UTM tells party faithful to stop supremacy war with MCP

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) presidential candidate Chakwera (r) and UTM president Saulos Chilima are seeking nullification of the presidential election results over alleged irregularities.

UTM Party has moved in swiftly to stop social media platforms spat between its supporters and those of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP).

UTM and MCP social media operatives have been engaged in bitter war in various platforms despite the fact that the two parties are jointly challenging the presidential poll results at the Constitutional Court.

A powerful wing of UTM, UTM Professionals chairman Mlozi says in a memo to supporters not to engage in what he called on-going social media supremacy fight on face book.

“Our president and entire UTM [national executive committee] aren’t party to whatever is being said or discussed and they haven’t directed any of UTM supporters to engage in such a fight/debate.

“Mind you, we are members of a party that has leaders,” says the memo in part.

A quick survey shows that most Malawians would want UTM to join forces with MCP should the court order a rerun to defeat the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) at the ballot box.

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Nkhutche
Nkhutche
2 years ago

Re-run is a re-run of what was and not new coalitions of parties. I might be wrong.

Counsel Chiomba
Counsel Chiomba
2 years ago
Reply to  Nkhutche

You are wrong. It would be a fresh election where as new presidential candidates or coalitions can be formed.

Markom X
Markom X
2 years ago

Now you have realised that you can not defeat DPP one on one ,thus why you want to combine forces

Dolo
Dolo
2 years ago
Reply to  Markom X

And you have deduced this from the article? wow!!!

Nyau
Nyau
2 years ago
Reply to  Markom X

I don’t agree that there is a need for two parties to join hands inorder to defeat DPP. all things being equal, DPP is not strong except that they believe in rigging otherwise it’s just one of that party that has managed to rig an rule..time is getting closer to its end..God is good all the time

Saulos
Saulos
2 years ago

Makamaka hule ili lili ku America amalitcha Abiti Manice Dawood,ndipo anthu aku malawi komanso a UTM kaya ndi umphawi kaya ubulutu amavomeleza china chilichonse lingakambe hule limeneli.Amatha kutukwana basi anthu a UTM anvekere Abiti iweyo anakonza,a malawi anzanga osamangovomereza zopusa za uyu basi chifukwa choti ali ku America inuso mukhoza kuzapita ku Americako.Palinso uyu mumati Julius Mithi ku DPP amene amangokhalila mowa kaya ndi banja lake amacheza nalo nthawi yanji kaya,amasapota APM wokuba basi anthu anvekere julius ndi katundu muzito,a malawi tatiyeni tisamapembedze anthu ozelezeka.Lets build a good malawi for all.

Mwe'ene
Mwe'ene
2 years ago
Reply to  Saulos

Nde kuti chani apa, iwe.
Kulemba za Chamba ndipo utamwa kachaso eti?

Angoni apaphata
Angoni apaphata
2 years ago

A re run is a re run not an adjustment. In the case of a re run it will mean repeating the same competition not changing the scope and competitors. If they want to form an alliance then 2024 zimenezo not on a re run. In a re run you maintain the status quo

oMachemba
oMachemba
2 years ago

Not really surprised to hear of UTM supporters considering themselves better than those from the Tambala wa Kuda party.
After all, Chilima, the UTM president, always comes out with a “better than you” attitude. Like he’s entitled. So, the UTM ultras are simply following his lead: Chilima 2.0.

George Malemu
George Malemu
2 years ago

Which survey did you conduct when you are saying “most Malawians would want UTM join forces with MCP”, I am not against the joining together but don`t put your thoughts as Malawians thoughts.

Zofu
Zofu
2 years ago

Mazoba nonse

Zofu
Zofu
2 years ago

ZOBA NONSE

ota benga
ota benga
2 years ago

Seema an alliance is in the pipeline. But you do not petition for a rerun and then join forces,,,that is not fair competition. aliyense ayime payekha tione mwamuna galu ndani mchipeta ichi. And if goal of the alliance is to unseat dpp only then am sure the focus will be very narrow and likely not benefit the common man. Alliances should be borne out off unity of vision…only that can benefit the majority.

MOgul
2 years ago

UTM / MCP PLEASE RESCUE MALAWIANS
FROM THESE MONSTERS !!! I REST MY CASE !!

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