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Big Man
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Big Man

I think the main issue here is about communication. I question Minister of information and spokes-person if they know and respect the power of communication. i expect them to address this issue once and for all by concisely address the public with the comprehensive information. Advisors would advise the president to address Malawians and refute or dispute the rumour. However, you are busy making noise (to me it is noise) to intimidate those people, lying and making nonsense comments on the health of president. Thats stupidity to protest against the rumour because we Malawians we have been renient for our… Read more »

Gomezga
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Gomezga

Ngakhale mutayankhula bwanji Chitsiru sichingave. Ngakhale kuti magetsi, madzi zikuvuta kapena kuti kulibe chitsiru sichingawone, ngakhale pamatchapo akanakhala ndi amene dziko likumusawa ndiye zikana mveka chitsiru sichingazindikirebe.

Ndatopa kukhala pakati pa zitsiru zowombera manja ziri zonse.

Malawi
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Malawi

There is only one who defeated death and that’s Christ alone. Because of that we are afraid of death and therefore anyone who speculates death of another person, it is considered immoral and inhuman and must be condemned with the best words available. Worse is to speculate about death of a leader like a President. It creates unnecessary tension in a country. I hear we have freedoms but think of someone speculating death of your mother, father, son or daughter. How would you take such a message? A president is not an ordinary citizen, let us begin to respect the… Read more »

Dr Alex Maulana
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Dr Alex Maulana

You DPP fools f-u-c-k you ku nthawi za nthawi. Mudzayimbila mmanja mtembo. Chiprezident chanu choso mbuzi mach ende

Nganga
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Hahah why shud their president be an exception? DPP talked alot of trash about JB, undressed her with words while she was the head of state, now zikhala bwanji zoipa kwa iwowo?. are malawian wring kufunsa kuti olembedwa ntchito wathu ali kut? even iwowo ukalemba ntchito munthu ngat sakuziwika komwe ali u ask thats nt a crime wake up my fellow Malawians. Instead of matching for zinthu za nzeru e.g. demanding solution for the electricity problems we have nw, stupid introduction of taxes u r busy with such nonsense? if u defend mediocrity how r they going to change? when… Read more »

Achimidzimidzi
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Achimidzimidzi

Mr. Mchacha and your DPP don’t intimidate us.

Lest you don’t know,the president and government of Malawi use money deducted from my salary. I spend 30 days walking to and from work to earn my salary. Its not free monies at all.

Malawi
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Malawi

The story is told that when Unoka was visited by Okoye he asked Unoka for the two hundred cowries that Unoka had borrowed two years earlier. Okoye needed the money for the ceremony in which he would purchase the third highest title of honor. Unoka burst into laughter and pointed to the wall on which he recorded his debts. He told Okoye that tradition required him to repay his largest debts before repaying small ones like his debt to Okoye. Okoye left without his money. Those who pay real tax ali phee. Inu a ma pay-as-you earn ndiye mukusokosera apa.… Read more »

che uzi
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che uzi

Kkkkk that’s politics, a dirty game!!!

moze
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moze

But why were they chanting saulos achoke. What wrong has chilima done?