The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) spokesman Francis Kasaila says lawyer-cum-political activist Allan Ntata is “clearly a frustrated man”.
Ntata used an interview on a Times TV to bash the DPP and President Peter Mutharika’s henchmen.
But Kusaira will also be on the same Times TV this Saturday in attempt to hit back at Ntata.
The DPP spokesman has meanwhile trashed Ntata who has become a biter critic of the Mutharika government as being a frustrated man.
Ntata, according to DPP spokesman, is seeking attention to cure his frustrations.
But Ntata, who is a consultant at Rak Gas and United Arab Emirates (UAE) firm which is involved in oil exploration activities in Malawian districts under Block Five, has shot down the claims of being frustrated.
Ntata is accusing President Mutharika of taking advice from assistants and individuals who not only assist with the political issues of which they know very little, but also about which they are even less competent.
“They then begin meddling with his economic and developmental agenda and policies. It if from this sort of advice that you see a President start making blunders such as going to write his name on the walls of a prison cell, and as the criticism grows against him, the President begins to believe his assistants and old-timer pals more and more and embrace the Siege Mentality.
“He begins to respond to the accusations and becomes personal, mentioning writers such as Raphael Tenthani and Madalitso Musa by name. His praise team begins to shamelessly use every project, no matter how old, to tell an account of his various achievements. They claim that Malawians ought to be grateful because they have a wise and dynamic leader. The President is taught to despise criticism and starts making more public appearances to dispute the claims made by his critics,” argues Ntata.