MCP party president Lazarus Chakwera is the last one to speak the signing ceremony of the pact between UTM party and MCP.
Chakwera says his desire is to see a united Malawi.
Malawians want a nation healed inside out, he says.
Chakwera pays tribute to Mama C. Tamanda Kadzamira, former first lady Callista Mutharika for gracing the ceremony.
"This year whether one wants is or not is a year of victory for all Malawians," he adds.
"MEC and Mutharika tried to fight Malawians, but Malawians still triumphed. They tried to stop the bills, but Parliament passed them. They're still fighting Malawians.
"We want them to know Malawians will triumph again. This is a month in which Malawians will show how united they are.Some people were trying to divide the party but they have failed, he said.
Chakwera doffed off to Sidik Mia, the party's vice president for stepping aside.
MCP happy to go into an alliance with UTM to fulfill the wishes of Malawians, he adds.