Chilima lawyers apply to court not to allow MEC IT expert make presentation

Lawyers for UTM Party president Saulos Chilima in the landmark elections case have applied to the Constitutional Court not to allow the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) IT director Muhabi Chisi not to make a presentation in the court.

Chilima and UTM lawyer Chikosa Sulungwe at the court challenging results

Attorney General Kalekeni Kaphale wants Chisi to make the presentation in response to the simulation by Malawi Congress Party (MCP) hired IT expert Daudi Suleman.

Chilima, through his lawyer Chikosa Silungwe, argues that Chisi had all the opportunity to file a sworn statement to counter-argue against Suleman’s 65-page affidavit but he opted not to do so.

Silungwe also argues that in its September and November rulings, the court permitted only Daudi Suleman to simulate his presentation.

Meanwhile, the MCP  has also filed its own petition against allowing Chisi to simulate his response.

Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :

Sharing is caring!

Follow us in Twitter
77 Comments
newest
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Gogo
Gogo
2 years ago

Hahahahahaaaaa….., nazo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sadyeka mpakana adyeka basi

Last Witness
Last Witness
2 years ago

We are all aware what Kaphale is trying to achieve and court is aware of this. Yesterday Chisi said he was not able to operate the saver. Now we hear of him wanting to make his own simulation. A thing we have not heard before. Judges should not lose direction. We already have evidence on use of tipex

Manondo
Manondo
2 years ago

Koma Cadet Munthalika chaka chino aziona, che Dausi mukugona bwanji kumeneko………. , Munthalika ingopangani resign basi zafikapa kumaona pali green card.

Patrick Phiri
Patrick Phiri
2 years ago

During the first session of cross-examination, Suleman was already crumbling.

Peter
Peter
2 years ago

Mr Cadets. There is no right to know how ur votes hamdle here! but Malawians wants to know how Mec and Dpp handle their vote. I hope there is stupid guys in these comments that are going to be fool forever like their idiot president Mr. Tippiex.

Muthalirenji
Muthalirenji
2 years ago

Whether or not MEC will be allowed to do the simulation is not important to us because cyclone Kaphale has already started hitting Sulemani sworn statement and by the end of today it will be shredded to pieces.
N’goma yoliritsa sichedwa kusweka, munashaina ndi macomputer anuwo anzanu atenganso macomputer omwewo offline and mboni zanu zili pompo mwayamba kudabwa ma command.

Fuko
Fuko
2 years ago

For the sake of justice of our votes court should allow MEC to make their presentation.
Justice should not be one sided.Malawian want to know the exact thing.

little jojo
little jojo
2 years ago

kikiki, mlandu wa malire a munda amakambira ku munda komweko. mlandu wa computa amakambira my komputa momowemo. tiziwa bwanji kuti walowelera malire a mzake ndi ndani ndipo analowerera liti?

Asato
Asato
2 years ago
Reply to  little jojo

Kkkkkkkkkk zoona zikuyenera kutero osathawa tiyeni mu system mr kaphale

Kumzy kumzy
Kumzy kumzy
2 years ago

Kkkkkk koma ya . izi sayendera kuti awa apereka umboni using gadgets nde ifeso No. Was the application done by meč? No so cadet rest in peace

CheChamba
CheChamba
2 years ago

KAPHALE AND MUHABI CHISI HAVE BEEN CAUGHT SLEEPING ON THE JOB, CONSEL SILUNGWE HAS A POINT, WHERE WERE THESE PEOPLE ALL THIS TIME? JUST CHEWING OUR TAX MONEY?NOW THESE PEOPLE WANT TO BRING EVIDENCE THROUGH THE BACK DOOR WHICH ALL ALONG THEY THEMSELVES HAVE BEEN ARGUING THAT IT IS AGAINST COURT PROCEDURES????????? KUZOLOWELA KUBA BASI!

Read previous post:
UK committed to supporting Malawi’s fight against cyber crime

Britain has expressed commitment to supporting Malawi in its fight against cyber crime and its resultant risks on the economy...

Close