Centre for Transformation Movement (CFT) leader Timothy Mtambo has said doors for the movement are wide open to every citizen who has a heart of transforming this nation, including those from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
Speaking during a meeting Mtambo held on Thursday 23rd April, 2020 with citizens from his home district of Chitipa, Mtambo advised people from different parties who may wish to join the movement to repent and forget their political parties.
“This movement is for the people of this nation, the only qualification to enter the movement is to be transformational as one way of promoting oneness as Malawians. We don’t want regionalism,” said Mtambo.
Among other activities the grouping had, was to come up with district Transformation executive committee where Michael Masebo was elected as district Chairperson.
In his acceptance speech, Masebo said as a nonpartisan person his first assignment is to establish committees at area levels so that the movement should be resilient in all corners of Chitipa.
“I will make sure that this movement is well known and understood by people from by coming up with committees at constituency levels. I will work with everyone as am not attached to any political party,” he said.
During the Indaba, Former deputy Director for the Youth for DPP in the Northern Region Philemon Mtambo was elected as publicity secretary for the movement.