Four political heavy weights join DPP as APM calls for unity

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President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has called for unity among the party members and allow more people to join the ruling Democratic Progressive Party.

President Mutharika (M) pose with Mpinganjira, Phoya, Lipenga and Reverand Gunya President Mutharika (M) pose with Mpinganjira, Phoya, Lipenga and Reverand Gunya
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President Mutharika was speaking at a public rally he addressed at Lunzu Community ground in Blantyre on Sunday 21st January 2018 where he also welcomed into the party four political heavy weights, Brown Mpinganjira, Henry Phoya, Ken Lipenga and Reverend Daniel Gunya.

 

“Let us work together; let us unite to build and strengthen the party,” said the Malawi leader adding that he will not let anyone sit idle in the party but be active so that the DPP emerges victorious come 2019.

 

The President also warned of betrayers in the party as he preached for loyalty among the party members.

 

“Let us love one another, I don’t want people like Judas in the party,” he said.

 

During the rally, President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika reiterated that no one will die of hunger in Malawi following reports that other parts of the country are experiencing drought and have been affected by fall army worms.

 

Besides, Professor Mutharika said government will continue with development activities in all the parts of the country. Among other projects the Malawi leader said his government will continue to develop the road network.

 

“When you see DPP, you are seeing development. We are delivering what we promised during campaign in 2014,” said Professor Mutharika.

 

President Professor Mutharika also disclosed government plans to construct a twenty story sky scraper in Blantyre. The Malawi leader said plans are underway to construct technical colleges in each district by 2019.

 

The rally was attended by thousands of people from all walks of life.

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