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Kaitano
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Kaitano

Uhu!! well written story and very brilliant, it has just touched my heart, with pains and tears are flowing inside of me. To start with, let me not point fingers on anybody here but the failure of our ability as parents and or guardians. If my memories are not cheating me, this started during the time of Mr Bakili Muluzi where people were given money like mandazi, surely we didn’t take it as a problem rather it was to help because that time we said money should be in peoples pockets. Thank you Mr Bakili Muluzi on that. Now to… Read more »

zangaphe
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From the comment above I can conclude that other people were just born to hate others on everything. May be Mr/Mrs Kaitano doesn’t know the history of beggars. It started long time ago even before the birth of Jesus Christ. This is in middle east where most Muslims originates. In Malawi it started during Kamuzu era i.e. people from Lowershire came in Limbe especially the blinds. So don’t just hate Bakili for the sake of hate nor hate any other leader on this.

Kaitano
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Kaitano

Read again, a hate statement can be followed by thank you.

Kaitano
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Kaitano

Well explained, i agree with you, that some people were just born to hate others as you have done here, if you read again my comment you can not find any word showing that i hate Mr Bakili Muluzi. what i have missed there its just history, History has proved me that am not old like you, you see?
At least you could have look after what i said Thank you Mr Bakili, Now………………………..that’s where i think you would have comment if you are here to comment after telling me the history.
Thank you.