President Peter Mutharika has said that there’s nothing wrong between him and his Vice, Saulos Chilima.
Speaking at a rally in Lilongwe on his return from Blantyre, Mutharika rubbished reports that the relationship between him and his deputy was sour.
“Don’t listen to what people are saying, there’s nothing wrong between me and Chilima,” said Mutharika at the rally.
Mutharika described Chilima as his beloved son and could not fight him for that reason.
“Chilima is my favorite son, go and tell anyone who thought we are fighting,” he said.
There had been speculations that Mutharika and his deputy was not seeing eye to eye with most people claiming that the ruling Democratic Progressive Party did not want Chilima on the table with Mutharika.
Speaking at the same rally, Chilima said that he was DPP and would keep fighting for the party.