Influential preacher Kawalala warns against  Malawi govt delays on reforms

An influential preacher has warned delays in implementing delays in government can lead to frustration among Malawians which might be a recipe for an uprising.

Rev. Zacc Kawalala prays for President Chakwera after audience at Sanjika Palace in Blantyre-(c) Abel Ikiloni, Mana

Reverend Zacc Kawalala of Word Alive ministries said this Sunday during his online sermon.

Kawalala said the Tonse alliance leaders should be agents of change in government, saying they need to immediately change the rotten system they inherited from the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) led government.

“Don’t say you inherited, you found it in the system. Change the system, you delay, you cause frustration, then (the frustration) will cause an uprising,” he preached.

Kawalala said some reforms can be immediate.

He gave an example of fuel allocation, saying there is no need for president Lazarus Chakwera cabinet ministers to be getting K1 million fuel allocation every month just because the Peter Mutharika cabinet ministers were getting the same.

He said K100,000 is enough for a monthly fuel allocation for each cabinet minister.

The Chakwera administration has been blamed by Malawians for being slow in effecting reforms in government.

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Don't Waste our time
Don't Waste our time
11 days ago

Preachers rise for a special season. I believe this man is for a time like this. Say it the way it is man of God. Many preachers tend to go with the flow. If a new Govt comes in they go to bed with it without exposing its failures

James chibisa
11 days ago

K100, 000 fuel per Month ndiye from Lilongwe to MZUZU and back basi sayendansotu… Those vehicles are guzzlers… You are joking Pastor.

Alex mgeni
Alex mgeni
11 days ago

Pastor we hear…. You. Koma 100,000 is too little for those big cars. Mwina tiwagulile Kaye ma Mira.

Veenie man
Veenie man
11 days ago

Very true, people.they speak stinking substance!! They forget that the same people in the church are the people we participate in politics.. So if the pastor says so he is saying as a citizen who participate.. We need change not talking taliking

Wapakhwawa Garxy
Wapakhwawa Garxy
12 days ago

Thumbs up pastor Zac..Keep the fire burning.. May the truth reign

James Kati
James Kati
12 days ago

Simple calculation, MK100000.00 is equivalent to approximately 1009km. This is just enough for a journey some body can cover from Lilongwe to Mzuzu x 3. For our ministers who are always on the roads possibly MK400000.00.

After all, there are other priority areas which need change.

I have also discovered that we are quick to say things without proper research.

Pothead
12 days ago

Zacc kawalala? Kuli anzawo kunjako! Angodikira.chabe

Chizaso
Chizaso
11 days ago
Reply to  Pothead

Pastor, doing things fast is not the solution which Malawi needs now. Thus, the problem of Malawian and you are contributing to it. What we want is things done quickly, and now, it doesn’t work like that. The country was highly lavaged for the past 10 to 15 years ago, Chakwera and the Tonse alliance are championing a part to recovery, and they may not be the ones to do it finally. It will take effort with a lot of patients from Pastors like you. Please, Pastor, let’s support Chakwera and not just pray for him but show it in… Read more »

Ndafera Nkhande
Ndafera Nkhande
12 days ago

Every preacher is influential to this nation.There no one who can improve on what our heavenly Father says.God does not need advisers.

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
12 days ago

Absolute truth. God only needs servants.

Wapakhwawa Garxy
Wapakhwawa Garxy
12 days ago

Mind you pastor Zac has not claimed to be God’s adviser.. You are the one painting him as such.. He is simply commenting on political issues affecting a common Malawian

Anzelu ndi Anzelu
Anzelu ndi Anzelu
12 days ago

Why do Pastors have so much wisdom for government but have no wisdom for their own churches churches. It seems every pastor or prophet know exactly how a big institution like boma should work but they are failing dismally in their little churches. To make matters worse, church owned business do not pay tax but they are profit-making ventures.

Chilungamo
Chilungamo
12 days ago

This should be read as: Don’t delay in sending me as ambassador to Jerusalem. Otherwise I’ll fuel an uprising. Kawalala mwa dzina lake.

vavlov
vavlov
11 days ago
Reply to  Chilungamo

Kawalala has a very good point. If you cant get the message then something is very wrong with you. The man is giving good advice to the government, so hopefully, someone responsible is taking note, and the action should be taken.

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