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DPP ACCEPTS RIGGING, REPLACING NAMASASU A GOOD SIGN, PANGAS BOUGHT TO STAB MSUNGAMA

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Democratic progressive party has openly accepted that Bently Namasasu supported by DPP and MEC officials rigged the 2014 Lilongwe City East elections and now are planning to replace him with Ngwenya or Nyasulu.

According to DPP, Namasasu will definitely loose the elections and DPP number one(1) enemy Ulemu Msungama who they desparately didn’t want in parliament will become a parliamentarian and he (the fighter Msungama) will give DPP hard times in Parliament.

“I live in New lines near Kafita CCAP, I am from the Area and I can replace Namasasu,” lied Ambassador Ngwenya who lives in area 47 and is planning to send his workers to live in the area .

Ngwenya has been secretly meeting DPP officials regularly over 2019 elections plans.

DPP officials have also been planning to attack Msungama at his house at night like they tried with Dr Chakwera.

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7 Comments

  1. Bonface Kholowa April 20, 2017 at 4:12 am -  Reply

    Koma choti adziwe ndi chakuti ife ku Lilongwe kuno sitikifuna kuva za DPP ndipo mbava izi ndipo tidzavotera Msungama basi

  2. Sydney Mzomera Ngwira April 20, 2017 at 8:09 am -  Reply

    Nsungam wulendo wa ku parliament bas

  3. Rodger Dimba Matsimbe April 20, 2017 at 8:21 am -  Reply

    ZAZIIIIIIII

  4. James Chikago April 20, 2017 at 8:35 am -  Reply

    Now our worries have been vindicated that Jane Ansah is on a mission to rig thr 2019 election. Why should Ngwenya who was in Japan during the 2014 election be allowed to contest in a re-run?

  5. Davie Senior Kazembe April 20, 2017 at 8:55 am -  Reply

    Mmmmmn timakudarilani km mukumatinamiza kwambiri nowadays mwayamba kutitengera pamgong,o eti

    • Sinapondamtota Mbirithire Masiyafumbi April 20, 2017 at 2:44 pm -  Reply

      akunama chani iwe talemba zako@Davie Senior

  6. Christopher Mphonde April 20, 2017 at 10:20 am -  Reply

    Owenga mafuta satuwa

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