APM touts DPP’s 11year-rule

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President Peter Mutharika says Malawi has witnessed unprecedented growth, in development, within the 11 years the  Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has been in power.


Immediate former ruling People’s Party (PP) continues to sail under troubled waters. As if the firing of the party’s central region vice president Uladi Mussa was not enough, its Northern Region chairperson Maquenda Chunga has also resigned.


President Peter Mutharika says government has a lot of development plans in the pipeline for the Lilongwe City South East Constituency and the country as a whole.


The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has finished printing of ballot papers for the October 17 by elections.

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