Democratic Progressive Party’s (DPP) Vice President for the south, Honourable Kondwani Nankhumwa, has on Thursday July 9th, announced that the party will soon embark on series of serious rebuilding exercises in the region.
Speaking in Blantyre at the party’s regional offices, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs encouraged his fellows of different ranks to remain loyal to the blue camp, saying the party will bounce back into government come 2025.
He, as well, guaranteed the party loyalists that the former state president Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika is still the backbone of the mighty DPP.
“Former president Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika” revealed Nankhumwa, “will in the nearest future embark on a “thank you” trail, thanking Malawians for the support which they gave to him when he was the president of this country.”
“We lost elections because we did put our needs first rather than countries needs. We need to accept that we lost and then strategize our party towards next elections,” said Nankhumwa as he pumped hope in DPP sympathizers.
The party is expected to go for early convention to elect new NGC and other office bearers.