Students Union of Chancellor College (SUCC) president Sylvester Ayuba James scolded at presidential adviser on domestic policy Hetherwick Ntaba, the Sixth All-Inclusive Stakeholders Conference in Blantyre calling him a “ biggest hypocrite” .
Ayuba was hitting at Ntaba, saying he was not the right person to stand on higher moral ground and talk of hypocricy.
Apparently, Ayumba missed the remarks because it was United Democratic Front (UDF) spokesman Ken Ndanga who talked about hypocricy and not Ntaba as he alluded.
Nonetheless, Ayuba rapped Ntaba saying he was anti-democratic twerp who also misled late president Bingu wa Mutharika.
“I see in you the biggest devil, hypocrite,” Ayuba said in remarks targeted at Ntaba.
Ntaba spoke in defence of government, saying a lot of people in the country are beneficiaries of corruption, including the church, but they pretend a lot.
He said PAC has no moral ground to heap the blame of corruption on only government officials.
He said: “We are all beneficiaries of corruption. We are disgusted as much as you are. It is naïve to think that this is something that can only be done by those in power. We must change the approach and we would like PAC to have the confidence from all Malawians, the divisions must end. Let us move together and find solutions and not divide Malawians.”
Professor Wiseman Chijere Chirwa, who also presented a paper on governance issues, faulted government for being in “denial” on the status of the country’s economy.