DPP Leadership Apologizes For Failure to Raise Socio-Economic Profile
The Democratic Progressive Party DPP leadership has apologized to Malawians for failing to raise their socio-economic profile during the 10 years it was in power.
The party’s vice president who also served as the country’s minister of finance during the DPP regime Goodall Gondwe however says much as the party had its shortcomings, Malawians never suffered as is the case now.
Gondwe was speaking at Katoto ground yesterday during a political rally aimed at preaching a message of rebuilding as it gears for 2025 polls.
Meanwhile Political Analysts George Chaima and George Phiri have described the DPP sentiments as a sign of democracy while calling for their decisive action on national issues as a major opposition party.
Chaima says it is wrong for Dpp to conclude that Tonse Government has failed completely since they have only stayed in government for less than two years.
On his part, George Phiri feels it is imperative for Dpp to start making constructive criticism while in the opposition.