September 29, 2020

DPP not shaken with UTM/MCP alliance

DPP not shaken with UTM/MCP alliance

DPP not shaken with UTM/MCP alliance

By Mike Gwadani

Democratic Progressive Party(DPP) publicity Secretary Nicholas Dausi says the party is not shaken with the MCP,UTM alliance. The two main opposition parties yesterday signed an alliance at ceremony held at Kamuzu Institute for Youth in Lilongwe.

Mutharika leader of DPP

Speaking in an interview with British Broadcasting cooperation(BBC) Dausi who is also Minister of Homeland Security said DPP will win again because Malawians can not vote for either MCP or UTM.

” First of all what you must know is that this is not the first time that MCP has made an alliance with another political party they did so and failed miserably you know people of this Country as of today knows that MCP has been sponsoring and staging political hoodlums and thuggery where people’s properly has been rooted.

“Malawians cannot vote for the party whose president is inconsiderate as witnessed by the political rally which MCP held at a place where a police officer was killed” said he.

Daudi also said Malawians Will vote for DPP candidate President Peter Mutharika because of he has developed the Country. Dausi further said the alliance is a blessing in disguise to DPP.

Dausi

“There is no way Malawians are going to vote for MCP this time around,infact we are now going to win 50+50 or 50+70 we are ready for fresh election and iwant to assure you that we will win because we have policies that answers to the aspirations of Malawians”said Dausi.

He however refused to comment on whether DPP leadership shall accept defeat should it happen that the opposition wins saying he does not want to be a prophet of doom.