The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) official youth wing, the Blue League, has reiterated the strong and productive relationship between the wing and the parent party, casting away the speculations that flew about on social media that the two are not eating from one plate.
In a statement released by the Blue League National Executive, the wing’s Secretary General Blessings Nanguwo maintained that the Blue League is in good terms with the DPP, as has always been the case and the two exchange advice, counsel, support and direction from time to time.
The statement calls upon the members of the League “not to waver in faith and motivation towards the activities that we engage in, in support of our Patron, President Peter Mutharika and also the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and the founder’s vision.”
The statement comes barely a few days after the social media carried speculative stories alleging that the Blue League could be a renegade grouping forming parallel structures to compete with the DPP.
The Blue League, whose patron is President Peter Mutharika, is at present the largest political youth grouping in Malawi, with membership and structures in all four political regions.