Dzuka Malawi: Chakwera to start making a difference in Malawi

The elections are over, the predictions varied but the what if happened. Dr. Lazarus Chakwera won the elections. Yes congratulations Your Excellency. Congratulations your honour the Vice President. We at Dzuka Malawi desk wish you good health and continued success.

A lot have been said, but we as usual don’t like dwelling on what others have said, but what you Your Excellency has said. We will occasionally dwell also on what your deputy Dr. Saulosi Chilima says. Malawians voices have already been made clear, they want the change you promised.

To many sprouting Presidential advisors on social media and critics I would advise them to hold their peace, give Dr. Chakwera time to appreciate the magnitude of his responsibility and plan how to emerge his vision for Malawi with existing policies or introduce new policy direction.

That won’t happen in a week or one month, it will take months and years. People have to learn to be patient and I ask the new main opposition, the DPP and its alliance partner the UDF to give the new administration a chance.

One thing that is clear, Malawians will not repeat a President that does not perform to their satisfaction. It was clear in 2014 when Dr. Joyce Banda lost and now Professor Peter Mutharika has been sent to his retirement five years early.

So to Dr Chakwera, the ability of Malawians to vote out the President is no longer an issue, boma limaluza, and will again loose if the performance and sharing of national cake faces one direction.

Then there are issues of recycled politicians, many of them lost even at constituency level. With 65% of population being below age of 40, the new line is clear, we equally want new standards, new blood and new thinking.

Finally, please clean the link between Government and the party. Let the two entities flourish independently. The easiest way is to appoint your Secretary General as a Personal Assistant, but he retains his political office to ensure the party runs separate.

Poverty has ravaged our nation for the past 56 years. Dr. Chakwera has five years to start making a difference and inspire a nation of 18 million to work and change mindset. It is a heavy task in our political environment.

Stop institutions such as HDRC from usurping powers of state institutions on issues they cannot professionally handle and can end up only damaging people’s reputations. Let us reset professional approach to professional issues.

Your appointments should include people of Lhomwe, Yao, Tumbuka, Ngoni, Sena, Tonga, Ngonde and Chewa heritage. These and more make Malawi. Wanton firing of people with contracts will cost your new administration more money, some contracts can be seen out if they have no direct impact on daily running of your administration.

Listen hard to your critics, in their noise there could be suggestions worth pursuing or looking at. Safunsa anadya phula.

Finally, Dzuka Malawi will for the next three months only offer opportunities available to create more jobs, attract investment and grow our agriculture to commercial base. We are taking a break in critiquing the new administration, unless they make a mistake so huge to be ignored. We want to give it a chance to implement their agenda.

Otherwise, five years flies fast. You will join the one term Presidents club in 2025 if you miss it at the beginning to start delivering on your word. President pa Malawi sabwerenza!

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Kala
Kala
8 months ago

Angomulanda. Boma mbava uziiii. 5olus one from no where. But wait and seeee.

Hon Mirriam Gwalidi
Hon Mirriam Gwalidi
8 months ago

Where were you when DPP was recruiting cadets into top government positions? Where were you when the DPP government was promoting cadets into positions they did not qualify? Were you blind then and all of the sudden you are now seeing people like trees? Your silence then disqualifies you from speaking out now. You allowed Lhomwelization of Malawi under the stupid and foolish DPP leadership and now you want to be seen as sober and well meaning Malawians? Shove it down ur throat!!

Malawi belong to the citizens

Our institutions should be free from viruses of corruption and bribes in government contracts.My question is how did corruption started in Malawi?The Tonse alliance if they know how corruption started,then they can solve this problem.Without knowing where it started it will be difficult to Stop this corruption but ndizotheka kuthetsa corruption.Corruption must fall in Malawi.

Andrew
Andrew
8 months ago

So you have started deeming HRDC irrelevant yet these guys have spent sleepless and dangerous nights inu mukulemba ma article opanda fear iliyonse?HRDC has already started helping the nation in the ant corruption drive and recovery of stolen money isiyeni itithandize inu muzilemba zanuzi coz sionse amawelenga nyasatimes but most of the citizens listen to the radio.

Bwana Wa Ulesi
Bwana Wa Ulesi
8 months ago
Reply to  Andrew

HRDC helping who? Why not telling Joice Banda to tell us where she’s lending our jet…? Where she’s keeping the billions she store during her Era? Why Bakili, Bungu….🤫🤫🤫, Peter? By they FU with your Gay rights community….

Hon Mirriam Gwalidi
Hon Mirriam Gwalidi
8 months ago
Reply to  Bwana Wa Ulesi

Zigonani inu palibe chanzeru chomwe mungalembe,,

Whitman
Whitman
8 months ago
Reply to  Bwana Wa Ulesi

Stealing is punishable in law and if you insinuate JB stole money, why then is it that DPP failed to take her to court for prosecution? Malawians are very forgetful enough. When JB was in SA, the police issued a warrant of arrest for JB but when Masten came back, where did the warrant of arrest go? You will talk and talk but that will not distract the TONSE alliance for fulfilling their campaign promises. Viva Malawi, Viva TONSE Alliance.

Martin
Martin
8 months ago

Rudo Taliro is an idiot who like playing mind games to get personal favours from the ruling party. If your writings were as constructive as you’re trying to be now then mcp should still be in opposition and utm should be dismantled as you predicted, you’re a dpp mercenary.

Tom Phiri
Tom Phiri
8 months ago

Expect nothing good. In fact. New govt has already reneged on universal fertiliser subsidy. Does universal mean 3.5 million families? Does universal mean only 2 bags per person? Why are they silent on stipend for the elderly?

guest
guest
8 months ago
Reply to  Tom Phiri

how many people are in the 3.5milion families? universal means no coupon, period….ndipo 3.5milion families is just for a start ndi interim budget, the figure ikhala ikukwera pompano

Malume
Malume
8 months ago

Let me start by welcoming you back Rudo, we missed your articles. Your advice to the new president is very much appreciated. I totally agree with you on disbanding of the HRDC. It is more of a liability creator and is intended to bring nothing but chaos. Let the new leadership build up the new Malawi without fear of intimidation.

The Judge
The Judge
8 months ago

Ma President pa Malawi sabweleza, what does it mean? So why to have two terms if that is the case?
Bwana dzuka, osabisala onetsani mawanga Anu Pano Wawa. Olimbana ndi Ambuye sakhalitsatu! Simple.

Mwinithako
Mwinithako
8 months ago

Nothing different will be brought here!!!It was favoured by Judiciary fighting the Lomwes

Zoonadi
Zoonadi
8 months ago

HRDC must not dissolve – we need them always! Did we dissolve PAC, the answer is no.

khakhakha
khakhakha
8 months ago
Reply to  Zoonadi

My free advice to the new administration; avoid try and error. 18 million people are all your resources. use them to your benefit and benefit of the country. President of America said; “i staff my weak areas”

Chiswa B
Chiswa B
8 months ago
Reply to  Zoonadi

PAC at least could be said to apolitical, not these stupid boys of hrdc. Their job it would appear is anti dpp.

Dausi
8 months ago
Reply to  Chiswa B

If they are anti DPP, they have done a good job and we thank them for that.

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