President Peter Mutharika has asked people in Thyolo to sustain Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in power during Tuesday’s polls for more development projects.
Speaking on Friday to a multitude at Thyolo Boma during a whistle stop tour that begun from Blantyre through the district, Mutharika said his party is development oriented to alleviate poverty in the country.
“Everyone (those who registered to vote) on Tuesday vote for DPP candidates to sustain development projects. You have seen the roads and stadium. From July, I will bring new secondary school and community technical college here,” said Mutharika.
He also promised people continuity of socio-economic improvement initiatives like social cash transfer, and farm input and malata subsidies.
Story by Temwa Mhone – Mec Stringer