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Munthu
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Kanyongolo is wrong on this one. You do not ignore actions by another state in matterst such as this. You send what is known as a “diplomatic protest note”

Chitsanzo
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Dr. Edge Kanyongolo, you are fast becoming a confused person confusing the nation. What is your advice? You disagree and conclude by agreeing with the Mutharika government actions? Stop being partisan and we will continue loving you as a professional we have done before.

Malawivoice
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If TZ cannot get half of northern Lake Malawi, it has power to get half of Malawi. No lake in the world belongs to one country alone if it falls on the border between countries; look at Lake Tanganyika, Kivu, Chad, Victoria, Kariba, etc. TZ has the support of northern Malawians in its bid to correct a historical mistake. Northern Lake Malawi belongs to northern Malawians and people of the north don’t see anything wrong with the new TZ map and its claims. Northerners have for long suffered under Lilongwe, and Dar may offer hope.

OBAMA
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GUYS BUT DO YOU KNOW THAT MBEYA TUKUYU REGION BELONGED TO NYASALAND?? CHECK ON OLD OLD MAPS. THE WHOLE OF TUKUYU REGION UP TO INDIAN OCEAN BELONGED TO NYASALAND (MALAWI TODAY)

Logic
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Finally MAWU!!! Tell them Edge. This matter, if in dispute, can be resolved by ICJ and such other tribunals. This is a legal issue.