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Jarred
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Jarred

What Gondwe said is true, just that its hard to accept the truth. In essence, what he was saying is we are incapable of formulating and implementing our own regulations but either we rely on the west or rather the west still colonises us to this day

phulantenga
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abuse of power is here to stay in malawi, whoever thinks otherwise is deluded

peterbanda@gmail.com
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Dr Mustafa Hussein you are telling the whole truth. Yes, parliament passed the bill. But it came from outside Malawi. The law is modeled on wstern countires with just a few variations. In fact, the IMF / World Bank even sent a consultant in 2000 to work assist the ACB.

Gondwe is right. ACB was imposed on Malawians. In fact, all these laws that we have are imposed on by western countries including the Land Bill. What is in the Bill is unAfrican.

JJB
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JJB

wasting your time telling facts to Malawians, they thrive on Hearsay. Facts don’t matter to Malawians. If Muthalika said 1+1= 2, they would argue there is something wrong, If Chakwera said 1+1=3, they would argue it was right and find excuses for him. such are Malawians.

A mwana
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A mwana

i agree . Good as they may be most laws are imposed on us by westerners , Human rights , Ant Corruption phenomenon,the ideals of Civil Society groups are all alien to most African Cultures . Since they are not at the core of our understanding of issues they are not taken seriously by anybody. Sad that we are like that. Gondwe was right . Musamugwere munthu