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Peter
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Peter

Angoni satha onse

Kanyimbi
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Kanyimbi

A Ntengo wa Kesia ngati nzeru zanu zochepa ngati APM mungoseka pakamwapo coz ine m’mene ndikuonera m’mene ma resourses achulukira m’Malawi muno SKC atha kuchita create even 1.5 million jobs anuwo obweretsa 1000 jobs pachakawo kawabvotereni ndithu mudzisaukabe choncho mpaka Yesu adzabwere.

Nsipe
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Nsipe

Bodza ili…….Bodza….

Kenn
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Kenn

Viva chilima keep it up

Uhav my vote

#DzukaniAmalawi
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#DzukaniAmalawi

We have leaders within DPP who believe that their greatness will be diluted if they don’t practice politics of tribalism or regionalism. This is why they would not hesitate to politicise tribal events like mulhakho wa alomwe. This is not a sign of greatness but rather smallness and pettiness. We are one Malawi bound by our destiny.

CHISEMBWERE
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CHISEMBWERE

Sad that the Maseko Nguni see no lexical difference between Induna and impi. Both words are singuni words which carry different meanings and in Chichewa we regularly use the word “Nduna” as a borrowed word from the original Zulu language. Umtheto means the pattern/tradition/customary way while Umuhlangano simply means gathering/meeting both are Zulu words now the question is how far have the Ngoni gone in revamping the isinguni? Imbizo means the call memeza is a Ngoni word which the Malawians have adopted in their daily communication

Nalingula
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Nalingula

Contrary to What you have written here Many of Us feel that Chilima should Resign and Help the Opposition to Criticise the Government. I think he can do a better Job.Chilima and Peter were together Promising Us ; Malata ndi fetereza waulele,University ya Mombela and many Things.Its a Shock to hear his adverts Akumati : Mayunivesite anakulonjezani alikuti etc Ngati kuti iyeyo Kunalibeko are Malawians that Dumb that they can’t question some of these things.Presidents and Vice Presidents go down together because they Push the same Vision. I will not be fooled .

Ntengo wa Kesia
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Ntengo wa Kesia

Despite the plan to attend to a beard, and make Chilima respectful, he’s still not mature for the Presidency.
Just look at many of his proposals and plans, like creating a million jobs in a year! I will NOT be voting for this man.

DR MANGA
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Go and vote for DPP thieves.

Mangochi Kabwafu
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Mangochi Kabwafu

Mbuzinso iwe.

Keen Observer
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Keen Observer

Boss it’s not surprising with your comment nothing wrong as everybody is entitled to any opinion as birthright BUT it seems that you’re living in another planet. Smell the coffee. Chilima is not presidential material? ?????? Really???? Then your opinion differs with millions of Malawians who served in Chilima a leader including APM himself who chose him to be his second in command.

Naha
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Naha

Chilima is not only immature but a thief like his Father APM

hambakahle kamdidi
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hambakahle kamdidi

You are a goat!

ENA
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ENA

UTM is for the NGONIs.

masa masina
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masa masina

hahaha! Tribalism will kill you. Chilima has a much bigger social capital. His wife is not from Balaka.

DAUSI WANGU
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Thus the unity we need viva chilima and chakwera ….though chilima bomaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa 2019 we love u, i l ike youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

Bayete
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Bayete

This article has done much to create confusion where no confusion existed before. Until now, I and many others had believed that ‘impi’ was a word of Zulu origin that meant a regiment of armed warriors. We had also believed that the word for an advisor was ‘induna’ [or ‘inDuna’]. Now, a Nyasa Times Reporter has informed us that the opposite is true. Were our history teachers wrong – or is this just more evidence that the younger generation has lost touch with its roots?