another challenge,” reads part of his post.

He adds: “I will be contesting as Member of Parliament in Balaka my home district”.

According to Ndanga, the incumbent and previous MP in the area he aspires to take over have done their part but the people in the constituency deserves more of better things.

He also unpacked some of the plans drafted in his manifesto that includes increased access to clean and portable water, increased access to secondary school education as well as access to adult literacy.

Ndanga  also intend to increase accessibility to quality health services, infrastructure development, rural electrification including altenative energy and environmental conservation through community mobilization among other.

“These are not just mere campaign messages but gaps that have been identified through consultations with the people at all levels,” he said.

He has since therefore called upon those willing to assist in fulfilling his dream through financial and technical support to come forward and help him achieve his dream.

“Politics of serving people is where my passion is” concluded Ndanga.

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Ndendeuli
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Ndendeuli

There are better ways to humiliate yourself than standing as an MP. For example, you can take a video of yourself playing with your shaft. You know like that wack Safrican minister Malusi Gigaba

Max
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Mukuyamba campaign without cash forget winning Malume this is Malawi where people with money are worshipped.

KABONI NI MTIMA
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You could have told us who is the current Mp of the area otherwise the story seems to be incomplete

Grace Mwenda
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Grace Mwenda

For sure poor reporting

Tsambi Moyazo
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Tsambi Moyazo

This is indeed poor reporting. The article is not interesting because it lacks very simple research. Do you mean you failed to find out and tell the reader about the name and details of the incumbent MP? The reader could wish to read about the incumbent MP who will fight with shadow MP, Ken Ndanga. People wanted to know the political party to which the incumbent MP belongs.

Wiseman
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Wiseman

Go go go go, wishing you well

Agenda Setting Theory
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Agenda Setting Theory

Though I don’t support UDF, I like the way Ndanga acknowledges that the MPs in the area have done their part, but people deserve better. It is good to acknowledge what others have done and offer to build on what others have done. if all politicians that we have had aimed to build on the foundation of others Malawi could have developed. Bakali told us that in 30 MCP did nothing, and DPP tells us that in 2 years JB did nothing and we hear that in 4 years APM has done nothing.

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