Defiant Mzomera insists JB should return to fight smear

People’s Party reinstated vocal rebel governor for the north Christopher Ngwira has made a passionate though defiant plea to party president Joyce Banda to come back home from the self imposed exile to fight smear and prove that she is not running away from an arrest due to plunder of public resources at Capital Hill in the infamous cashgate scandal.

Mzomera:  We need our leader back
Mzomera: We need our leader back

Speaking during Tiuzeni Zoona programme on Zodiak, Ngwira said Banda’s political foes have taken advantage of her absence to tell people during political rallies that she is running away from prosecution for the plunder of about K20 billion.

“I know 100 per cent that she did not get a penny out of that cashgate. She used to tell us during the campaign that she is innocent. After all, if she was connected, she could not have ordered the arrest and prosecutions of the suspects,” said Ngwira.

Asked when he thinks Banda will come back, Ngwira said “no one knows.”

He however maintained that in her absence, there should be a caretaker leader who can solve problems on the spot.

“As of now, we are failing to hold political rallies because we need permission from her first, it is a cumbersome system that is in place. The party is in problems because of leadership problems. If she delays further, she will find the party gone,” he said.

He therefore said this is why he is proposing former vice president Khumbo Kachali to be made caretaker leader so that he can start rebuilding the party ahead of the 2019 elections.

Ngwira said he has failed to present the matter of finding a caretaker president to the national governing council of the party because no one in the council wants to talk about it.

“They are protecting their seats, they fear of losing their seats,” said Ngwira who said even the secretary general Ibrahim Matola and the vice president Uladi Mussa have no powers as they can only do things after instructions from Banda.

Ngwira conceded he has not yet presented the issue of the caretaker leader to Banda herself, saying the last time he met her, she indicated she would be coming back home on May 25, 2015.

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6 years ago

To kam to Malawi todo wot?? Ife tili ku Malawi pano, wot r we doing apart from being RIDICULED by dpp imposed poverty. It’s not even raining kuti may b tilime, fisp zero, jet zero. Kkkkk kkkkk fam anyamilandu anagulanso u president nde mayi atani?????????

6 years ago

By running away JB is putting herself on spotlight NOT taking away the heat as she thought.

6 years ago

2019 is still far away. She is coming to win in 2019 election basituuu kikikikikikiiiiii

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6 years ago

Bwanji tingopanga mwambo wa Maliro kenako tiiwale, coz Abiti Mtila sazabweranso ku Nyasalande kuno.

6 years ago

ha ha ha ha ha chipani chatha kale ichi tangokwelani dpp apa angwila izi zikutayisani nthawi chifukwa ngati munaluza muli olamulira what about pano?? muluza kangati??? amwene munthu wazeru pamalawi pano amakwela alomwe basi kapena ayi asena kkkkkkkkkkkk

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