Presidsent-elect and Tonse Alliance Torch bearer Dr Lazarus Chakwera is assuring all Malawians that did not vote for them in the just ended Fresh Election that they have nothing to fear if they did not break any of the country’s laws.
Tonse Alliance says the new Government will be all inclusive and anyone will be allowed to use their intelligence, skills and expertise to develop this country without any regard to tribe, gender, religion, race, ability or any other destination.
It says the new Malawi that has started is for all, and will not waste no time in starting to deliver on promises saying the bright future that all have been dreaming is finally here.
This is contained in a statement co jointly signed by Dr. Chidanti Malunga (UTM Publicity Secretary) and Reverend Maurice Munthali (MCP Publicity Secretary) on stepping into the future.
In the statement, Tonse Alliance says it is humbled by the overwhelming vote of confidence, Malawians from all the regions have said that they want the new beginning.
The statement says Tonse Alliance is aware that this was the last chance for the country to restore the belief in its people that things can be different and better for the country, that it is possible to have servant leaders whose primary commitment is to make everyone have a sense of belonging to the nation by ending tribalism, nepotism, corruption and all the vices that have pulled the country backwards.
Tonse Alliance says Malawians had to choose between the status quo of unguarded lawlessness, social and economic stagnation and a brighter future characterised by visionary leadership, economic prosperity and national unity.
“…the result show that Malawians have chosen the hope and progress that Tonse alliance represents,” reads the statement in part.
Tonse Alliance says by coming out in large numbers to attend their rallies, offering material and financial support to their preparations for the elections and doing everything not only to vote, but also to protect that vote, together, they have managed to claim the victory that they are all within their rights to celebrate.