Road to 2014: NASF President James Nyondo Causing Panic on Political Ground By The Top Citizen, November 24, 2013
He is gifted with resoursfulness. He has international connections with every government in Africa he wants to have. He is one of the rare leaders Malawi has who says would start delivering on his programsf from the day he would be inaugurated as president of the Republic.
He says he is not a tribalist as some people allege. He has original ideas to lead the country. No wonder other presidential candidates like Mark Kotsonga of Peoples Progressive Movement copy his ideas and raise them at mass rallies. He is a political trend setter. He starts, others follow. Even President Joyce Banda's much touted Mudzi Transformation was his brain child. Is he posing a threat to them? .... Read More
Nyondo blasts Malawi politicians as ‘ monumental stumbling block to development’ By Nyasa Times Reporter November 9, 2013
President of the National Salvation Front (Nasaf), James Nyondo, has discredited the country’s way of running government affairs, saying more value is put on politicians and not deserving ordinary Malawians.
“We are a doomed nation,” Nyondo told Nyasa Times in an exclusive interview.
“Our country doesn’t need to put more value on politicians but rather on professionals, factory workers and our farmers.”
Nyondo, who will also contest for a parliamentary seat in Chitipa Central Constituency, said Nasaf will reverse the trend.
“Politicians will serve the nation and not the other way around." he said. He expressed dismay that Malawi is draining her already meager resources paying exalted titles of ‘Honourable’ and ‘Excellency’ millions of Kwacha at the expense of the country’s people who survive on less than a dollar a day.... Read More
Nyondo slams ‘so called big parties’ in Malawi By Nyasa Times Reporter November 5, 2013
National Salvation Front (NASAF) has slammed at major political parties in Malawi saying they are not big at all but regional or tied to families.
“For starters, Malawi does not yet have national political parties. They are all either regionally or family led,” notd said NASAF president James Nyondo at a news conference in Lilongwe on Monday.
“Even in matters of succession, it is the son, the brother, the uncle or the grandfather who takes over. These so called big parties are determined to choose goal scorers (strikers) who are either members of their families or .... Read More
NASAF president Nyondo registers to vote in Chitipa, announces convention By Judith Moyo, Nyasa Times, October 28, 2013
National Salvation Front (Nasaf president James Nyondo has registered for next year’s tripartite elections at Chinunkha Primary, a few metres away from village where he was born in Chitipa district.
During the 2009 elections, Nyondo voted and stood for parliamentray seat in Lilongwe on an independent ticket and also lost the presidency.
But he has relocated to his home in next year’s elections, this time around contesting under the banner of his tiny Nasaf party.... Read More
Nyondo says donor money worsens Malawi poverty By Judith Moyo, Nyasa Times, October 1, 2013
National Salvation Front president James Nyondo has condemned all the governments that ruled Malawi since independence for investing donor money into their own consumption thereby worsening poverty among the people.
Nyondo made the sentiments at a rally he conducted in Chitipa recently.
“Our governments instead of investing the money our friends help us to produce, they invest the money into their own consumption through bloated cabinets, numerous presidential advisers, dubious ..... Read More
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Why I am in the Race for the office of President by James Nyondo
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