Bamusi tells Malawi CSOs to adopt ‘principles of integrity’: Govt to establish dialogue council

Presidential Advisor on NGOs and Civil Society, Mavuto Bamusi  has told civil society organisations in the country to adopt principles of integrity in their work.

Bamusi: There will be good working relationship

Bamusi: There will be good working relationship

He said CSOs to adopt principles of integrity in a bid to bring positive change to the nation, warning against careless and personal orchestrated demonstrations.

Bamusi made the call in Mangochi during an interface meeting with Mangochi Civil Society Network.

He observed that there was need for CSOs in the country to embrace a transformational approach in their operations to be in line with the changes happening in the public sector whereby there have been some reforms.

Bamusi encouraged CSOs to adhere to principles of accountability since government expects the civil society to lead by example in ensuring a transparent and corrupt free society.

“Let me also hasten to mention that the use of dialogue is very critical whenever we want to send messages to government and especially to the President who has deliberately broaden space for such engagement,” he said. “Since he (President Peter Mutharika) was sworn in 2014, he committed to protect the laws and the Constitution of this country.”

Bamusi pointed out the meeting was aimed at highlighting some of the opportunities available and challenges that CSOs perceive government would encounter in its drive to deliver some of the development milestones by the current administration citing the community colleges and the public sector reforms among others.

He, therefore, disclosed that government plans to establish a National Development Council whose duty would be to oversee all development projects initiated by past and present administrations to ensure continuity of such initiatives.

“Once this council is place, we expect that there will be continuity to development initiatives especially large scale projects like the community colleges we are talking about here. This special vehicle is being pushed to serve as a portal for the advancement of national development devoid of any political interference,” Bamusi pointed out.

He said the  Mutharika administration will continue to strive at creating an amiable environment in which NGOs would operate effectively and complement government in its national development programmes. –Additional reporting by Malawi News Agency

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18 thoughts on “Bamusi tells Malawi CSOs to adopt ‘principles of integrity’: Govt to establish dialogue council”

  1. Zidura Ntengo Undigwere says:

    Transparency and accountability should include, but not be limited to, making public the salaries of, say, the top twenty per cent earners. While you are at it, make sure all the NGOs register: this should be the first step.
    The rule should be “no more getting rich on the back of foreigners”, meaning the funding agencies. Some of which have rather spurious and political motives. Atikwana awa (we’ve had enough of their shenanigans).

  2. Nancholi says:

    We do not need any more councils or commissions, stop the Kwacha from free fall, improve the quality of life for poor Malawians, make sure Malawians can afford basic needs, have access to better health care, decent education, running water etc etc. not this stupidity you are talking about.

  3. Zanga Phe Basi says:

    Too many councils indeed most of which are just draining our tax money. Job creation for your zealots ….?

    Bamusi wadziwa liti zimenezi? Chisikono chomwe chasala pang’ono kukusamwacho wazerezeka nacho eti! U were too noisy during Bingu and JB reigns and now u want to be an angel. There is something behind your statement….ukubisala cashgate pajatu ikhobola wina aliyense okhudzidwa

  4. Kabwanda says:

    Bamusi, you are a traitor, go to hell with your stupid ideas.

  5. Elufe Johns says:

    Thus nonsense, let the CSO’s do what they know best and not your foolish integrity what what. Bamusi, you have lost your taste with your greediness, you are worthy flashing the toilet.

  6. zeze says:

    Che Bamusi amenewo, mulungu akuonatu zonse mukuchita. muzikumbukira kupemphera kuti ntchito yanu ikhale yamchoonadi
    Amen.

  7. Cocoon says:

    Bamusi does not like Malawi, only his house to be full, please my foot, who can take you seriously? very corrupted person!!!

  8. What about creating another ‘Council For Snakes’ headed by yourself BAMUSI

  9. Kodi iwe Bamusi ukumasuta chani masikuano kuti uzingozizimukazizimuka?

  10. here we malawians should learn something.These guys they make noise only if they want a position.they never represent the people.Bamusi today have plainly changed from nowhere.to an extent of being against his fellows.Today its Ntata who is making sharp noise.he was offered a small seat he denied.when they will give him a better seat.you will see him

  11. Bamusiyo says:

    Bamusi ndiye mbuzi ya munthu. He is noisy when he wants to gain something. Panopo he is the one blocking CSOs when the president is ready to hear what is constructive. Chindere chakufikapo.

  12. chinkombaleza gumanyundo gowa says:

    May be people can learn to speak the truth, and respect each other even when someone has goofed,

  13. Blessed Banda says:

    Too many councils. Is it part of creating employment? Consuming positions without productivity at all.

  14. Che BIKILONI says:

    Izi ndiye za chamba.

  15. PROFESSOR DR. JAMES NAPWIRI PHIRI says:

    useless dialogue council, aiming at draining taxpayers money

  16. he he he says:

    Look who is talking

  17. CHONCHOBE says:

    asatinamize a Bamusi iwowa pamene anali ED kwina kuja amalalata ndiye poti lero Peter anaika chibani kukamwa akukanika kulankhula kuti chingatayike chibanicho. asiyeni ma SCOs apange zomwe akudziwa ngati iweyo bamunsi unkachitira munthawi ya Bingu, ya Joyce ndi zina za choncho. Osatipaka phula kuti zonse zili bwino.

  18. uyuni says:

    Zoona

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