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DPP criminality continues as party official faces robbery charges

DPP thugs now literally robbing Malawians

During their time in power, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) displayed unrestrained behavior, engaging in corruption and essentially robbing the people of Malawi. It seems as though criminality is deeply ingrained in the DPP’s nature. Remember when President Mutharika openly accepted kickbacks from a businessman Batawalala?

There were also instances of criminal behavior involving a senior DPP party official and government minister named Henry Mussa. He was involved in stealing items like laptops, carpets, and genesets and he is today at Maula Prison in Lilongwe. It’s quite embarrassing, isn’t it?

And if that wasn’t enough, allegations surfaced leading to the arrest of former President Peter Mutharika’s stepson, Tadikira, for human trafficking. This incident resulted in the deaths of more than a dozen people who were buried in a forest in Mzimba. Do you remember Mzomera Ngwira and Uladi Mussa?

Now, here’s the latest development: an official from the DPP in Mzuzu is currently in prison on remand, accused of robbing a citizen of Mzuzu of six million Kwacha that he had worked hard for. The court denied bail due to concerns that the accused would obstruct the investigation.

The DPP seems to thrive on criminality and lawlessness. If they’re not victimizing the public, they engage in internal wrongdoing. Recently, they called for a National Governing Council (NGC) meeting to plan their party’s elective convention. However, instead of inviting legitimate members as per their constitution, they started inviting outsiders. Fortunately, a court injunction halted what would have been a fraudulent meeting, preventing them from making their preferred decisions through illegal means. This is the true nature of the DPP. They remain unrepentant and are not prepared to govern any time soon, not even in 2025.

 

 

 

 

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