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DPP panic ahead of Malawi’s election case verdict….mobilizes supporters to court hearing

Chakwera and Chilima against Mutharika in court on presidential case

By Nenenji Mlangeni

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) seems to be panic a head of verdict in the on going Malawi Presidential election case in Lilongwe’s constitutional court.

This follows series of regional meetings which party gurus are strategising ahead of the court verdict.

In a memo, this publication has sourced within the blue camp is urging party supporters to be at the court as the session resumes tomorrow, Monday, November 25, 2019

The memo reads below:

Greetings to all members,

The Directorate of Operations of the mighty Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) wishes to urge and mobilize all members of the ruling party that as Constitutional Court reconvenes the electoral case from Monday November 25th from 8:30 am, our witnesses and legal team do ever more need our spiritual and moral support.

As the case is being winded up, the Grace that has been witnessed by the whole party has been tremendous. We will all need to keep up the faith, fighting spirit and togetherness as we defend our victory to the end.

This calls for the physical availability of all that are able to avail themselves at the court premises through and through. May God bless you all.

Directorate of Operations
Note:

  1. No party uniform is allowed
  2. No provocation
  3. No fear

For more information you can contact the Director of Operations or his deputies.

Opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and UTM Party are challenging the May 21 poll Presidential results.

The parties argue that Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) mismanaged the polls favouring incumbent President Peter Mutharika of DPP.

The case is expecting to end by December 20, 2019.

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  1. I am a very spiritual person, and I follow prophecies very closely, because I know that that is God Himself speaking. I therefore remember the Prophecy of the Great man of God, Senior Prophet TB Joshua in 2013, July. He spoke about the coming youth revolution. And what has been happening in Malawi is exactly that. It being the case, I can only a fulfillment of the prophecy. Where we like it or not, what God speaks will come to pass, unless we abide by His divine Will.

    We all know what is happening in Hong Kong, and all those other nations where demonstrations are happening.

    Watch out!! Let God be God!!

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