Mutharika must stop playing double standards on foreign trips, cashgate

It is not a secret that in the last 15 months, President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika (APM) has attended SADC, COMESA and African Union (AU) summits (twice).Loose cannon

APM has also spent luxurious nights at the legendary, upscale and historic Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, in Midtown Manhattan while attending the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in the United States last year. I can bet he can’t resist the temptation of having another go on Waldorf Astoria when the world converges on New York for another UNGA this month.

Larger than life entourages have accompanied APM on his foreign sojourns at the expense of the poor taxpayer and against the backdrop of a deteriorating economic order in Malawi, ranked the poorest country in the world by the World Bank.

The entourages have included women members of his Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) who have accompanied him to as far as New York. They have danced for him before world cameras while clad in blue party regalia. The more things change, the more they remain the same, so goes an adage!

In June, 2015, APM flew to Maputo to attend Mozambique’s National Day Celebrations. Two months later, in August, 2015, the President delegated Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. George Chaponda to fly to Gaborone, Botswana to attend the SADC Heads of State Summit, on his behalf.

He claimed he will not afford to flying around when the Malawi economy is in bad shape owing to theft of public money at Capital Hill, popularly known as ‘cashgate’.

Now wait a minute. Who does APM take Malawians for? Surely for fools, I suppose. When did our President know about ‘cashgate’ and that it had negatively impacted on the national economy because all along he has been flying around? In fact, the President has just returned from Dalian in China where he attended the World Economic Forum when the Malawi Kwacha continues to nose-dive against major world currencies.

His delegation in China was huge. He had invited remnants of the civil society to accompany him, including the remaining voice of the voiceless such Mr. Fryson Chonzi, who this far appeared one of the strongest who would refuse to be bought at any cost.

The President will in the next couple of days be on the plane, again, heading for New York for UNGA on a completely taxpayer-funded trip. My goodness!

So, all talk about austerity measures and failure to travel to Botswana for the SADC summit is about playing double standards. APM is simply being pretentious and sending wrong signals to Malawians and Malawi’s cooperating partners to attract undeserved goodwill.

The President doesn’t simply care about the serious economic malaise that has attacked the very livelihood of an ordinary Malawian. Today, an ordinary Malawian has to grapple with the disturbing effects of frequent electricity blackouts, water shortages, rising commodity prices, shortage of medical supplies at public medical facilities, drastic cuts in food rations at hospitals and the list is endless!

One may ask, when APM talks about ‘cashgate’ having negatively affected the economy, which cashgate is he referring to? Is it the K24billion ‘cashgate’ of 2013 that the Joyce Banda administration investigated through Baker Tilly or the K577billion currently under investigation, that happened between 2009 and 2012 when his brother late Bingu wa Mutharika was President and he was Minister?

Under APM’s watch, an Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) senior official Isaa Njaunju was brutally murdered and very little seems to happen to bring the murderers to book. This has raised eyebrows of Western ambassadors that someone may deliberately be interfering with the process with a view to pervert the course of justice, the rule of law and good governance in Malawi.  As this is not enough, robbers broke into the house of a German embassy staff to steal documents related to the K577 billion ‘cashgate’ audit.

Memories are still fresh that in 2011, late President Bingu wa Mutharika did not attend UNGA following some worst economic challenges that time.  What is going to take APM to accept that he has taken our country to the lowest level ever and that it is not time to bury his head in the sand?  When is APM going to understand that as a leader, he needs to make sacrifices and he must appear to be suffering along with Malawians other than jumping from one Mapwevupwevu to another.

APM must sit up and listen to experts on how best he can repair the economy. Instead of wasting time accusing his predecessors for the current economic mess, APM must go to work. Instead of attending UNGA and meeting provincial premiers in Dalian, China, APM will do Malawians a huge favour if he speeds up investigations into the death of the policeman who died at Goliati following DPP-orchestrated political violence. The police told us they had found the deceased mobile phone with an employee of Ndata Farm, which is clue enough.

Malawians deserve to know why Mr. Njaunju of ACB was brutally killed; we must know who broke into the German’s residence in Lilongwe to steal the K577billion investigation documents.

“Promising too much can be as cruel as caring too little.” –Bill Clinton

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62 thoughts on “Mutharika must stop playing double standards on foreign trips, cashgate”

  1. peeping lizard says:

    Amalawi timagomere kuti maprezdent adzitchedwa Dr,professor, tiyeni tione maiko monga USA,RSA,China,RUSSIA,amangotchedwa mr prezdent.kuonjezera apo kodi petulo anapanga professise chani kuti akhale professor

  2. Nyachi says:

    there is no harm for the president to travel but there should be limit in the number of trips and people accompanying him to cut costs moreover its our taxpayers money boma lilibe gulosale as Bakili said. secondly the trips should be followed with tangible success stories to beneft malawi as a country osati kugopita ku china kukadya nkhono nkumati dziko lamalawi lipindula ayi nyasi zimenezo, we need those promises to be turned into realities infrastractures should be visible sizomangokamba mutakhuta njoka zam’madzi ku chinako ai. Pitala should not be wasting time talking about JB cashgate era leaving Bingu’s cashgate report from 2009 – 2012, he must do something in order to arrest this spirit of corruption, Dausi zkuchitazo ndizabwino? what does Pitala say about it? what about the ballots papers for Lilongwe constituency that were gutted by fire by the same DPP gurus to distort evidence? mukutipo chani a Pitala? komatu kunjakuno Mulungu alipo ndipo amaona, amadziwa zonse, la forty lidzakukwanira Pitala, if you failed to slove academic freedom saga ndiye mavuto achuluka kumalawi ungawakwanitse? osamangofuna mpando wonona koma nzeru zoyendetsera dziko mulibe. uphunzitsi wa zamalamulo ndi kuyendetsa dziko ndi zinthu ziwiri zosiyana

  3. Makwasa says:

    Lets take to the streets, this fool is taking us for granted.

  4. Nyenyezi says:

    You DPP gurus shut up your big mouth and keep quite, dont pretend that inu ndiye zikukuyenderani yet mumakhala tsiku osadya chakudya akusangala ndiamene ali m’maudindo okha, tasiyani zomangobereka kumbuyo Pitala, zikuthandizani chani. Malawians lets come together and chop pitala out of presidency in 2019 moreover anachita kubera, it doesn’t matter kuti he overstayed abroad ndiye amabwera kuti azalamulire anthu woti sakudziwa mavutoo awo, ndiye atithandiza bwanji, azipita ku UK komweko azikaphunzitsa dzikoli alamulire anthu amene angamvetse zamavuto amene amalawi tikukumana nawo ndikuchitapo kanthu.

  5. Ndatani says:

    The demise of one professor (APM) will improve the livelihood of millions of Malawians. Let us wish for a cardiac arrest or whenever necessary to forget about the professor so that our beloved country gets back on track. It sound brutal but it is a necessary evil deed for our survival.

  6. victim Chamkhuni Lwazazi says:

    Some of us, in DPP, do not blame the President, but his advisers. Are they afraid of telling him the truth about the suffering Malawians or he does not listen. All the same, possibly it may be due to the fact that he overstayed in the US. He is now improving in getting the reality about village life or town slum difficulties in Malawi anyway. All class teaching is not the same as running a poor nation. I believe we should give him time.

  7. Dwambazi says:

    Only 36% voted for him. 64% can take him out, let’s mobilize folks enough is enough.

  8. Watcher 30 says:

    Malawi is dead with this clueless professor.Why hoodwinking Malawians with Joyce Cashgate while himself also is a beneficiary of a collosal cashgate during his brother’s time?How many cashgaters have been prosecuted from his failed Dpp party?.Mutharika should stop playing saint.Malawians are watching.The economy has totally gone in shambles.High rate of unemployment at the moment and life is becoming unaffordable for an ordinary Malawian.He should expect massive demonstration very soon!!!!!!!!! B

  9. Donald Malanga says:

    Its my prayer that may God finds the way of throwing Jonnah back into the sea. Our country is now in tartus because of few political elite who cannot listen to the plite of Malawians. All politicians shud read ezekiel 34 vs 1………….

  10. khisa kayoka says:

    owayz a opposition will remain the most stupid in the world of politics,the president z trying day n night to different stakeholders to help our poor Malawi some says akuononga ndalama,kkkkkkkkk nanu anyasatimes solutions mukapanda kulemba za Peter sitingawelenge nkhani zanu,tithakuwelenga,nde osamangolembe zilizonse.

  11. fauzia says:

    I do understand that the Head of State and the Executive cannot resolve all our economic and social challenges, but they need to set the performance standard and put in place checks and balances that will enable the implementation of changes we need. Stories of how Dausi is managing are an indication we have not learnt anything and life is the same. This need to stop. As a nation we need to work on the huge imbalance between our imports and exports. Where we can serve financial resources, we need to do so. We need some order and decency in the way everyone operates. We are a nation where anyone does what he/ she feels is good. These cannot take us any where. Leaders and those in high offices need to be accountable. We are not that dull and stupid to keep this status quo.

  12. fela says:

    we have the most useless president ever.useless to the extent that he is controlled by his wife and bodyguards at state house.

  13. Digo says:

    Those who rush to comment happens to know nothing about economic issues. They compare pocket money nd country economy! Be learned and you will achieve objectivity.

  14. Dr Mbewe says:

    Kodi simudziwa kuti Peter ndi chitsilu?. His interest and that of dpp is to plunder Malawi’s resources, the poorest country on earth. Osamva chisoni ndi dziko lake. Foolish president

  15. Hendrix says:

    Kodi Bwana APM pliz za doko ziri pati ku nsanje??????? mommuja mpaja pano zooona??? ife tikufuna mukonze zimenezi joyce banda anayika njanji zokomatu izi nanga inu Doko lomwe achimwene anu anayambitsa muzayimaliza liti????? kodi ngati inu simupitiriza ati azamarize ndani????? tikufuna doko litheeeee chonde

  16. Pumbwa says:

    Bambo a Chiumia kungokukumbutsani mwaiwalanso za kutenthedwa kwa warehouse ya MEC ku lilongwe APM akudziwanso zimenezi, paja zinachitika bwalo la milandu litangolamula kuti tiwelengenso ma voti a dela lina mu lilongwe.

  17. kk says:

    Ku CHINA anaononga ndalama zingati? Nanga wabwela ndi zingati? K17 billion Malawi kwacha, ulendo wapindula uwu kamba za ma ulendo ena inu odana ndi DPP

  18. Telling the Truth says:

    This is indeed an objective article. What the article is saying is that the president stop making exaggerated claims that his trips are a success when the economy is sinking-the Kwacha is losing value and therefore pushing up the cost of living for ordinary Malawians. Secondly he should stop blaming cashgate which started during his Brother Bingu’s regime and deliver the positive results. He promised Malawians that he has the solutions to the problems caused by cashgate. As for China it is a dictatorship. The freedoms that we take for granted here do not exist in China and Russia. I have never heard of genuine refugees going to Russia or China except Snowden who is a criminal suspect.

  19. Deambazi says:

    What people are forgetting is that Mathanyula got the presidency through the back door. Having said that he is the president now and should stop blaming his failures on anybody. He should focus his energy on solving this country’s woes regardless of whose fault it is, that is what he signed up for. I hope He didn’t think being a president was a breeze, his biggest challenge is to turn the economy around and let the people know what he is doing about the pathetic situation he has dragged us into.

  20. Denguzman says:

    APM, APM, APM, Anthu awa mukumwera limodzi coffee akufuna kuti muyaluke a President,kumaonetsetsa mmene dziko likuyendera otherwise trusting too much George Chaponda and Mwanamveka mudzakhumudwa last minute coz these two ali ndinjala kwambiri yomakwera kwera ndege and they dont care whether their fellow Lomwez are sleeping wthout food and we kno that these pipo are the ones misleading u. Izi ndiye ndi zimodzi mwanjoka zimene mukuweta mu boma lanu.

  21. chalaza says:

    mukandilumbilitsa tsiku lomwelo pita kukatsekula doko ku nsanje. Ife kumaombela manja

  22. bottomani says:

    Joyce Banda was the author of cashgate as a minster in Bingus administration and also as Pres during her reign. I rest my case.

  23. Max B says:

    Most times problem solution after regreting is had

  24. Inu says:

    I think if we are to move forward we need to use facts. This is not time for politics. 577 billion Kwacha is from 2009 to 2014 ans close to 400 billion is during Amai time 2012-2014. This is defending DPP but I think as a nation we need to put Amai ib perspective. Donors kniw the real truth and do not rely on these stories to make decisions. We need to pursue the truth for our own turnaround. It is high time that we accept tha JBs government was very porous. Failure to do so will only make us empty tins just political for own demise

  25. Mphongozidana Ndau says:

    It is very unfortunate that you expect the President to deliver for Malawians at the same time you don’t want the President to travel. How then is he going to bring us the much needed development.

    Let the President travel because for sure I know the President wouldn’t just travel for the sake of it. All I know this President does not like traveling. Where he has travelled, he knows there is something good for his country, Malawi.

  26. W. PHIRI says:

    We comment on MK24 billion cashgate money by PP Government. The money should not have been stolen if we had proper mechanism. What is happening to report of MK577 billion under DPP? Is there going to be arrests ? Earlier on there is Dausi issue. Anybody following up?

  27. bambo says:

    Its his time let him enjoy, as others did.

  28. Big Boy says:

    i think some Malawians would want just to find faults with Peter. Kupezerana zifwuka just because you didnt vote for him as President.

  29. Mwana akachita bwino aliyense amati ndiwathu koma akanyula siwathu. Munthu wozolowera mavuto kukhala naye pamodzi ndi tchimo inu anthu akumene mumati kuMalawi kovotako musalire tsangalarani osatinamiza.

  30. MKWAPU says:

    K700 per $
    Munya thus what u wanted
    Consider going on the street thus the only way

  31. GRM says:

    iiiii ? is JB better than APM or APM better than JB? Please spare us. These are clueless bad leaders. So what is your point of cleaning up JB? Mukusokoneza mfundo zanu zabwino ndi ndale

  32. Jali says:

    Hahaha. So this can be Post of the Day? Lets see how many comments you will have agreeing with you.

  33. Zolo says:

    Koma dziko lino mavuto ndiye pano afika povuta. Nthawi ya Amayi magetsi samazima ngati mmene zilili panomu, ngati sazima magetsi, a waterboard atseka madzi. Kumadzifunsa kuti koma mdziko muno tili ndi mbusa – ngati alipo akukhala dziko lake liti kulira kwa anthuku sakukumva. Mulungu akuwona zonsezi kodi ngati ku ESCOM ndi BWB anthu akulephera ntchito osawachotsa bwanji ndikulemba anthu oti adzayendetse bwino ma companiwa. Paja amati ukakwelammwamba usati mansi palibe mame. tsiku lina nawonso adzachokapo pampandowo azatipeza pansi pano. Koma uli ndi kopita mpaka utapita koma poti kwathu ndi konkuno ndiye tipanga bwanji.

  34. Lottie says:

    The piece of writing lacks critical thought and attracts questions regarding its motives. Malawi is a member of several regional and international organisations. Is it wrong for the president of this country to attend meetings organized by such organisations? How do we project our interests in the international arena if such meetings are not patronized? Where is it written that the president is only supposed to attend a SADC summit once? What is the link between ACB activities and the president’s New York trip? Why do you not provide the statistics reflecting the expenditure of the presidential trips so that we can measure whether the opportunity cost is higher? If anything, JB was even more itinerant that PM. What solid relevant recommendations (that are based on fact) have you drawn from your writing?

    There are indeed a number of areas that PM has to jack up. However such writings do not help anybody as they are loose and flat.

  35. pido says:

    Thom, life is a game. You can win some times but you do not expect to be the winner all the time. God is watching

  36. ... says:

    And sanati.
    This useless lomwe mbendera/nyirenda gouvernment has chartered an aeroplane he used to go to China. And has chartered the same aeroplane in his trip to US for the UN meetings. And as usual booked rooms for the whole delegation to Waldorf Astoria one of the most expensive hotels in NYC.
    This is the worst leadership since 1994.

  37. Mlauzi says:

    Dzulo kunyumba kwanga kunalibe madzi and even water from the geyser anatha. Lero madzi ayamba kutuluka koma hot water samatuluka. I put a thumb on the hot water tap as I was told by experts to restore the hot water by pressurising the geyser. Nanga ndikanasamba ozizira azombwee? In the process my geyser got burst and water is leaking through the ceiling, meaning I have to have the geyser repaired by a plumber and the ceiling repaired by a carpenter. Who is going to pay for labour and materials? Indeed who is going to pay my water bill? Over the weekend we also had a serious outage of electricity.

    Honestly if I were to rank the performance of past and present leaders I would rank them as follows:

    No 1 – HKB
    No 2 – (Bingu) – 1st term only, 2nd term was a disaster.
    No 3 – JB
    No 4 – Chair
    No 5 -The incumbent.

    So APM has his work cut out for him. He really has to work hard on reversing the economic decline. All is not lost yet as 2019 ndikale. Komabe since people are suffering now he really has to bend his back and perform. Just to give a simple example, zakudya zankhuku (Proto broiler starter) zomwe tinkagula 19 pin early this year tsopano ndi 21 pin. Prices of soap, cooking oil, food, clothes, school fees – just to mention a few have now gone to the roof. This is our lamentation.

  38. dadaboma says:

    Those who had voted for APM and DPP have betrayed Malawi. What APM and DPP are doing is what they can do, and is what we knew they’re capable of doing. APM is dead wood; there is nothing the wise can say that APM will ever understand. Malawi had set itself on a path for self-destruction when they rejected to vote for Dr Joice Banda; from that time Malawi is dead. And the hope for Malawi still remains Dr JB, not anyone else.

  39. kil says:

    Nice article .APM and JB onse amakonda maulendo remember how Joyce matako ake samakhala pansi lelo ali uku mmawa Ali apa.

  40. Fingo says:

    It is high time someone started keeping a ‘log table’ of APM’s trips, firings and re-deployments, reversals of policy e.t.c. There is nothing like hard statistics to show the hypocrisy of a person like APM. He will keep blaming donors, the opposition and CSOs when his own inconsistencies and lack of clarity are to blame.

    Leaders are entitled, but not compelled to attend the UNGA each year – in fact many attend after an interval of several years, but you can bet your bottom Kwacha that even if he is sick, and no matter what the state of the Malawi economy, APM will attend all 5 UNGAs before his term expires in 2019. I doubt that Kamuzu attended this many in his 30 year rule…And its not just the UN, APM does not miss a chance to go to the USA. In his less than 15 months in office this should at least be his fourth trip to the USA. Talk about accumulating ‘frequent flier’ mileages…

  41. matako a pusi says:

    I think the state president is justified to travel and attend international meetings only that he has to reduce the number of people ge travels with

  42. Chidzukulu says:

    Komatu zinazi mulemba mutopa. Naye Joyce ankayenda samakhala pansi, akangobwera kuchoka kunja kwake kunali kuzungulurira dziko lonse adalibe office. Olankhula adalankhula koma sanamve. Muluzi naye ankayenda olankhula ankalankhula. Ndie uyu akangokhala osaenda mukuti ku Malawi kulibe prizident, akaenda mukuti akuononga ndalama zamisonkho. Chabwino ndi chiti? Mulira mutopa. Ndikakhala ine ndimadziwa kuti nthawi yanga yolankhula imakwana through the ballot chifukwa zolembalembazi mmmmm! Propaganda too much. Sindili ku Mozambique ine. Ndili mMalawi mommuno

  43. kenan kondowe says:

    When and I seat I wonder on how do Malawians think, memories are still fresh when peter muntharika was minister of education during the academic saga and UNIMA he failed to solve the issue instead his brother hide him by sending him to stay in USA for a month until the issue was calmed down by the academics themselves and I remember. Malawi’s relationship with western countries start to get row until today things are worse. But come voting time you go and vote for him what do you expect from him? Nothing but problem so you have two option to face the problem or take APM out!

  44. Unknown Liam Nelson says:

    It’s as clear as devils ass, to see through all the reports and allegations even a blind, deaf, and a mute person can make sense that all is openly happening in the country and no one can do anything about it. So just watch the show and get a bucket of popcorn and see how it ends. According to movies the villan always loses but here it’s the opposite. It’s like monopoly get 200 and pass go kikikikikikikikikik

  45. Mo says:

    Lero tukasengulira Chilazulu Ptc kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk koma ziliko

  46. Professional Vendor says:

    If you listern to people definitely you will achieve nathing in this world. People are there just to pull others down. Please Malawians, lets start giving constructive advice not always having a RED PEN to find a fault. That will not help

  47. Mwana Mai says:

    Ng’oma yolira kwambiri siyichedwa kung’ambika!! Timvera kwa iwo, Kaka.

  48. Chimphamba cha Nedi says:

    The article seems to be a mixed basket and not well thought out. One would wonder whether the writer would like to suggest that APM should not travel, especially the anticipated trip? or is it that he should travel with a little group that would be technical? Does the writer suggest that “DPP cash gate ” related murder is not given much attention. How does the murder of the police man at Goliati come in here? There is no focus in this article and I am afraid to say ” poor journalism”. I am no fun of DPP. But Nyasa Times should assess articles in order to tick. This article may only succeed to insinuate anger in simple minds. Read it twice. You guess will be as good as mine….SCATTERED!

  49. Happy Eduardo says:

    APM undertakes very important trips only unlike JB. Don’t you think?

  50. Nyanja says:

    Polofesa olephera ngati uyu sindinamuonepo

  51. Dominic says:

    Malawians, ntchito ndizosiyana, If you are a gardener, expect your privileges to differ from those of Executive Directors/Chief Executives – you can deny it or not BUT this is a fact.

  52. ongani says:

    lOOSE CANNON, first let me thank you for writing your article at least in palatable form. However one more thing is needed, BE BRIEF. We don’t have the whole day to read your long article.So brievity is the way to go.KUFUPIKITSA NKHANI KUKUFUNIKA APA.
    You are stupid and I am writing you personal and instantly using your above named email.

  53. kadamanja says:

    What do you expect from Mr Ibu a cartoon president, I hope he has seen this article. This is a useless president Malawi has ever had. I dont he deserve to live.

  54. james says:

    History & economics bare witness. No country has ever developed following an austerity package. In order to develop, one ought to spend. It is simple really, input = output. You put in nothing, you get nothing. In this case, the state needs foreign investment. How does one attract this FDI, marketing & marketing & more marketing. How does one market, you visit or court the possible investors. That is part of leadership but the author is unaware of this. The level of knowledge demonstrated by the author is as good as the knowledge available to year 4 students. So simplistic & unthinking. So archaic. Perhaps the question ought to be, what should the whole head of state do just seating at home when he could be promoting the country to potential investors? Such people should not be given the opportunity to write, to spur such garbage. And yes, perhaps the head of state slept in a nice hotel but all hotels in NY are pretty expensive. Where is he to hold the meetings with investors, on the streets? Shut up if you have nothing tangible to say instead of exposing your utter ignorance.

  55. james says:

    This article does not deserve to be posted on a serious new website.Not only does the author lacks the common sense but the author lacks an appreciation of the economy or how the world political system works. The author talks about austerity in connection with the trips that the President has undertaken. The question to this author is simple: what should the president do? And what experts is the article talking about because these same experts led the country down this treacherous path. Do not merely shout out experts, experts. The country needs marketing, one ought to court investors to the country. This article lacks substance & is poorly written, learn to write constructively. Go back to school.

  56. Lazaro Chakwera Akazi says:

    The more you talk ill about Mutharika the more popular he becomes. The guy is pensive. He looks at the big picture for the country while the rest of you look at daily bread. Short-termism is your problem. Mutharika has to travel and bring in required capital to kickstart the economy and not simple bread and butter. You do not understand the type of austerity measures we need as a country. What you are suggesting is the same as advising a transport company not to procure new tyres to replace worn out ones in order to save money. That is freezing the life blood of that organisation.

  57. Robert Zingani says:

    I don’t think the President Peter Mutharika is spending money but he is saving for the best of malawi nation! Mutharika woyee!

  58. The real ujeni says:

    President Peter Mutharika just talk about the economy but does nothing, clueless that is. Joyce Banda walked the talk on economy. Joyce Banda saved this country Malawi from ruins, apart from stopping cashgate, bringing Forensic auditor to audit the government system, she also excellent in reviving the economy which which was in intensive care unit. She also was clear on what she was doing. While Peter Mutharika does not know what he is doing. The best to him is to jump from one plane to another and on arrival back home to declare that the trip was successful kikikikikiki

  59. drzeus says:

    Good article but sugar coating Joyce Banda, its a fact that the PP led government stole K24billion, why should u include “Joyce Banda administration investigated through Baker Tilly….”. You r shielding her!

  60. chifundo wa allena says:

    Hahahaha my homland….as concerned citizen mmmm its too much!!!

    1. villager says:

      have a lean cabinet take the whole village as presidential entourage

  61. alabyula champu says:

    Mauto a mwidyinji mpaka kalakala

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