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Zikhale Ng’oma to revive MCP in remote rural areas

Ken Zikhale Ng'oma

In a bold move aimed at rejuvenating the Malawi Congress Party’s (MCP) foothold in rural territories, Kenneth Zikhale Ng’oma, the party’s Director of Strategic Planning and Minister of Homeland Security, has unveiled his ambitious blueprint for rural revitalization.

Ng’oma’s revelation came amidst the backdrop of jubilation in Karonga district, where the MCP celebrated a triumphant victory, clinching three coveted ward councillor seats. Speaking at the celebratory event, Ng’oma expressed his gratitude to the people of Karonga for their unwavering support towards the party and President Lazarus Chakwera.

Undeterred by past setbacks, Ng’oma unveiled his proactive strategy to reignite MCP’s presence in rural heartlands. He pledged to engage in extensive grassroots outreach, orchestrating meetings and dialogues with rural communities to reignite their fervor for the party.

With determination blazing in his eyes, Ng’oma vowed to embark on a transformative journey, breathing new life into the party’s rural domain and fortifying its position as the vanguard of change across the nation.

” The party has been having rallies in the urban areas, as such in my capacity as MCP director of strategic planning i will take back the party in the rural areas, so that people can fully understand development projects which the Chakwera- led government is implementing in different areas,” he said.

Zikhale Ng’oma together with North North Regional Chairman Kezzie Msukwa and other party’s top officials visited different areas where people gathered for the celebrations.

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