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Hakuna Matata
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Hakuna Matata

Malawi Crocodile Party always reactive. Nothing on the menu to tell Malawians apart from waiting in ambush looking for any dark spot of DPP. Mukadzaluza ndiye muzizati mwaberedwa. Ma CSO mmene akuflopelamo muyesa akuthandizani. Chipani cha pa Zodiak ndi ku court basi?

Yahya Jammeh
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This is exactly what Ntaba said when he stated that we follow the Britisih system of government. The British Prime Minister does not delegate, but goes to Parliament to answer MPs’ questions there and then. I guess Ntaba didn’t know what he was talking about, he shot himself in the foot. I will rule Gambia for a billion years.

benjones
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He!he!he!he I wait to see

diffi
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I am in support of the notion but not with an intention to HUMILIATE the president.
why was it unnecessary then?
this question can be answered by the laws too.
to embarrass the president who we all know has no exceptional design to control anger, I we should all think and act by guarding our emotions.

present your ideas and remove the word stretcher so that our president can ably govern

Charlie
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Charlie

It would be interesting to have Mutharika answer questions in parliament! It is not the same as talking to MBC TV reporters on the (Know your president ?) programme. I don’t think he is capable of answering questions on pertinent issues concerning Malawi.We shall be looking forward to the implementation of the new standing orders. Oooooh! Also there will be need to have a stretcher ready in parliament buildings in case someone collapses during question time.