Malawians have taken up on social media to express their disappointment over Mulanje South MP Bon Kalindo deceit.
Kalindo, a renowned comedian himself known as ‘Winiko’, had been telling local radios and newspapers that he would match naked on Thursday in protest against the increased abductions and killings of people with albinism in the country.
However, he turned up fully dressed with pants nearly reaching his knees and something to cover all his body and the head.
Writing on his Facebook wall, James Chavula of Nation Publications Limited summed it all when he said comedians have their own way of interpreting nudity.
One tweeted : “I am leaving the protest match, disappointed.”
Only one or two people were dressed in what can be described as underwears with their private parts literally protruding out attracting cameras.
In an interview, Kalindo , who is also ruling DPP deputy spokesperson, said he had dressed up to comply with the law.
The match started from Area 18 round about in Lilongwe to parliament where Rumphi east MP Kamlepo Kalua received the petition on behalf of the Speaker Richard Msowoya.
Kalua said parliament is working on Anatomy Bill which seeks to mete out severe punishment on people who abduct people with albinism or are found with body parts.
He was however fully dressed in a suit with a neck tie when he received the petition from the half naked protesters.
Chief of public relations at parliament Leonard Mengezi said Kalua had followed parliament’s dress code.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :