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Uladi Mussa’s Discontent: Equates Nine-Month DPP Suspension to Pregnancy, Shifts Allegiance to MCP

Uladi Mussa

The erstwhile political stalwart, Uladi Mussa, whose glory echoes from bygone eras, has recently aligned himself with the Malawi Congress Party (MCP), a decision that follows his nine-month suspension from the main opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

In a nuanced articulation of his move, Mussa characterized the MCP as a party with roots tracing back to ancestral times, emphasizing its transformative evolution under the leadership of Chakwera.

Expressing a candid perspective, Mussa remarked, “We harbored disdain for the MCP of the one-party state, a party mired in a history of transgressions. However, this reformed iteration of the MCP, under Chakwera’s stewardship, has captured my allegiance hence joining it.”

Further elaborating on his decision, Mussa acknowledged Chakwera’s pivotal role in securing his release from prison, expressing profound gratitude. Refuting any affiliations with other political entities, he recounted the circumstances leading to his suspension from the DPP, deriding the incongruities surrounding a meeting invitation and subsequent suspension for nine months.

With unequivocal conviction, Mussa affirmed his departure from the DPP and declared his commitment to collaborate with members of the Malawi Congress Party, envisioning a future where Chakwera secures a second term, extending until 2030.

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