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santana
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santana

Mr Kunkuyu should remind us if there is any head of state in the past who attended and answered questions in Parliament. He was in governments of Bingu and Amayi. Did they once attended this silly law? Did Muluzi abide to this parliamentary law? If the previous presidents did not see the importance of this arrangement why should APM find any credibility in it? APM should not as well waste time answering questions from these dunderheads. On the issue of black-outs it seems no one in Malawi has the answer because even Chakwera himself has never conducted a press conference… Read more »

Longani pyanu
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Longani pyanu

Mbuzi ya chi Malawi iyi. Calling its country’s law a silly law. You mean people should not speak just because past leaders did not do what is right? Muluzi attended a question time session if if you want to be reminded

pathfinder
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pathfinder

If MBC is bothering and annoying you that much, why listening to it? I don’t think anyone would force you to listen to the radio that you don’t like. And i’m sure if you stop listening to it, MBC will realize that it’s losing its listeners. So you idiots stop complaining about MBC , they’re more private radio stations that you can listen to. Matumbo aamanu ndithu.

Dipipi wa Yudiefu
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Dipipi wa Yudiefu

A Pathfinder ndinu m’modzi mwa amene akubwezeretsa Malawi m’mbuyo. Ndimayesa MBCyo yimayendera misonkho yathu. Ngakhale asamamvere MBC ndiye kuti misonkho yathu atibwezera.

Gogodasi
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The only way to make MBC a fair and objective institution is for Malawians to mobilize themselves under the leadership of CSOs and bar the Director General from discharging his duties for a week. This is the only way he will realise that Malawians are serious and want MBC to benefit everyone. I’m saying this because all the silly decisions are taken by him even if someone else below him make such decisions, he is the one who is accountable to all Malawians and consequently he takes the responsibility.

getrude
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getrude

iwe moses ukufuna chani kweni kweni. zako zinada kale. Ukufuna utiuze chani. Iwe unali boma ndiye unabwereletsa chani. manyaka. zautsiru

Milano
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Milano

I like the balance in the story and of course the list of our problems currently…..

NZIKA
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NZIKA

I have said it time and again that this boy Kunkuyu should be counted as one of the fighters for our well being in this generation.
The issues raised in this statement are all what we the voiceless would want to be discussed. I don’t think the young man has anything to benefit from subsidised fertiliser but that issue is mentioned with passion definitely for my poor grand mother in the village.
God bless you

Morgan
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PS moses bear with me,do you really think the president can answer questions with our current situation? Let him give the SONA then go home.he has enough pressure. His cabinet is failing a lot.his party is failing him. They are busy piling him with lies.muthalika should not answer questions from chakwera,may be next year. Please please am not for peter and can’t vote for him,will vote Lazarus