Our aim is to develop MW - DPP SG

Written by  Grant Mhango

The ruling Democratic Progressive Party - DPP has assured people in the country that provision of solutions to people’s needs remains one of its priorities in its manifesto.

DPP SG addressing the rally DPP SG addressing the rally


DPP Secretary General Grelzedar Jeffrey was speaking in Chitipa during a development rally. Jeffery also commended the people in the district for recognizing development projects being initiated by the DPP led government of Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika.

“Let me commend you people of Chitipa for taking a bold step in supporting the President by among other things recognizing his development projects,” said the DPP Secretary General.

Jeffrey then warned people against being misled by some political failures without any development agenda.

“There is one ruling party at a time which is the root of development, so this time it’s the DPP where everybody asks development including the opposition and no any other party so be careful support the ruling party for continued development,” she added.

The Kalenge Water project as well as the historic Karonga Chitipa road took the center stage by almost every speaker. Traditional Authority Mwaulambya said the developments are milestones why people of Chitipa in particular need to support the DPP led government.

“For every true citizen of Chitipa who has the history of road network as well as challenges of accessing clean and portable water which have been there for decades till the DPP took government truly has no reason of not supporting the DPP led government unless otherwise,” said the Ulambya leader.


Commenting on political landscape in the district, DPP Regional Governor for the North Kenneth Sanga expressed optimism with the support accorded to the Peter Mutharika regime by the Chitipa People.

“Am very happy with the support being manifested by mammoth clouds during our development meetings and optimistically come 2019 the district is all ours,” said Sanga.


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