MP Kalindo says ‘wear panties’ only on nude demo, says insults will not stop him

Mulanje South MP Bon Kalindo says he has been insulted and called all sorts of names since he announced his decision to make a nude match to force courts mete out death sentences to killers of people with albinism.

Kalindo alightin from a tricles at parliament: Ready to show he has the balls but holding demo in panty

Kalindo alightin from a tricles at parliament: Ready to show he has the balls but holding demo in panty

Kalindo has however said he is not relenting on his decision, saying the match will still take place on June 23 in Lilongwe despite the scathing attacks and criticisms from some sections of society.

“These people who are attacking me are wealthy, well to do and well protected people. I am doing this for the poor, vulnerable and marginalised group of people therefore am not shaken,” he said.

He, however, said that his lawyers have advised him that it would be against the law to match naked therefore he will put on an under wear and is advising others intending to join him to put on under wears and ladies put on bras in addition to knickers.

“I am not moved even by an inch by all what people are saying against me. Others are even saying am doing comedy, well let it be as long as it is for the good of people with albinism am not shaken,” he said.

Kalindo says he knows the death sentence exists in the country’s laws but it has not been used for many years and wants it used on those convicted of killing people with albinism.

Some civil rights leaders, including Billy Mayaya, say they will join Kalindo popularly known as Winiko on stand up comedy stage.

A group of women are said to have been organised to put on g-strings and bras to join the march. And some men with tight panties.

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10 thoughts on “MP Kalindo says ‘wear panties’ only on nude demo, says insults will not stop him”

  1. Bob Ambulajeaambulaje J says:

    Isn’t the so called human activists who made this law in active? During Kamuzu’s era, no man could kill another man for fear of being hanged to death but when multiparty Democracy came into being, these stupid activists argued that that the law is archaic hence it has been in active! Even Lucius Banda composed a song against the law” CHIGAWENGA CHOUMA MTIMA CHIMAPHA MUNTHUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!! NGATI BOMA LICHIBWENZENZERA ZASIYANA PATIIIIIIIIIIII X2 SINGING! SO who is to blame the government or the stupid activists?

  2. Gonthankutu says:

    My friend the Analyst and others, I think you can now appreciate the importance of having a lawyer as a leader. Much of what you say cannot be dictated by the president. Don’t you know that there is separation of power amongst the Executive, Judiciary and Legislature? If you have a country where the president issues orders to courts, won’t that be a dictatorial state? If any of the advisors of APM can read my article, please convey my thanks to the president and tell him to stay focussed as he is doing. The very same insane people want to turn one day and say the president is not defending the constitution he swore to defend. this Kalindo Dude mumuone bwino ku DPPko. He knows he has no guts to do sensible things in his constituency and wants to buy sympathy and attention from unsuspecting people. I hear he is a star in night aviation, and his motives really serve his master the devil. When you see someone crying more than the bereaved, just know he has a personal cause! For those ladies who will strip themselves naked tomorrow, don’t be surprised if they will be tasted by some nyapalas and prisonwarders at Maula tomorrow.

    1. The Analyst says:

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      Gonthankutu
      . . . who would worry if APM shows his dictatorial tendencies on such an important issue as this?
      . . . and who doesnt know that APM is already a dictator?
      . . . . . . is it not APM who just woke up someday and upheld the suspension of the anti-gay laws?
      . . . . . . why is he failing to do the same now for the sake of protecting his own people?
      Does he have to show dictatorial tendencies on such useless issues as gay issues; and fail to do the same now?
      . . . So whats there for us to appreciate about the importance of having a lawyer for a president? useless as this professor of law is?
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  3. Gogodasi says:

    People including Mayaya must be careful. The law is clear on decency as walking with just a panty on is naked in Malawian terms definition of nakedness. Kalindo is enjoying immunity and may be spared from arrest by the police, but the followers I am afraid may be arrested for indecency. My standpoint is that Kalindo has miserably failed to use his negotiation skills (or he doesn’t have any at all) to convince his fellow law makers to support his cause. I expected him to stand firm in Parliament with a strong sense of purpose to get every MP behind him as was the case with Gwengwe when he raised the issue of legalizing the cultivation of chamba. Kaliati has already put her foot down that albino killers will never be killed, so what is the point of organising this madness? What I can see is that MPs are advancing their arguments outside Parliament which should not be the case because arguments MPs should inside Parliament that’s why it is called the August House so whatever they say should be recorded for future reference.If Kalindo and company succeed in this demonstration, I would like him to organize another one demanding our money back from Bingu’s offshore bank accounts if indeed this man is doing this madness out of passion as someone on this forum has claimed.

  4. MwanaMulanje says:

    March on, the Albino cause will remain current! it will be captured and probably beamed on Zodiac, Times, CNN and BBC. That a Member of the Honorable House has spearheaded this effort is remarkable. Even if no death sentence or executions resumed, it will still be a success in raising the profile of the the plight of our brothers and sisters with albinism. From now i will take this Winiko guy serous. A warrior, brave and a true Patriot!

  5. prof. Odiyayo says:

    International observer, you seem not to be international. Revolutionaries start with such kind of people. Kalindo is not insane as you, but a person moved by passion to serve others. that is what we call empathy. What the hon. Kalindo is doing is what patriotic citizen does. Extremism, though considered not appropriate for those at the centre, has been the ingredient for real change in most societies.

  6. mtumodzi says:

    I think Winiko is more wise than Lucius Banda..i support your the motion Hon Kalindo.

  7. Mgift says:

    THIS WLL YIELD NOTHING ,BECAUSE BIG PIPO ARE THE ONE WHO KLLS ALBINO PIPO , BUT GO AHEAD WINIKOCITS AGOOD IDEA.a

  8. International Observer says:

    This MP is truly insane. Does he want to tell the general public that he used this mode of transport from his constituency to get to Lilongwe? Some of these copy and paste antics will lead the country nowhere. So just because you want people to see you as Magufuli hence this nonsense? This Kalindo is indeed a Comedian cum Clown. Paja amati “Chitsilu chiri chonse chiri ndi mwini wache” – Awa ndi a DPP. Charles Simango amawatchula kuti “Dzitsilu za m’mudzi”. As everyone has rightly put it, instead of buying cheap sympathy from the unsuspecting public, why can’t this honourable introduce a point of discussion about the Albino plight in the August house other than the route he has chosen to take? These are the problems we should learn to contend with as long as we don’t specify the qualifications required for one to make it to parliament. Awa asiyeni apitilize kupereka Drama ya ulere kwa aMalawi.

  9. The Analyst says:

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    While this cause is noble, am afraid it will yield nothing!
    . . . You see, demonstrations only make sense if made against people with reason, hence a sense of shame.
    . . . African leaders are as unreasonable as they are unashamed of their failure or incompetence.
    Its therefore a waste of one’s time to stage a demonstratinon in a bid to pump reason into unreasonable people.
    . . . If you think am lying, check on yourself again after the 23rd. Nothing will change!
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    What you Kalindo could have done, is not to go beating about the bush as you are to do on the 23rd.
    . . .You and I know who has the power to instruct the courts to start slapping these foolish retards with a death sentence.
    . . . Just join hands with Association of Albinos in Malawi (which is also in deep slumber); and write a letter to APM, advising him to issue instruction to his courts. And wait for his response!
    . . . You may also wish to remind APM that this is one of the strategies used in Tanzania to contain the situation.
    If APM doesnt act, you will know he is the reason why Malawi is failing to tackle the problem.

    Otherwise, to demonstrate naked or however; will not yield the intended results if you keep avoiding confronting the one who holds key to the room with guns and bullets.
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