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Bad omens, ghosts still pursuing DPP as Nankhumwa challenges his expulsion in High Court this afternoon

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Bad omens and ghosts will continue hounding former ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) until the party leadership confesses and apologizes for the crimes it committed against innocent Malawians during its reign.

For when it expelled Kondwani Nankhumwa as its vice president for the South, the party thought that was the end of its peril.

NANKHUMWA – Challenging his expulsion from the DPP

But nay! The DPP will yet again find itself in the confines of the High Court in Lilongwe this afternoon where Nankhumwa is challenging his expulsion.

Nthanda Times understand that Judge Yakuwawa Msiska will start hearing the case at 2pm.

DPP expelled Nankhumwa alongside other officials for organising a National Governing Council (NGC) meeting without following party procedures.

But the Mulanje central legislator argues his expulsion did not follow party constitution.

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