Malawi's Mutharika Insists He Will Run for Presidency in 2019
President Peter Mutharika has declared that he will contest in the 2019 presidential elections despite critics calling him too old to continue ruling the country. In April, the ruling Democratic Progressive Party endorsed Mutharika and asked those harbouring any presidential ambitions to wait for 2024.
Nyasa Times, 16 May 2018
President Peter Mutharika has retaliated that he will contest in the 2019 presidential elections, snubbing his critics who say he is old to continue ruling the country. Read more »
Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi, addresses the general debate of the General Assembly’s seventy-second session. (file photo).
Malawi News Agency, 16 May 2018
Ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has challenged people seeking to run for the party's presidency in the 2019 General Elections to come out in the open and tender their… Read more »
Nyasa Times, 19 April 2018
The declaration by ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) vice president George Chaponda that President Peter Mutharika will represent the party during the 2019 Tripartite… Read more »
Nyasa Times, 4 April 2017
A new country report for Malawi released by London-based Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) has suggested that President Peter Mutharika will win the presidential elections due in… Read more »
MP Juliana Lunguzi says she will move for parliament to debate changing the constitution about the age limit for presidents. This comes after a renowned governance commentator ... Read more »