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APM promises more development projects to people of Ntchisi

Written by  Our Reporter
President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on Monday 22nd April conducted a whistle stop tour in Ntchisi.
Part of mammoth crowd Pres. Mutharika addressed in Ntchisi Part of mammoth crowd Pres. Mutharika addressed in Ntchisi
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The Malawi leader’s first stop over was at Kayoyo Community Day Secondary school, in Ntchisi North East Constituency whose ruling Democratic Progressive Party – DPP parliamentary aspirant candidate is James Mdwazika.
 
 
 
 
President Mutharika asked people to vote for DPP and its candidates in the forthcoming 21 May Tripartite elections for continued development in the district.
 
Professor Mutharika has promised construction of several secondary schools in the district, a health center at Ndinda, establishment of two police units and a road network connecting Ntchisi and Nkhotakota districts.
 
He also promised Airtel and TNM network coverage as requested by the people.
 
Continuing with his whistle stop tour of Ntchisi district President Mutharika stopped over at Ntchisi Boma where thousands upon thousands of people gathered to see their beloved leader.
 
Addressing the mammoth crowd, in Ntchisi South Constituency whose DPP parliamentary aspirant is Violet Ngalande Skeva, President Mutharika assured people that he will bring a Community Technical College in the area, construct a stadium for the district, and increase the number of beneficiaries for the social cash transfer and the famous Malata and Cement Subsidy program.
 
The people of Ntchisi expressed their gratefulness to President Mutharika for various developments taking place in the area and the entire district. They have since pledged to vote for President Arthur Peter Mutharika and the DPP aspiring candidates.
 
The Malawi leader has since assured the people that once they re-elect him and the DPP, development projects will continue to thrive in the district.
 

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