One of the Malawi’s opposition parties United Democratic Front (UDF) has distanced itself from reports circulating around that it intends to hold what is being called a Yellow Day.
The party’s spokesperson Ken Ndanga has since, through a statement, advised all to discard the advertisement.
“The UDF party wishes to disassociate itself from this hoax and would like to assure all the party members and supporters that nothing of that sort is being planned by the party”, reads part of the statement.
UDF has recently been experiencing internal misunderstandings after its leader Atupule Muluzi decided to work with current ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and ordered all party’s members of parliament to seat at government side in parliament.
Meanwhile, there are reports that Balaka North’s Lucius Banda will oppose Muluzi to take over leadership of the party and complete for presidency come 2019.