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Keen Observer
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Keen Observer

Ya apa Boma linali kwa kupitriza chisangalalo after tragedy. Now let’s talk the Mphwawo story here cos mwatsoka ma comment that side. We talked long time that this case or this issue is not adding up. Attempted murder? Aaaaa it was crystal clear to a layman like me that something was wrong. Kusamba range mutulutseni basi.

Kapinga
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Kapinga

Oh shame…Ning’ang’a this, Mazaza that,what a sorry bunch of idiots!

Dipipi wa yudifu
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Dipipi wa yudifu

Dpp takes the stadium as their property or a home property. It was Ning’ang’a who said this stadium will not be run like Kamuzu Stadium and even mentioned that they will not tolerate free matches there when he refused at the last minute to have a well organised match to be held there. This is not the end of tragedies there.

Joseph Moyo
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Joseph Moyo

All along my comment was the delay in opening gates was the cause of the stampede. The trend is open gates early and close when full and when exiting open all the main gates. The Police were over whelmed and they are not at fault… there problem was sending less manpower as more were deployed to National prayers where there was total order.
On Ning’ang’a I salute your brave and honest stand. Very few would come out and say am to blame. Everyone these days point finger at Police as scapegoat. May the souls of 8 kids RIP

Maunits
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Maunits

When we say this government is a killer people do not listen in this country. When did you hear that a man has died at independence celebrations since 1966. This is sad note, how can the government not quash the match for mourning the tragedy but they carried on to play while 8 bodies are laid in the mortuary of innocent Malawians who wanted to celebrate. The dpp is blood party and they wanted this blood.

Zoona
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Zoona

When Mr Ning’anga asked why the gates were not opened when there were many people outside Mr Mazaza told the Stadium Manager to stay out of it as it was the Organising Committee decision. It is people like Mazaza who must be punished and moved out of the Ministry. Ning’anga is Grade D but Mazaza who is merely a Grade F always sabotages the stadium manager.