The ruling Democratic Progressive Occasion (DPPSecretary Common, Grezelder Jeffrey wa Jeffrey has challenged Malawians to vote for President Peter Mutharika within the forthcoming watershed election for continuation of growth within the nation.
Jeffrey made the remarks on Monday in the course of the commissioning of the brand new Kamuzu Barrage at Liwonde in Machinga.
“Mutharika is the one chief who has fulfilled all the guarantees on growth as stipulated within the Democratic Progressive Occasion 20l4 Manifestos,” mentioned Jeffrey.
She cited building of State-of-the-Artwork-bridges, good tarmac roads, provision of electrical energy in rural areas and discount of energy outages amongst others.
“We had energy challenges which affected companies however as we speak, we have now energy on a regular basis. Younger women and men are buying vocational abilities in our neighborhood technical schools. As well as, there are nicely linked tarmac highway networks easing transportation of products and providers from one level to a different.
“That is the chief that Malawi desires and I urge everybody to vote for Peter Mutharika on Might 2l tripartite elections for continuation of such developments in any respect ranges,” mentioned Jeffrey.
In his remarks, President Peter Mutharika mentioned he would stay a growth oriented chief not a politician saying each Malawian deserves growth for a greater life.
“l will proceed initiating totally different developmental packages and insurance policies on this nation. In 5 extra years, each village will likely be linked to electrical energy; neighborhood schools will likely be in each constituency and extra younger males in addition to ladies can have jobs,” mentioned Mutharika.
Within the presidential race, Mutharika will face eight challengers together with Vice President Saulos Chilima, his Minister of Well being Atupele Muluzi, opposition chief Lazarus Chakwera and former president Joyce Banda.
Others are former vp Cassim Chilumba, new entrant in presidential polls Peter Kuwani of Mbakuwaku Motion of Democrcay (MMD), John Chizi of Umodzi Occasion and unbiased candidate Rev Kaliya.