Dausi cautions MCP’s Gumba Banda over demeaning adjectives against DPP

Minister of Information and Communications Technology  Nicholous Dausi cautioned opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) MP for Mchinji South West Deus Gumba Banda against during derogatory terms to describe government’s performance when contributing to debates.

Gumba Banda: DPP is in panic mode

Dausi said the  “adjectives” used by Gumba Banda  could no enrich the debate in the House.

Gumba Banda accused the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) government  of being  “clueless” and that his MCP will form an administration that will not tolerate mediocrity.

“I wanted to say that such statements as mediocrity in the context that it has been put, I think it is so demeaning and it may not enrich the debate as he has done. It is actually an insult,” Dausi said standing on a point of order.

 Gumba Banda also told the House: “Obviously, this administration has been sleeping on its job for the past four years only to work up now.  It unfortunately realises that it does not have enough time to May 2019 and hence it is in a panic mode.”

Second Deputy Speaker, Dr Clement Chiwaya ruled that  each and everyone in this House have their own opinion.

“Certain words may be used as he rightly said in certain contexts because, a word on its own cannot be unparliamentary but, if it is put in a certain context, it will render the whole thing unparliamentary.

“My request is, therefore, that when we are debating, we should use words that foster the understanding of a debate rather than bringing divisions.”

Chiwaya rejected  to have another point of order on the matter.

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shha bwana dausi tamavomerani zinazi kuti diphiphi yalephera kusova mavuto atunthu alipo mmalawai muno


Gumba your balls are in a panic mode!! Chokaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Honourable Dausi, is that all you can say at a time when Malawi is burning. Did you even listen to what the main opposition leader said about DPP’s performance. Forget about who delivered DPP’s performance appraisal, it was a well crafted scorecard which is difficult to fault. The best thing that DPP can do is to acknowledge that cabinet ministers have failed the president and Malawians. They should then move to pull up their socks in the next 12 months otherwise they should not even be in the cabinet come next year (that is if DPP wins). Let people call… Read more »

Otata oDausi kukhala chete kukanakhala bho apa ndiye muziti muluuani otata? oooh ooh nnaiwala paja muli nduna ya zotsutsatsutsa ndi zovomeleza zamabodzamabodza

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