Political analysts have said the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has failed to deliver what it promised Malawians.
Speaking on the issue, George Phiri said that DPP has managed only 45 percent of its develomental projects which it outlined in its manifesto.
“With the remaining time they cannot manage to finish all the projects they started.
“We can say maybe they will finish half of their projects which is also doubtfull,” he said.
Expressing his dissatisfaction, Ben Kalua said that the DPP has failed to fight corruption.
“Corruption is still rife in Malawi because money is still being stolen from government coffers.
“What has the President and his cabinet done to end the vice?
“People are still playing with taxpayers money which has to stop,” he said.
Taking his turn Enerst Thindwa said that It is unlikely that DPP will be voted back into power.
“People have lost trust in the DPP , alot of things are not working on the ground. Malawians are suffering. Life has become very expensive,” he said.
The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) is officially opening the campaign period today at the Bingu International Convention Center (BICC) in Lilongwe.
The period will run for a period of close to two months.