DPP Convention on the cards from 17-18th Aug

The long-awaited Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Elective Convention is scheduled to take place on 17th – 18th August 2024 in Blantyre.

This is according to a press release from Shadric Namalomba who doubles as the Presidential and party’s Spokesperson.

It says the convention will serve as a platform for DPP members to come together and make crucial decisions about its future.

Namalomba highlighted that the primary agenda of the meeting will be the election of new leadership, including the party’s presidential candidate for the upcoming 2025 elections.

DPP’s current President Peter Mutharika

“With the current political climate in Malawi, the DPP’s Elective Convention is of utmost importance and will shape the party’s direction in the years to come.

“The convention will bring together delegates from all regions of Malawi, representing the diverse voices and opinions within the party. It is an opportunity for members to engage in healthy debates, discuss pertinent issues, and ultimately elect leaders who will effectively lead the party towards success.

“The DPP takes great pride in its inclusive approach, and this convention will be no exception. All members, regardless of their positions or affiliations, will have an equal chance to contribute and participate in the decision-making process”. reads the document

Against a background of squabbles and infighting, the party looks forward to welcoming its delegates and members to Blantyre for the historic event, and await with great anticipation the decisions and developments that will arise from this convention.

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