The National Salvation Front (Nasaf) says Malawians should vote for a leader who will not only transform the country but also accord citizens the respect they deserve.
Ethel Changa, running mate to Nasaf president James Nyondo, said this at the weekend during a rally she addressed in Ndirande, Blantyre, ahead of the official launch of the campaign period.
Said Changa: “Nasaf is ready to deal with challenges of human rights and good governance rocking the country. We have in place mechanisms that are expected to rid the problem. We have observed that the problem is not the country’s Constitution but people.”
Changa said Nasaf will introduce new farming technologies to improve agricultural production in the country.
“We have already finished working on our manifesto, which will be launched end of the month. We also intend to give Malawians the respect they deserve in all operations,” she said.