The Pentecostal and Charismatic Network has said it will sensitise voters to choose a candidate who can bring change to Blantyre City South Constituency.
The network disclosed this at the weekend during a meeting of religious and community leaders from the constituency.
The network is a mother body of all Pentecostal churches in Malawi accredited to conduct civic and voter education on the May 20 Tripartite Elections.
Executive director for the network, Pastor Willie Chaponda said voters want leaders who can bring change.
He said his office is conducting meetings to educate voters on the difference between a Member of Parliament (MP) and councillor and on qualities of a good leader.
“We want all voters to know what to do on the polling day so that they can usher in a candidate that can bring change in the constituency.
“People want development and to get it, they have to vote for a candidate who knows their problems and with a plan that can bridge the gap,” he said.