Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regional governor for the North, I would feel ashamed of what I did by defending my party’s move to grab Mzuzu City Deputy Mayor Frazer Chunga’s official vehicle to use it for party functions.
That I showed no remorse in my party’s wrongdoing is sheer testimony of how the DPP is losing its way.
If I were Sanga, I would realise that much as the DPP is the ruling party, it has no business using public resources for its functions because that is absolute abuse of power.
How I wish I were the fellow called Kenneth Sanga because I would realise that DPP does not own Mzuzu City Council or indeed the other councils and if my party does not have vehicles then it can as well be hiring ‘sacramentos’ (bicycle taxis).
Oh yes, if I were the DPP regional governor for the North I would realise that what my party is doing is contrary to what President Peter Mutharika promised during his campaign that he would separate government and party functions.
That is if I were Sanga, fortunately I am not him! DPP woyeee! Chala m’mwamba! Chala m’mwamba! n