DPP says chaos worrisome in Malawi

The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) says the stoning of party protesters last week in Mzuzu is an indication of chaos reigning in the country.

Dausi: Where are rights defenders to condemn attacks on peaceful protesters from DPP

Some DPP supporters who were in Mzuzu for a protest march were pelted with stones by an unidentified people whilst others took off their blue party clothes and escorted to waiting lorries by Malawi Defense Force soldiers after their attackers lay in waiting.

But DPP spokesperson Nicholas Dausi said this was shameful and condemned civil rights activists for failing to condemn the attack on the peaceful DPP marchers.

“The situation in Malawi now is that law and justice have become distant cousins to Malawi. The DPP protesters were marching peacefully. The civil rights activists are not level headed, they take sides,” said Dausi who is minister of Homeland Security.

Police say no one has been arrested yet for the incident.

The DPP supporters were on countrywide protests against the Constitutional Court election case ruling which annulled the May 21, 2019 presidential election results after accusing the Malawi Electoral Commission of messing up the election.

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Nasingwe
Nasingwe
1 year ago

shupiti iwe nchito kuyenda ndi usiku kupita ku mozambiki kokaphikidwa.
hiv bastard

Mkamwini mwini
1 year ago

foolish

BigMan
BigMan
1 year ago

And the stoning and beating up of Mayaya by DPP cadets was a sign of what you useless clown?

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
1 year ago

This useless, tired, senile, clueless Dausi what is he trying to say to Malawians? When his goons used to beat people at the Kamuzu Stadium upper ground, when Mr Sembereka was beaten where was he eith his big mouth? Now people are tired with these savages in the name of Cadets now he is coming out to spew that???? DPP is the one that sow the seeds of violence in Malawi. The undressing of women in Mangochi why he didn’t condemn that???? Violence is unacceptable BUT zisamakomere Mbuzi kugunda galu ayi.

Kaitano
Kaitano
1 year ago

Stupid Minister that doesnt know what he is talking about. Do you think people are crazy that they dont see what you do when it comes to opposite side to March? Akanakukaphirani mmene inu mmakhapira anthu anzanu akapita kukamatcha. Anyapapi inu

Lego
1 year ago

Did you ever condemn your cadets what they did to marchers last year in Blantyre when your cadets led by Osman Jomo hacked Billy Mayaya?

Roy Kantambe
Roy Kantambe
1 year ago

Now your looking for justice whilst your the one promoting injustice and corruption in Malawi.
Anakichitani bwino anthu okuba inu

Mtete
Mtete
1 year ago

Amazing how dull, shortsighted, naive and forgetful DPP gurus, including Dausi, are.

Each time the HRDC organised demonstrations, DPP, Mchacha in particular, made sure the so-called cadets were deployed to infiltrate the demos to cause mayhem and accuse the opposition of violence.

As someone has correctly put it, Nkhonya yobweza imawawa. Only this time the very same cadets who are not being paid their dues are the ones causing violence.

Mr Truth Pains
1 year ago

Nkhonya yobwezera imawawadi etii?? DPP started it in Blantyre by pelting stones and beating Billy Mayaya, where was Dausi and DPP to blame this barbaric Act? U thought people will be scared of u and let u do what ever benefits u?? U miscalculated it and people of Northern Region have nothing to loose that’s why they are ready for anything. U punished them with quotation system already, Mphepo and Gresider Jeffrey are just adding salt to injuries of Northerners with their loud mouth . So expect more of this if u don’t tread carefully DPP won’t have smooth ride… Read more »

Citizen Number 1
Citizen Number 1
1 year ago

Kuswa Kuswa, umaonekeratu kuti ndiwe die-hard kadeti as zokambazako ngati dausi. Maso uli nawo koma supenya, makutu uli nawo koma suukumva. Nzerunso ulibe

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