A famous cleric has urged Malawians not to vote for leaders who keep grudges against their political opponents, saying such people have great potential to abuse office.
Apostle Madalitso Mbewe of Cavalry Church said this on Sunday at his church in Zomba where he led congregants to pray for the May 21 peaceful elections.
“Such people who keep grudges have potential to destroy the country, they have potential to destroy the democracy and people will suffer under them,” he said.
He said good leaders forgive those that have wronged them.
Mbewe told the congregants that only good leaders will bring prosperity in the country.
Malawi goes to a highly contentious tripartite elections on May 21.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :