In the run up to the 2019 tripartite elections, political parties are busy using every necessary space to sensitize the masses on the voter registration.
As people of Zomba, Nsanje and Mangochi are registering, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on Wednesday September 26, 2018, embarked on a whistle stop tour to woe its supporters to go and register as phase six edges closer to the end.
The tour which saw some of the party’s heavy weights led by the Vice president for the Eastern Region Bright Msaka covered all constituencies in Zomba with the aim of strengthening the party.
Speaking to YFM in Zomba Malosa constituency, DPP’s publicity secretory which is also the government spokesperson and minister of information and Technology, Nichorus Dausi said people need to register to be able to vote for people of their choice come 2019.
“The message we have brought for people of Malosa constituency is that they should go and register in the voter registration which is currentry in Zomba, Mangochi and Nsanje,”Dausi said.
Among other things, Dausi said government has noted some of the challenges that people of Malosa are currently facing like network and transport problems and has pledged that his ministry will continued working to address their problems with urgency.
Also in attendance in Malosa was the party’s secretary general, Grezelder Jeffrey who urged their supporters to go and register so that the power to vote.
Phase six of voter registration will end on October 2, 2018 and phase seven will run from October 8 to October 21 2018.
The phase will cover districts of Chitipa, Karonga, Rumphi, Machinga and Chiradzulu.