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Mutharika Must Join The CSO’s Anti Jane Ansah Demos Says UTM President Saulos Chilima

By Malawi Freedom Nework

Mutharika Must Join The CSO’s Anti Jane Ansah Demos Says UTM President Saulos Chilima

It’s proper and logical for President of Democratic Progressive Party, Arthur Peter Mutharika to join in the next anti Jane Ansah demonstitions following a rigging claim, which he made during the recent branded “Victory rally” at Njamba Freedom Park in Blantyre, UTM President, Saulos Klaus Chilima has said on Sunday.

Chilima said this during a “thank you” rally which his party organised following the May 21 national polls.

The outspoken politician said, the CSO’s demonstrations slated for July 4 and 5 and are intended to force the Chairperson of Malawi Electoral Commission, Justice Jane Ansah to resign, appeals to all aggrieved parties who are not happy with how the Electoral Commission conducted the elections.

He said, through self admission that some votes for DPP were rigged in the central region, Mutharika qualifies to be among those taking part in the demonstrations against what he termed as “Madam Madando”.

During the rally, Chilima urged all UTM members to participate in the demos as a way of supporting the patriotic action.

He however warned that, if Ansah does not resign then UTM supporters will go a mile to participate in the suggested follow up vigils at the MEC Chairperson’s residence.

During the rally, the UTM leader attracted public interest when he said:, “I have, among other things, reserved for the scam activity at Southern Region Water Board.”

Malawi Freedom Network
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