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DPP to hold elective convention in July says Secretary General Clement Mwale

Attorney General Thabo Chakaka Nyirenda dares FDH to a threatened legal fight

The main opposition, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), has declared its intention to conduct its elective convention in July this year, as divulged by the party’s Secretary General, Clement Mwale, during a rally in Lobi, Dedza held on Sunday.  During the rally, Mwale said his party will also not go in any alliance with any other party in 2025.

However, Shire Time’s Senior Political Analyst, Joseph Masina, perceives Mwale’s proclamation as mere bravado, contending that the DPP, in its current state of profound disarray, is ill-equipped to navigate the 2025 electoral landscape independently.

Masina underscores the party’s inflated ego, cautioning that unless the DPP adjusts its course, the impending defeat, regardless of alliance participation, will be a woeful spectacle in the 2025 elections.

 

 

 

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