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Democratic Progessive Party (DPP) rigged the Elections

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Afriem is following the confirmation that DPP rigged. As the events are unfolding at the tally center in Blantyre all ears and eyes are glued to comesa hall as the citizenry awaits the announcement of who will be crowned President.

The Election has registered a turn of events as the MCP are now ahead of the DPP.

In The mean time MCP is leading with 2,999,595 followed by the DPP which is trailing by 2,778,554.

Mec report suggest that the results and figures will change according to the manual count taking place at Comesa Hall in BT.

It is being reported that the DPP were rigging the elections and if Mec was to go by the election results without manually counting the Ballot papers the DPP could have gone through.

DPP with its financial capabilities bought monitors from oppositions to sign for wrong figures.
According to these reports, The Democratic Progessive Party (DPP) rigged the Elections.

Taking so long to declare an election winner.

Rumours had circulated before the election about rigging, including during counting and signing off with Zodiak also publishing fake figures. It was clear it was going to be a close contest between president, Joyce Banda, and her main rival, Lazarus Chakwera.

With romours that Banda is set to nullifying the election and call for another ballot within 90 days a move which according to the constitution is impossible afriem can confirm that Banda will be place third once the official tally is out.

That there are valid complaints about the electoral process is not in doubt: our inside sources within the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has acknowledged that it has had almost 250 complaints, with anomalies including votes exceeding registered voters in several polling centres.

With Banda set to try and nullify the elections, to recount ballots, to address complaints or to call for new elections. Afriem sources have confirmed that Banda has no power to nullify the elections.

DPP and Mutharika – who is leading, according to rigged figures – wants the MEC to announce the winner within the legally mandated eight days, and is opposed to a recount, but has agreed that specific complaints can be addressed.

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