Chris Chisoni quits CCJP

Governance activist Chris Chisoni who was National Secretary at the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) has quit his job.

Chris Chisoni leaves a happy man
Chris Chisoni leaves a happy man
Chisoni quits CCJP
Chisoni quits CCJP

Chisoni  is with the  Higher Education Students Loan and Grants Board as its Executive Director.

He says he leaves the CCJP, which is Catholic arm of Episcopal Conference of Malawi arm, a happy person having fulfilled the mandate of the institution which mainly is a social and justice advocacy.

“I leave CCJP a very happy man and fulfilled man knowing very well that by the time I joined CCJP its profile was not where it is today.

“CCJP is one of the formidable institutions on economic and political governance recognised by the government and more importantly many stakeholders within and outside Malawi,” he said.

He joined CCJP in 2005.

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Madalitso Mwembe
Madalitso Mwembe
5 years ago

Chisoni had become so grossly fat and arrogant with a $$$ consumption-rate to match that his CCJP has lost all credibility. For CCJP now…. it can only be up. Wake up Malawi.

Ruwaniwa
Ruwaniwa
5 years ago

If you think he hs let you down, just become an activist and do your part. We all have freedom to choose what matters most. You want others to speak on your behalf when you are busy behind tables writing this trash on line? And again, CCJP wasnt his home. Life changes

John
John
5 years ago

Kuteroko mumayembekeza kuti Chris azafera ku CCJP?Kusintha ntchito ndi tchimo?Get a life!!!!

Lydia Phiri
Lydia Phiri
5 years ago

The profile of CCJP was there. Chisoni should not say he has put it somewhere but he should thank CCJP that it has made him to be where he is. Honestly, he has eaten more money at CCJP, even if the church would investigate some cheques, they will find that no project happen, so Chris should thank CCJP and should just follow his party DPP, the board has done a right thing, cause he wanted to work in two institution.

kunenakunena
kunenakunena
5 years ago

Asala ana achisozera Success Sikwese ndi ena achokako ku mpingoko nkuwasiyila Bambo Chimombo ndi m’bale wawo Martin Njolomole poti pano malo amenewa anasanduka awo.Anthu oyipa kwambiriiiii.Kupondeleza ana anzeru

MindReader
MindReader
5 years ago

Not surprised at all. I don’t stay in Malawi at the moment, but I have been following CCJP and Chris for long time. And honestly, it was becoming obvious that the boy is becoming a DPP sympathiser. All his recent comments on governance, socioeconomic outlook of the country were not in line with the CCJP we have known over the years. But what can I expect from Malawian, who cares too much in this country apart from himself? Nobody cares.

dosalima
5 years ago

The departrue of Chris Chisoni as well as Martha Kwataine is a big blow to the CSOs in Malawi. In one of its technical report, one of the committed donor in democracy wrote and I quote: One of the biggest challenges of multiparty democracy in Malawi is that CSOs are weak thereby are not able to provide strong front to the observations of human right violations in Malawi. These people were a force to recokon, however, their departure at this time ismacks a calculated move by the invisible force to be, I weaklily suspect. Lerts wait and see!!!!!!!!!

George P.Chepoyee
George P.Chepoyee
5 years ago

I consider the resignation of Chisoni
as a board step and emulating democratically
George P.Chepoyee
President,Bar_Gborworh Intellectual
Forum,Tarjuowon District,Sinoe County
Liberia

mankhaulee mlaamu baabaa
mankhaulee mlaamu baabaa
5 years ago

ndiri ndi chisoni chifukwa cha chison kuchoka ku ccjp

Felix
Felix
5 years ago

Musova. Keep wasting your time talking

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