DPP ready for fresh polls, warns impostors

Written by  MBC Online

The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has reiterated that it is more than ready for fresh polls but has sent a warning shot to imposters who are buying the party’s regalia for mercenary activities to discredit it.

DPP gurus at the press briefing DPP gurus at the press briefing

Speaking to the press at the party’s Southern Region offices in Blantyre, DPP’s Secretary General, Grezelder Jeffrey applauded the DPP family for conducting a peaceful freedom march on Monday in Blantyre.


“I would like to send this message across the country. We are ready for anything even if we can cast a vote today DPP is poised to win. Yesterday we had a peaceful demonstration in southern region and tomorrow we have organised another one in eastern region, Zomba. After eastern region we will proceed to northern region and finally central region.


“We have information that some opposition parties have bought DPP t-shirts and party cloth. I would like to warn them that if their intention is discredit the party in whatever way, we will not tolerate it and we will deal with such people accordingly,” said Jeffrey.Taking his turn DPP’s administrative secretary, Francis Mphepo said DPP is a peaceful party and it will ensure that peace prevails as such it will not allow perpetrators of violence to taint the image of the party.


“It is the right of each citizen of Malawi to do peaceful demonstrations. Therefore we are warning all those who are planning to disturb our demonstrations. Malawi is the warm heart of Africa and you see these violent acts are evening scaring off investors so we are taking advice of President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika to be peaceful so don’t disturb us,” said Mphepo.

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