Monday, July 15, 2024

Nankhumwa not Navicha leads opposition at Marty’s Day Commemoration


From an opposition point of view during Martyrs Day commemoration in Nkhatabay, Kondwani Nankhumwa, not the misguided Mary Navicha, was the man representing the entire opposition in Malawi. Nankhumwa, in this official role as recognized by Parliament, was granted the prestigious honor of laying a wreath.

Amidst the shadows of a once-powerful DPP, internal strife has taken center stage in the party over strategic election planning. Instead of uniting for the upcoming 2025 elections, the party finds itself embroiled in a bitter struggle for the coveted position of opposition leader. This bitter feud underscores the stark realization that their fate may be sealed in the opposition beyond 2025, with President Lazarus Chakwera poised to extend his tenure.

As the party grapples with internal discord, senior DPP members have begun to echo Nankhumwa’s sentiments, recognizing the formidable challenge of dislodging Chakwera from power. In the face of this existential threat, the once-mighty DPP now faces a precarious future in the political landscape.



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