Call me president of the UDF and not national chairman, so says Atupele Muluzi.

From Face of Malawi Wed Nov 21 2012, 02:44:32

'Call me president of the UDF and not national chairman', so says Atupele Muluzi. The newly elected politburo of Malawi's opposition United Democratic Front (UDF) sanctioned to change the nomenclature of its leader from National Chairman to President. 'The UDF National Executive Committee met and resolved to abolish the position of National Chairman because it [...]

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