Jappie says HRDC were advancing MCP interest ‘to make Malawi an ungovernable State of lawlessness’

Minister of Health Jappie Mhango has faulted Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) for perpetrating post-election violence to advance the interests of Malawi Congress Party (MCP) leader Lazarus Chakwera on regime change.

Jappie Mhango hits at HRDC

Mhango said at a rally in Rumphi that the agents MCP were using to promote anarchy have now abandoned their masquerade and joined front-line politics.

He said that MCP – the party that ruled Malawi under dictatorship for 31 years – has not changed as evidenced by the post-election violence that the party allegedly sponsored to wrestle power from President Peter Mutharika.

Mhango said MCP with HRDC waged a vicious campaign of violence in the disguise of demonstrations a desire for civil war and an attempt to demolish the economy and to make Malawi an ungovernable State of lawlessness.

He commended Mutharika for responding with peaceful resistance and that DPP together with UDF fought violence with peace; and fought hate with love to save Malawi from degenerating into chaos.

“Because of the dynamic leader of Mutharika, democracy and the rule of law is at its best in Malawi,” he said.

Citizen for Transformation (CFT) leader and former HRDC chairperson Timothy Mtambo led a series of demonstrations to force former MEC chairperson Justice Jane Ansah to resign after she presided over a flawed election.

The demonstrations were usually marred by violence and looting, particularly in Karonga, Mzuzu and Lilongwe.

Mtambo has since campaigning for MCP and vowed to would help Chakwera “remove the DPP from power”.

HRDC earlier said it was not responsible for the post-election violence.

Meanwhile, Mhango has urged Malawians to vote for President Mutharika second and final constitutional five-year term of office in Tuesday’s fresh presidential elections.

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Mbumba
Mbumba
8 months ago

You’re talking Hon Jappie. Time will tell and these idiots will get the price for what they have done to the innocence Malawians. The pretend to be clever today but tomorrow am saying tomorrow tionana.

Sand
Sand
8 months ago

Mbava iwe, maschool nthawi yakamuzu anali aphindu, ndalama yaphindu komaso alimi ankasangalala lero zose munasintha into corruption. Iweyo sunaphunzira yaboma school, lero mufuse mwana kaya ndzukulu wako ngati angalore kupita yaboma. Osamaononga pamene munasamalidwa

Zio ine
Zio ine
8 months ago

Seems Sponges no intelligence. The conspiracy for regime change was worked out long time and Ntambo was recruited by MCP to make the country ungovernable to bring tension while on one part Chilima was working with the judiciary. The 9.7 billion that his lawyers are demanding will be shared among the judges, lawyers and parties that petetioned the court. Because they realised that in the event that APM looses he might also go to court to challenge and Andrew Nyirenda is there to dismiss such cases. Work up DPP And smell the coffee

Vavlov
Vavlov
8 months ago
Reply to  Zio ine

It’s shocking how any sane person can believe APM is a leader? The man acts like a robot following advice from fools like Japie covid Mhango, conman Ben Phiri, etc. without rigging there is no way DPP can win upcoming presidential election. APM convoy killed 2 people in the north and he hasn’t said anything. This man doesn’t respect northerners. It’s shocking some northerners still go to see him. I guess it is out of curiosity to see a specimen of brutality and hatred

mchisala
mchisala
8 months ago

It is vandals empowered by Mbava (DPP-UDF) alliance that wrecked havoc on the streets as principled demonstrators (citizens imploring government for transparency, respect for rule of law and electoral justice, an end to corruption and impunity,etc) exercised their constitutional right. No demonstrator would engage in vandalism! I am not surprised Mhango and Mutharika would not understand the right to demonstrate against government to get it to change its undemocratic ways because they have never had to fight for the general welfare of others in their lives.

Mwitere
8 months ago
Reply to  mchisala

You don’t have real balls. You think like a lunatic. You can do better than this you moron

ERUTU
ERUTU
8 months ago

Jappie what do want to whitewash us on? Ain’t you the sort of hounds setting the DPP Cadets on innocent Malawians?

We’ll see 👀

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
8 months ago

Tiyeso uko mbuzi younunkhanso ngati agogo ako omwewo.

Dpp anamanga pamwala
Dpp anamanga pamwala
8 months ago

Lord, we hate mcp and everything it stands for

Chiga
Chiga
8 months ago

Honourable Jappie kindly permit me to rephrase your “under the dynamic leadership of President APM democracy and the rule of law are at their best” to ” under the dynamic mafia rule of my president, I Jappie and others, have had our lives transformed beyond recognition because our looting tactics are now at their best!” Looks like the lots of you Jappie , like a Dad have quickly learned to become jokers. How do you reconcile undermining the Judiciary and disregard for the rule of law to “Democracy and rule of law” at their best? Are you serious or simply… Read more »

Malawi belong to the citizens

Bodza Mr Mhango,those people are malawians too,akuyenera Kupanga fight pomwe zinthu zalakwika.Poor leadership tinayamba violence,musabereso nwamva a DPP.

Flamingo
Flamingo
8 months ago

Very true

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