Information minister Jappie Mhango has asked proponents of federalism to accept that Malawians have rejected the system and move on.
Mhango said this after Dr. Bina Shaba, one of the proponents of federalism claimed the government influenced the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) to come up with what he described as doctored survey results.
But Mhango said this was strange.
“How can government influence PAC? The President told Malawians to debate on the matter. PAC is a credible organisation,” said Mhango.
He said proponents of federalism should concede defeat and accept the result.
The PAC survey shows 64 percent of Malawians rejected federalism but proponets of the system have called PAC all sorts of names including incompetency.
The proponents of the system have now called for a referendum but the government says the issue is now gone and closed.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :