MZUZU-(MaraviPost)-The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) officials in the northern region of Malawi failed to continue holding their rally in Chiputula location, in Mzuzu city due to UTM party and Malawi Congress Party (MCP) supporters, this reporter can reveal.
DPP, led by its northern region vice President Goodall Gondwe and Regional governor for the north Kenneth Sanga organized the rally in the city to drum up support to its candidates and President Peter Mutharika.
However, the party’s plan ended up in vein after the rally was occupied by MCP and UTM supporters.
“We are tired with you. You are murders. Your party has killed us the northeners. Enough is enough, we want new blood to govern this country. To hell with DPP manifesto. What have you done in five years? Tell your President Peter Mutharika to find something else to do,” lamented the supporters.
The supporters also accused DPP officials for trying to kill the United Democratic Front (UDF) party, the only party fought for multiparty in the country in order to continue punishing Malawians and enrich their selves out of their expense.
Goodall Gondwe who is also the minister of finance openly told the gathering that UTM, UDF leaders will not lead the country because they are youths.
He said unless the two party officials become old and that after this year’s elections they will be eligible to lead the country.
The development angered the gathering who started chanting pro UDF and UTM songs saying “we want change, we want youth leaders. Not you elders. Your job is to guide and not to lead because you are the custodian of the culture.”
Whele tried to cum the situation, DPP region governor for the north Kenneth Sanga said because they know the importance of the youths in the country that’s why DPP is working hand in hand with UDF.
But this did hold any water as the UTM, and MCP supporters continued with their songs.
Despite the police presence, DPP officials postponed the date.
UDF President Atupule Mulizu is reported to have engulfed most youths and women in the northern region.
And the silence of UDF in the region is giving chances to UTM to win more votes.