James Nyondo's National Salvation Front Party (NASF) has declared that it is ready to serve the country by reaching out to all people without discrimination, saying everyone has a right to be respected.
The party's vice president Ethel Changa said this in an interview after a rally which the party organized in Ndirande, Blantyre.
Among other things, Changs said the party is ready to improve the education.
"We will also re-introduce handwork studies in primary school to give a chance to children to learn at an early age hand work that may help them to set their own businesses and workshops when they go out." Said Changa.
Changa said the party has goals to make Malawi a 'farm country' by providing new updated farm tools for farmers to use in farming such as ploughs, so that Malawi should be having high farm produce. Changa said this will happen with the help of people from the United States of America who will provide the farm machines.
Jane Manondo, NASAF's national campaign director commented that the party is ready to serve the nation and it's people by bringing in more developments.
She also added tht people should refrain from the spirit of handouts saying time has come for Malawians to concentrate on what the person is saying and not just looking for handouts.
"Malawians should refrain from the spirit of always expecting hand outs from political leaders. We shouldbe independent and help in developing our country." said Manondo.
The party is expected to launch its campaign at Chambe in Mulanje soon.