Ex ruling Peoples Party (PP) leader of house in Parliament Uladi Mussa has claimed that Malawi can have good governance if the country were to be led by an alliance of Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and the former ruling PP.
According to Mussa, the two parties have potential to bring the donor era back within a month if they were to rule the country.
“We can negotiate with donors to be supporting us and we proved that when Joyce Banda was President, she negotiated with donors and they came,” said Mussa.
He also outlined some of the things a PP-MCP alliance would do to coax donors.
“First we will make sure that the house is in order, we will clean the mess inside because these donors have demanded that the K92 billion cashgate under late Bingu wa Mutharika should be audited or else they will hold the aid if we will not meet these demands.
“PP and MCP have experienced leaders, I have been in the house for over twenty years and I know better how things are handled for the common goal of the country,” said Mussa.
Mussa further urged the media in the country to be writing positive stories on the possible alliance of PP and MCP during the 2019 general elections.
PP and MCP remain prominent parties in the opposition benches in the house after United Democratic Front (UDF) moved to government side.