Acting president for the People’s Party (PP), Uladi Mussa has trashed the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration saying it is full of thieves who have no vision for Malawi.
Mussa said this when addressing people at a political rally in Mzimba over the weekend.
He said Mutharika and his administration have failed Malawians and must resign to pave way for parties which have vision for the country.
“This government is evil to Malawians. How can they hike prices of maize like that? What type of leadership is this? They have failed and must pack and go,” he said.
He further blamed the DPP government for rigging votes with an aim to punish Malawians who never wanted Mutharika to attain power.
He described the behaviour as very evil, saying Malawians are suffering for a sin they never committed.
“This government is full of thieves. They rigged votes and they are still stealing what belongs to Malawians,” he fumed.
When commenting on the defection of other members from PP to DPP, the PP acting president said such people do not have a vision for Malawians.
He said it is awkward for someone to join a team of failures for the love of money.
“What we know is that our party is still strong regardless of people who defect to join the team of failures. Malawians are our concern and we will never watch them suffering,” he said.
But on his part, DPP spokesman Francis Kasaila brushed aside the accusations saying PP already failed Malawians during its term of office.