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    By Kondanani Chilimunthaka


    Embattled Spokesperson for Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has disclosed that the party’s National Governing Council (NGC) has drafted laws that will see all parastatals, and embassies, tithing (paying 10% of their income) to the party for its political affairs.

    Nicholas Dausi disclosed this to Malawians in an Exclusive Interview on TV with one of the renown media houses in the country on Saturday, 8th July,2023.

    “The NGC that met at Nkopola has resolved to introduce a law which will force all the Chief Executive Officers for Parastatals and all ambassadors to be tithing to DPP” said Dausi while wondering why can the party enforce such laws on public funds which are for Malawians.

    Dausi added that the meeting also agreed that all members of DPP will from December 2023 start paying for membership cards, failing which the membership will be revoked.

    Here Dausi wondered which party in the country is by compulsory selling cards to its members, and why should the DPP be the first party to do so.

    Dausi told the nation that for political parties to be strong, they need to get views from their MPs and their subjects and not just imposing on the people or their followers.

    “Every political party needs to allow people’s views, but when political parties start to operate the way DPP is doing by intimidating people, denying others their rights to contest, the party ends miserably” Lamented the embattled Publicity Secretary for DPP.

    Further Dausi told the nation that MCP is far much better political party compared to DPP in running its affairs, citing other resolution at the Nkopola NGC meeting like that of how to get the party’s Secretary General as the worst resolution of identifying leadership of a political party.

    What Dausi has disclosed clearly speaks volumes of how DPP mismanaged country’s taxpayers money and how it intends to drain the public coffers if it is by mistake given a chance to bounce back into power in 2025.

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