Nnesa gives APM jabs for ‘inconsistencies, incoherence’ in BBC interview

Some Malawians have taken it to social media and radio phone in programmes to express reservations on the way President Peter Mutharika answered questions on BBC HardTalk interview programme on Monday, saying there were lots of inconsistencies and incoherence.

Nnesa: We are confused

Nnesa: We are confused

Mutharika said on BBC that cashgate- the looting of public resources at Capital Hill – hit the country so hard and will take time to jump start the economy after donors withdrew their budgetary support.

Speaking in an interview Tuesday morning with Capital Radio’s DayBreak Malawi programme, Mafunde president George Nnesa said Mutharika’s interview on BBC showed the Head of State is clueless on how to improve the ailing economy.

“We are very confused, we don’t know what to do,” said Nnesa in reference to Mutharika’s declaration that Malawi can do without traditional donors who have left Malawi due to mismanagement of their money.

Nnesa said the donors are still giving aid to Malawi through injecting directly into projects instead of budgetary support.

Rumphi East MP Kamlepo Kalua told Finance Minister Goodall Gondwe in parliament to get back to work and be serious in fixing the economy than blaming the infamous cashgate.

Kalua had been showing that the executive arm of government had been extravagant and corrupt which led to huge sums of money being used on senseless budgets citing the purchase of top of the range vehicles for the executive and the missing over close to 200 tractors meant for poor subsistence farmers who were supposed to migrate from hoe farming to mechanised farming.

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Chikakuda Chakuda
Guest

Let’s pray for our country I have no side on this but what have we done ourselves to improve the situation. Lets take part to improve the situation of our economy for our betterment and the whole country as a whole

Independent Diplomat
Guest

What can Kaluwa and Mnesa tell Malawians. These two are total failures in life !!!! kkkkkkkkkk

Bentby
Guest

I have never seen a president clueless as him, everytime he attempted to answer the presenter, his answers were off the mark. He even discredited nyasatimes just to save his stinking fate. Our my village in nkhotakota my family, and the whole village lost their arable land to the commercial smallholder farmers for cane production. But on BBC interview he dubiously ignored it. People are suffering due to his policies. Worthy people are flirting on the heads of poor

Patricia Kaliati
Guest

THE PRESIDENT IS AN IDIOT

Munthu wamkulu kwambiri
Guest
Munthu wamkulu kwambiri

A Mnesa. Chili kwa mnzako umati chigwire nyanga

James kotoki
Guest

Honestly Malawi has just a figure head of a president

ernerst
Guest

the country does not have a leader.APM is a worthless clueless puppet who is always told what to done by brainless idiots at state house.

Fathi Shehaab
Guest

Unfortunately I did not listen to the ingerview,but my president struggles to put points acrosss dven on domestic scene,shts do u eect BbCsorlg known radio,bolanso a ntaba or nivkolas gaxxxx

Charombanthu
Guest

Some of you commenting here are commenting blindly and without thought and connection or any relation to the interview in question. I doubt that you have listened to the President’s interview with Zainab Badawi on BBC. What I read in Mnensa’s argument, and which is what I also got from our president, is that there are a lot of inconsistencies in what the president said. I am in the same boat with George Mnensa, I am equally confused after listening to this interview.

kasungu
Guest

MUSACHULUKE M’MZELU A NNESA. KU BALAKA MUNACHITA CHIYANI.? MWAKHALA A NNESA ANGATI PA U MP? THE FUNGURE IS ALSO POINTING AT YOU. MUSAKHALE NGATI A JELO AKU M’MAWA.

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