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Jumah says it is possible to change Malawi in 10-15 years

Jumah says it is possible to change Malawi in 10-15 years

News, Politics
By Vincent Gunde President and Commander in Chief of Muvi wa Chilungamo Revolutionary Party (MRP) Bantu Saunders Jumah, says it is possible to change Malawi from being the paramount chief of the 46 poorest countries on the Earth’s planet to a rich nation. Jumah said for 60 years of independence, politicians have been labelling Malawi as the poor country while it has all the resources such as five lakes, plenty of water in its rivers, precious minerals and the popular Indian Hemp (Chamba) to make itself rich. He said well- educated people, Doctors and Professors have ben quitting their professions to join politics taking advantage over the illiterate of the people by giving them handouts in exchange of their votes to enter government and become rich through corruption in governmen...
Malawi business tycoon Simbi Phiri disassociates himself from forming up “Congress for Democrats”

Malawi business tycoon Simbi Phiri disassociates himself from forming up “Congress for Democrats”

International, Politics
Business Mogul Simbi Ashan Phiri who is Executive Chairman of Katho Civils has disassociated himself from social media rumours that he has joined politics and formed up a political party called Congress for Democrats. In a statement, Khato Civils Public Relations Officer, Daniel Mababa says a document in circulation on various social media platforms is purporting that Simbi Phiri, Executive Chairman of Khato Civils was in Malawi last December, 2021 to coordinate formation of a new political party called Congress for Democrats whose leader is Peter Simbi Phiri. Simbi Phiri not forming political party Mababa says, the name Peter Simbi Phiri is not for the one who is Executive Chairman of Khato Civils. “To begin with, the full name of our Executive Chairman is Mr. Sambi Ashan Phi...

DPP Blues Rebels Brings Division In

Politics
The way Charles Mchacha is castigating the Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Hon Kondwani Nankhumwa, is just testimony enough that the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) internal fights are far from over, in fact they are yet to climax. Just few days ago, DPP leaders in the north physically fought while their meeting was in session. They failed to agree on an issue and decided to sort it out through boxing. Just today, some DPP leaders from the north have vehemently quashed an ealier proposal by their fellows in which they endorsed the erstwhile president as DPP torchbearer in the 2025 tripartite elections. The truth of the matter is that Peter Mutharika made it clear that those vying for DPP presidency will have to battle it out at they party convention. All these dirty events...