Atupele Storms Mzuzu: Describes APM as a cool and democratic leader

By Cosmas Chimaliro

Muluzi receiving heroes welcome upon arrival in Mzuzu

Mzuzu, May 31, Mana: The DDP/UDF Alliance running mate, Atupele Muluzi in the forthcoming fresh presidential election has asked people in the north to vote for the alliance, saying its candidate who is also incumbent State President, Peter Mutharika is a cool and a democratic leader.

Muluzi was speaking Saturday evening in Mzuzu when he addressed people at Katoto Round About who gathered to welcome him in the region where he is expected to conduct campaign rallies ahead of the elections.

He said Mutharika is a visionary leader who has under his government implemented numerous development projects in the country, hence the need to give him another term so that the country should continue developing.

‘’It is a fact that the incumbent leadership has developed the country beyond recognition; as a result, his reelection is not questionable.

“I, therefore, urge you people to vote for Prof. Peter Mutharika since he has demonstrated good leadership,’’ said Muluzi.

He said unity is paramount, therefore politics should not divide Malawians and called on all political parties to desist from perpetrating acts of violence.

He said Malawians need to be reminded that there have been opposition parties in the current democratic system of government and that there has been cordial coexistent between the ruling parties and the opposition.

“What is happening now is strange, we need, as ruling party and opposition, to discuss whenever there are issues, but not destroy our own country as the case has been for the past 12 months when there have been violent protests,” said Muluzi.

He said when reelected, Mutharika under his leadership will continue with initiatives geared at reducing unemployment amongst the youth.

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3 Responses to "Atupele Storms Mzuzu: Describes APM as a cool and democratic leader"

  1. John Phiri   May 31, 2020 at 12:36 pm

    ‘’It is a fact that the incumbent leadership has developed the country beyond recognition…blah blah blah.

    Atupele are you serious? Which country are you talking about. In the part of Malawi where you are we have too many unfulfilled promises -Mombera university, Mzuzu City Council offices, Mmbelwa District Council offices, unfinished roads etc. Just say you have come to beg votes.

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  2. John Phiri   May 31, 2020 at 1:21 pm

    Noooooo. Malawi Voice. Any article…… Atupele shakes, Atupele shakes, Atupele shakes. You mean you did not learn any other expression from school?

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  3. not trustworthy   May 31, 2020 at 7:16 pm

    this is the only combination which can restore our democracy. development project is a process. some take time. to be honest apm has tried his best and for those who choose to have blind eye let them be. chakwera is a dictator, the guy who uses intimidation and torture to bull dose through to the leadership. the only democratic participation that ushered him into leadership was his first political convention at mcp. in 2018’s convention he applied his torturing and intimidation antics to force his way through. this is the same tactic he is using. he intimidated every system including the judiciary and he is very cunning. he will be the worst dictator malawi has never witnessed. he must be stopped before it is too late. chilima and the others who are following him like a chidden train are under a great devil’s spell. chakwera is the devil who should not be trusted. those engulfed with jelousy will vote for this autocrat. i’ve never seen a reverend who uses violence like abimelech to rise into power. the full reverend with 25 years of leadership experience with nil tangible development, rediculous and very shameful. chilima and your supporters like cenderella you’re under a great spell and you will cry foul. chakwera is and should never be trusted. he is a devil and will skin you alive.

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