Popular Human Rights activist turned Politician Timothy Mtambo who is also The Commander in Chief of Citizens for Transformation (CFT)- People Power Movement, will this coming Tuesday 9th June, virtually address Malawians who are living in the diaspora.
According to a statement made available to 247Malawi News, Mtambo has been requested to address the diaspora by Malawi Congress Party Diaspora Network who are organising the event on behalf of alliance partners of the Tonse alliance.
In giving more details about the event spokesperson for MCP Diaspora Wing Chalo Mvula said Mtambo will address the diasporas as part of the fundraising initiative to raise money that will help in paying for election monitors. “You know, as Tonse alliance our weakness has been safeguarding our vote, and this Is the reason why we are being serious this time round with issues of election monitors, we don’t want elections to be rigged again “said Mvula
The event which has been dubbed “A chat with Commander in Chief” will see Mtambo tackle a number of issues that are currently affecting Malawi before answering questions from participants. “ We are calling on all a Malawians that are in diaspora, whether you are in RSA , UK , USA or any other country to secure your slot for the event , slots are on first come first serve basis and we have a huge demand as many people want to hear from the fearless great son of Malawi” added Mvula
Comrade Mtambo, who through his people power movement has endorsed the candidacy of Dr Lazarus Chakwera and Dr Saulos Chilima of Tonse alliance will make the address via zoom video conferencing app. Participants are expected to donate towards fundraising for the monitors to gain access to the event link. Mtambo. politician formed his CFT movement two months ago. His main short-term goal he claims is to help rid Malawi of the accidental and despotic regime ushered in by Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), which has reduced the country to a heap of misery and social strife.
Those interested to be part of the event are urged to contact MCP or CFT diaspora groups through their Facebook pages or to follow instructions on the main poster for the event . Mtambo is scheduled to start his address at 7pm Malawi Time. Donations are also accepted from well wishers
CFT Diaspora Leader Linda Khembo-Nwosu welcomed the organisation of this event by the MCP team, highlighting that this showcases the power of Tonse alliance as an alliance with a common objective to see change in Malawi.