Mtambo made the remarks on Sunday May 30 2021 at Maganga Ground where Tonse Alliance launched their campaign activities to sell Mhone’s manifesto.
He said the electorate should vote for the best candidate with proper policies to take up the parliamentary seat that fell vacant following a High Court ruling.
Mtambo also called for unity among Malawians as various aspirants criss-cross areas where the by elections are taking place canvassing for votes.
“Politics divide us a lot. So my message to politicians is that let politics be about development not violence. We must recognize the fact that we are all Malawians hence we want to use things that divide us unify our people,” said Mtambo.
While concurring with Mtambo, former president Joyce Banda said that Malawians should come together and co-exist peacefully.
Said Banda: “As leaders for our various parties in the Tonse Alliance, we work together in harmony, therefore I also want all of our followers to come together. For instance we hold meetings for about every month to see how things are going on and from the look of things, it clearly shows that there is oneness between the president and his vice and that’s what we need.”
Meanwhile, Mhone promised to pick up from where he left once Nkhata-bay Central constituents give him chance to represent them in the parliament.
Also patronizing the launch was the speaker for the National Assembly Catherine Gotani Hara, Afford president Enock Chihana and other party representatives from the Tonse Alliance.