Bishop Msusa asks government to listen to crying Malawians

Leader of the Catholic Church in Malawi, Bishop Thomas Luke Msusa of Blantyre Archdiocese, has asked the Tonse Alliance government to listen to grievances that Malawians are expressing and address them.

Msusa was speaking in Blantyre during a celebration for the Archdiocese’s patron, Holy Mary.

Archbishop Msusa: Govt must listen to the cries of Malawians

He said ignoring the grievances and hoping that they will solve themselves cannot in any way help the country and urged government to use the taxes it is collecting from poor Malawians wisely. He added that the church will continue speaking against corruption, suppression and nepotism.

“Many people including the youth are suffering in this country. The youth have no jobs. As Catholics, we will always speak what government can like and what it cannot like. Government should listen to the problems that Malawians are having,” explained Msusa.

Director of Centre for Social Accountability and Transparency, Willy Kambwandira, told the local media that no country can develop amidst high cases of corruption.

“Where there is corruption, no country can develop. Our Agenda 2063 cannot be achieved amidst corruption,” Kambwandira said.

But Minister of Information, Gospel Kazako, said government will continue engaging different stakeholders in addressing problems the country is facing.

“Malawi history cannot be written without the Catholic bishops. We have heard what they have said and we have respected what they have said. I am happy that they have stressed that there is need for continued discussions. This is a listening government and we cannot ignore what Malawians are complaining,” explained Kazako.

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Nelson mwase
Nelson mwase
8 months ago

The govt should listen to what the people are saying, coz their are there coz of the same people complaining, we have them a job to lead us but now they are taking us otherwise, we have the right to change our mindset during next election, we want leaders who hav a listening ear not leaders who are mean, we want things to change, thats what you promised us, but goods keep on going up as if the govt is sleeping, the govt should wake up otherwise you will save for 1 term if things don’t change, you are not… Read more »

Jah
Jah
8 months ago

Take care tonse

franco
franco
8 months ago

This country is like a patient in intensive care requiring serious attention of a Surgical Doctor, though in pain the patient needs to try to be calm for the Doctor to carryout surgical duties for proper healing.

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