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APM MY VOTE: DPP takes blue motor parade to Ntcheu

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) will on Sunday, January 28 storm Ntcheu district with blue convoy.

The much awaited Ntcheu blue motor parade comes barely days after holding color blue convoy in Phalombe and Nsanje districts respectively.

“All cars joining this motor parade will by branded with ‘APM MY VOTE ’stickers and chitenje,” reads a poster posted on official DPP page.

Among other, according to the poster, at the parade there will be national ID and voter sanitization.

The former governing party has since invited all cadets, DPP professionals, business gurus, supporters in the eastern region and beyond to join the parade.

In a related development, Malawians have stormed social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp with ‘APM MY VOTE’ campaign.

The campaign is aimed at coaxing Malawians of age voting group to vote for DPP’s presidential candidate Arthur Peter Mutharika during the 2025 presidential elections.

The campaign has seen Malawians who are frustrated with President Lazarus Chakwera’s administration commenting with the famous phrase ‘APM MY VOTE’ in every facebook page and groups.

Mutharika, a former president for Malawi, recently said will contest during the 2025 presidential polls to address economic challenges the country is facing under his successor President Chakwera.

Mutharika said since he was voted out in the court-sanctioned fresh presidential election in June 2020, most Malawians have become poor due to continued rising prices of goods and services in the country.

It is an open secret that Malawians have learnt their lessons in a very hard way hence calling upon Mutharika to rescue them from the hands of clueless Chakwera; and it will not be a surprise to see Mutharika winning with a landslide.

Mutharika, a Malawian politician and lawyer, was President of Malawi from May 2014 to June 2020.

He has worked in the field of international justice, specializing in international economic law, international law and comparative constitutional law.

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