MRP Welcomes Mtambo Back Into Activism

By Vincent Gunde

President and Commander in Chief of Muvi wa Chilungamo Revolutionary Party (MRP) Bantu Saunders Jumah, has welcomed Timothy Pagonachi Mtambo back into full time activism, advising him that it is never too late, he has to prove himself on the ground.

Jumah has described Mtambo as a beacon of the MCP Tonse Alliance government and his returning back to activism is giving President Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera and his MCP a vote of no confidence that Malawians are regretting to have voted for Chakwera into government in June, 2020.

He said looking at the time Mtambo is returning to activism, the words alone spoken by Mtambo have proved that Malawi is a failed state advising him that next time he will be in government, he should strive to bring change for Malawians to trust him.

Speaking through his face book page widely read by millions of people in Malawi and Africa, Jumah said Mtambo is an architect of the MCP led Tonse Alliance government and by confessing that President Chakwera is a failure, MRP has praised him that he has sense.

Jumah has reminded Malawians that in 2020 he blamed President Chakwera for appointing Mtambo into a cabinet position that he is a soldier and once a soldier always a soldier, 2 years later, he has been abandoned claiming that Mtambo himself did not see this coming.

He said the Revolutionary voice has welcomed Mtambo back into the land of activism to join activist Bon Elias Kalindo who is regarded as the only activist standing on the last line of activism in Malawi after his fellow activists found greener pastures of money in the MCP led government.

He said the exit of 4 prominent politicians from the MCP such as Reverend Maurice Munthali, Kamuzu Chibambo, Enoch Chihana and the latest Mtambo is clearly mean that in the MCP there is no future trusting Mtambo that he cannot be bought just like other activists have proved to Malawians.

“Credit must go to these four people for opening their eyes that there is no future in the MCP coming back to join the suffering citizens that are believing that they don’t have a leader to stand for them in Malawi,” said Jumah.

He has since advised Malawians that the children of Israel besides their sufferings in the wilderness, they did not go back to Egypt saying time is now for them to elect leaders that will take them to the promised land of Canaan.

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