Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president, Lazarus Chakwera, has said the party will continue to fight for the welfare of Malawians and ensure that citizens are part of the country’s socio-economic development.
In an interview on Sunday, Chakwera said Malawians should not lose hope with the challenges that the country is facing.
“Our friends [the ruling Democratic Progressive Party] have had [close to] four years in which they could have done something about these challenges. We have, as a party, a policy that will have to do with business continuity and disaster management. A plan that will be translated to action when people vote for us,” he said
According to Chakwera, the current government has refused to welcome and implement some of the ideas that MCP offered to improve the affairs of the country.
“We have tried to give our best to instruct and even plead with this administration to take on board several ideas we have put forward but they seem to be hard. So, Malawians have to be ready to vote for a party that will translate policy that will serve people,” he said
He said 2018 will be a great year in the party.
This year, the MCP and other political parties are expected to hold conventions ahead of next year’s presidential, parliamentary, and local government elections.
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