Judiciary say Malawi presidential election case ruling not ready

Officials at the Constitutional Court have dismissed reports making round on social media that the constitutional court hearing the elections petition case will deliver its judgment on January 20 this year.

Patemba: Judgement not yet finalised
On Friday the social media was awash with reports that the court has agreed to deliver its ruling in three weeks time.
In the case, UTM leader Saulos Chilima and Malawi Congress Party president Lazarus Chakwera are challenging the outcome of the May 21 polls in which Peter Mutharika was declared winner.
Registrar of the High Court Agness Patemba described the reports as mere social media talk.
According to Patemba, the judges are yet to finalize their ruling.
She said the ruling will be made within the set 45 day period.

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Thongo
Thongo
1 year ago

Next time use her nice photo..kuli ma HD camera these days. Otherwise men will.not post anythig here.

chataika
chataika
1 year ago

Patemba takumvani ndithu work according to your professionalism kuti awa apereka kale chigamulowa ngati iwo ndi ma judge adzatsegule mmimba. Tingowamvatu eeee ife tinapereka umboni wokhuthala bwino kwambiri nanga anzanuwo anapereka umboni wosakhuthala? kudzikonda uku ndikudzimva ndikomwe munalephera nako mu May ndipo if they dont care apitirira kutero the rest of the years to come.

Jackeroo john
Jackeroo john
1 year ago

Mbuzi everywhere even with the judiciary, what’s taking you that long are you incompetent or afraid of the loser who have bribed you in dollars …Am watching the chairman ,my eyes are on you Healey

Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
1 year ago

If u are joking proceed to say that Patemba and ur team,if he won just say he won or not because we tired of that mama,🇲🇼🤭🔫🏹

Judiciary
Judiciary
1 year ago

Dyela basi, this mindset of allowances.

We want new govt, then ma reforms. People should be getting monthly salaries. Zpmapeleka ma allowances zikulowetsa dziko pansi, kumbwenzela dzikp mbuyo.

Rich countries do not do these foolish nosense. Pumbwa mentality should stop if Malawi is to grow.

This is pure laziness.

Joloza
1 year ago
Reply to  Judiciary

Mukhale a president bwanji?

Agenda Setting Theory
Agenda Setting Theory
1 year ago

It’s coming on 10 February, 2020

Mtaba
1 year ago

Can these newsmen not use a better picture for the judiciary lady? You are preventing tourism kaya. Zazing’ono but matters in the world of today. Changu pa malo.

Lego
1 year ago

But what hell are you waiting for the Judgement?Don’t you think that the more time you are taking the more question marks and tensions are rising?

mpwerere
mpwerere
1 year ago

mukuchedwa mukufuna muntharika abemo ndalama zonse m’bama kuti chakwera adzavutike chilungamo chankhani tonse tikuchidziwa mbali ziwiri za mec and DPP Idavomereza kuti zolakwika zidalipo zambiri

mulandu suchepa amalawi tili tcheru kumvetsera mwachidwi

tman
1 year ago
Reply to  mpwerere

Election case shall change nothing mudaluza basi “muliranso kawiri after judgement makape inu

A.m
A.m
1 year ago
Reply to  tman

Cryng lyk afool

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