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APM’s Tuberculosis-like Cough Live on TV Raises Presidential Health Concerns

Peter Mutharika

A cacophonous, bone-chilling cough echoed across television screens, serving as a grim testament to the declining health of Peter Mutharika, the President of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP). Amidst a spectacle at Njamba Freedom Park, Mutharika indulged in delusions of grandeur, conjuring visions of a triumphant return to power in 2025. However, his oratory descended into a whirlwind of baseless accusations and incendiary rhetoric, designed to stoke the fires of regional animosity. Mutharika’s diatribe sought to pit the Southern region against the Central, painting a bleak portrait of division and strife.

In a bizarre twist, Mutharika levied outlandish allegations against the Malawi Assemblies of God Church, insinuating a grand conspiracy to manipulate the electoral process in favor of President Chakwera. Yet, amidst the chaos of his discourse, one glaring truth emerged—Mutharika’s health is in freefall. Live on Times TV, the once-stoic figure succumbed to a fit of coughing reminiscent of tuberculosis, a stark reminder of his advancing age and frailty.

“The cough serves as a grim harbinger of APM’s deteriorating health,” remarked Joseph Masina, his voice tinged with solemnity. “At over 80 years old, and nearing 85 next year, Mutharika is ill-equipped to shoulder the burdens of the presidency. His candidacy in 2025 holds little appeal to king maker voters, save for those driven by narrow regionalist agendas.”

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