Govt dares academia in diaspora to join hands with Chakwera in fixing the country

Government is urging the academia in diaspora to come back home to help President Dr Lazarus Maccathy Chakwera fix the country.

This follows a statement by the academia in the diaspora who say the government is not doing enough to fix the country’s economy and other challenges.

Information Minister Kazako

But minister of Information and Government spokesperson Gospel Kazako said the academia should join forces with the government in reversing social-economic challenges created by some educated professionals and some members of the academia.

Kazako said the current administration led by President Dr Lazarus Chakwera is working tirelessly to fix the economy and ensure that Malawians leave a better life.

Political and economic commentator, Humphrey Mvula said it is unfair to put a blame on the current economic challenges the country is going through to President Chakwera.

He said the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) messed up the country’s economy by huge borrowing which has left the country’s economy in tatters.

He also attributes the current economic malaise to the covid-19 pandemic, climate change effects as well as the war in Ukraine.

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Dausee
Dausee
13 days ago

Two stupid statements by by two foolish politicians; one by somebody drunk from the cup of power which is quickly slipping and the other by a well known UDF thug and mouth for hire who single handedly stole from and collapsed Stagecoach bus company.

James Kalimbuka
James Kalimbuka
14 days ago

The villains that run away must keep quite. True Malawians are here, make use of them.

Mneneri
Mneneri
14 days ago

Let him root out corruption first. What can someone living in England or Japan so if he is protecting corrupt individuals

Che Selensike
Che Selensike
14 days ago

1. Academia cannot develop the economy. They don’t know how to run anything….theirs are theories
2. The statement being referred to was not issued by academia in the diaspora. It was issued by people from across the professions including medical doctors, engineers etc.
3. The Nyasatimes journalist is either misleading us or doesn’t know the meaning of the word

ERUTU
ERUTU
15 days ago

Bwelarani kumudzi osamangukuwa muli pachingwe kumsumako – YOU ARE PART OF THE BRAIN 🧠 DRAIN AND COME BACK TO FIX THE COUNTRY PLEASE 🇲🇼

ERUTU
ERUTU
15 days ago

Unenesko Badada Mvula

Janssen Moyo
Janssen Moyo
16 days ago

I find the constructive criticism or otherwise by the diaspora academics and Professionals as crass. In olden days of dictatorship,one can fire first then ask questions later but not in a democratic dispensation. Do these people understand the economic mess this new administration found?Do they understand the current prevailing economic environment most countries in the world are finding themselves in?I despair .Give this current administration time.Rome was not built in a day.Am a Professional in diaspora and i disagree with their assessment on the whole.

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