APM Vows Not To Allow MCP Get Into Power Again For Killing His Father, Others
Malawi President Arthur Peter Mutharika has vowed that he will do his best to make sure that the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) which killed his father through its cadres should remain being in opposition.
Mutharika was speaking at Mpamba in Nkhata Bay where he was officially opening the Mzuzu-Nkhata bay road.
He told the gathering that him and his brother, late president Bingu wa Mutharika fled the country following the 1964 cabinet crisis which they took part in by siding with the ministers.
Its on record that MCP operatives went to Thyolo to meet President Mutharika’s father to ask for their whereabouts, when the father said he knew not where they were, MCP thugs had beaten him up.
And he died some days later, for that reason, Mutharika vowed to develop Malawi further so that MCP remains in opposition.