Bye-bye MEC Commissioners: You will be remembered for being incompetent! 

Eight commissioners for the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) that served with the disgraced Jane Ansah are, officially, leaving office this Friday June 5 after expiry of their tenure of immense disservice to an innocent nation.

 Jane Ansah and her infamous MEC commissioners

As they leave, these infamous commisisoners— the Reverent Clifford Baloyi, the Reverend Killion Mgawi, Elvey Mtafu, Moffat Masten Banda, Yahaya M’madi, Linda Kunje and Jean Mathanga; they do so decorated with a medal of shame for managing a sham of an elections that was May 20 2019 Tri-partite elections.

There is little, if not nothing, to celebrate their work as commissioners because they go home, well-fed and well-taken care of by tax-payers, leaving behind a nation in turmoil because they did not do the right things they were supposed to.

Jane Ansah and the infamous seven will go down in history as that dark MEC that run the greatest electoral Ponzi scheme aimed at protecting a wayward government that Malawians rejected.

Deep in this scheme, Jane Ansah and the infamous crew, tactically, devised several heinous avenues of milking billions of kwachas from the State in the name of managing an election.

Equally baffling is when you peruse through the profiles of the infamous crew —plus Jane Ansah. Most of them are ‘distinguished’ men and women of God who, mistakenly, we believe should be holding the moral campus and leading the nation towards integrity.

Not Jane Ansah and her infamous crew.

They have scarred this nation so deep and wide that you wouldn’t shudder to see the least religious ones rattling against having people of collar in MEC again.

There will be several tributes, of course, to these infamous six; however, I opine, nothing will celebrate these.

They were incompetent, rude, corrupt, captured, senile, indecisive, boring—at worst, the vilest to have walked in the corridors of MEC.

As they leave, with those mountains of benefits, the tax-payer is left saddled with billions of debts they created because of their incompetence, greed and carelessness.

Well, the terrible experience with Jane Ansah and the infamous six at MEC is just another painful historical moment we need, as a nation, to pause and reflect on how best we can, in future, effectively and efficiently managing our elections.

Otherwise, the infamous six should be left to leave, for good—and never be allowed public service anymore.

In French they say, Au Revoir! [Goodbye]

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Mbewe
Mbewe
1 year ago

Vitsilu mabuya panile zikafike very incompetent and corrupt

Acton Chilunga
Acton Chilunga
1 year ago

Now enjoy reading Jane Ansah’s Ph.D thesis : “Unconstitutional illegal malpractices in the misconduct of elections: the case of an incompetent elections mismanagement body”.

The other commissioners, Mathanga and Moffat banda were busy buying PhDs from diploma mills. You don’t buy competences, you earn them . No wonder you were the worst ever commission under the sun !! What a shame !!

Good critic Mtamba
Good critic Mtamba
1 year ago

I fill sorry for their kids we will never be trusted again stupid commissioners

Meria Lungu
Meria Lungu
1 year ago

Kkkkk how can you marry jane ansa’s daughter? She will be as incompetent as her mother. A shame to the clan

Guest
Guest
1 year ago
Reply to  Meria Lungu

kkkkk

Thomas nkhontha
Thomas nkhontha
1 year ago

You are all a fucken piece of disgusting unprofessional incompetent shame. You are the reason why alot of money was wasted on court cases and the reason why malawi is been abused and DPP is ransacking governments money. U r the reason why the government is in the wrong hands. If we had a death penalty you should have been hang..but because we dont have a death penalty and beacase dpp is still in power for another 3 weeks. Please enjoy your hard work of putting DPP on government whilst it is still in government the last few days of… Read more »

Maliseche
Maliseche
1 year ago

Good riddance!

Maliseche
Maliseche
1 year ago

The most embarrassing bunch of people!

Changwe Abiud
Changwe Abiud
1 year ago

Only that we dont have the right word…
Badbye would have be suitable

President Chisokonezo

They should be held accountable for financial loss

Opportunist
Opportunist
1 year ago

They have messed up everything

Rex Nhongo
Rex Nhongo
1 year ago

But what did we learn from all this? Twice beaten twice shy. I am seeing the same thing repeating itself.

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