UDF’s first lady hopeful Angella compliments Atupele’s messaging of ‘new beginning’ in rural hinterland

She may have looked as a reticent  political spouse but Angella Muluzi, wife to  United Democratic Front (UDF) presidential candidate Atupele Muluzi, has been one of the most formidable voices of the campaign in the run up to May 21 Tripartite Elections, engaging the electorate on the ground in mostly rural areas.

Angella Muluzi meets voters in rural hinterland
Angella Muluzi connecting with the electorate in Zomba Ntonya
Angella Muluzi introducing Balaka South constituency UDF parliamentary candidate Ken Ndanga
Angella Muluzi

Angella, who once served  as a parliamentarian from 2004 to 2009 in Blantyre at the age of 21, hasn’t just complement her husband’s messaging of ‘new beginning’  — she influences it for the better where she  has been preaching good choice of leadership as  a panacea  to the challenges  the country is facing .

“In life people make choices and it is these choices which determine our success or failures in life,” said Angella as she campaigned for the UDF torchbearer.

She stressed that wrong political choices can bring problems to the country and persuaded people not to despair due  to the problem they are facing as a result of wrong political choices but take advantage of the Tuesday elections to elect good leaders who will bring real transformation.

Angela, the former legislator, took time to justify why Atupele accepted to serve as a Cabinet minister in the current administration.

She said that Malawi is one of the countries where people take political difference too personal such that it becomes an issue when people of different political parties work together serving their country.

“Malawi is bigger that our political parties. There must be times when we should burry our differences and work together,” she said.

She said Atupele was simply serving the country and will also invite others who are capable in his government regardless of which political parties they are affiliated to.

During her tour Angela has visited, Blantyre, Chikwawa, Phalombe, Balaka , Zomba and Mangochi districts in rural hinterland.

 

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Wiseman
Wiseman
1 year ago

Monkey see monkey do. Mary uvulazitsa anthu. Atupele akufunitsitsa APM atawina sono anthu amene mutakavotere udf mu kungoononga vote. Instead of wasting your vote go give it to UTM/DPP/MCP. Uyu angokuonetsani uchitsiru. Too tooo late.

ndatopa
ndatopa
1 year ago

Mwachedwa, munalikuti??? mumadya za DPP??

mwe
mwe
1 year ago

Vote Atupele for President and Malawi is assured of tranquility , good governance and commitment to development of all religions

Atupele is the firm and real deal for Malawi given the candidates at play

Vote UDF into Gvt

God bless Malawi!!!

Takwalakwa
Takwalakwa
1 year ago

UDF has my vote.

nyalugwe
nyalugwe
1 year ago

Atupele likely to lead the pack with about 46% of the presidential vote

Pensulo
Pensulo
1 year ago
Reply to  nyalugwe

No party will win with more than 45% of the vote: DPP 32%, MCP 30%, UTM 28% and UDF 10%

Gada
Gada
1 year ago

Ndalama zomwe mukuononga apa mukadaika ku bank and earn interest. UDF committed political suicide by joining DPP.

Jinola
Jinola
1 year ago

Malawians are tired of UDF
We want a new name now

innocent gama
innocent gama
1 year ago

Ndinaonera Asena AMATI KUDYA MKHUPISAKA . ANGELLA NAYE WATI EEEE. CHISANKHO CHACHAKA CHINO NDI MOREEEEE

phillips wanga
phillips wanga
1 year ago

Uyu ndi bilimankhwe,kwinaku UDF kwinaku DPP,bwino nayetu uyu osamutenga m’boma la Chakwera akhoza kumadzachita ukazitape.

COPS
COPS
1 year ago

When you are married to a clown………………………..

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