Malawi army ‘anakonza’: Soldiers protect marchers from violent DPP cadets

Malawi Defence Forces (MDF) soldiers have beaten up suspected ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)  cadets inside Chichiri Shopping Centre compound in Blantyre after they (cadets) were trying to beat up a protester.

MDF capture a violent DPP cadet
The Soldiers forced out some cadets who were in a white Landrover and were seen making rounds within the compound

One suspected DPP cadet has been captured by the soldiers and has been found with more than three knives.

The Soldiers have also forced out some cadets who were in a white Landrover and were seen making rounds within the compound.

Malawi police has let the cadets terrorise concerned citizens who were holding peaceful protects against electoral fraud.

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Pexy Msiska
Pexy Msiska
1 year ago

Enough is enough please,,,ACHOKE!!

nyarugwe
nyarugwe
1 year ago

Malawians being saved by the MDF angels yet again. Police working with DPP cadets, as they did working with MYP in 1993 (operation bwezani). Malawi police always against Malawians

naphiri
naphiri
1 year ago

May God heal our land

President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
1 year ago

Viiva the Army for protecting civilians not police.

chiombo
chiombo
1 year ago

We thank almight God for protecting their citizens congraturation comanda nundwe

TOSH
1 year ago

KKKKKK HAAAAAAA awachita bwino ma cadet wasalanso bulutu wina JOMO AMENEYU OFUNIKA KUMUKONZANSO

The Patriot
The Patriot
1 year ago

Malawians Defence Force! Kudos for protecting Malawians, we respect our men in uniform. Everywhere you go, you are peacemakers. As for the Cadets….eya mwakumana nazo! Akuchitani bwino kwabasi….uku nkuyamba chabe muziona simunati!!!This country is for all Malawians and not one partu or tribe!!!

Lex
Lex
1 year ago

This is recommendable job, but I want to remind everyone here, whether you are a policeman, a soldier, a DPP cadet, MCP or UTM at one point in time along excuting your job you need to eat, drink bath also you have kids who are going to school trying to sharpen their future. So one thing to remember always is are you minding other people’s business? What are you doing for those that have already lost their business due to these unrest? Do you thing of you children who do not know anything even who did not vote? Do you… Read more »

yumbu
yumbu
1 year ago
Reply to  Lex

ITS SEREOUS and true point, have a look in sudan, the same song sang by the army, their are doing it for their interest and not interest of the people. why cant they use court for the same?. even if HE Mutharika is gone Malawi will not rest

MASO ENA
MASO ENA
1 year ago
Reply to  Lex

WHAT HAVE YOU YOURSELF DONE TO RESOLVE THE SITUATION??

Kondwani Msyali
Kondwani Msyali
1 year ago
Reply to  MASO ENA

kkkkk

Kaitano
Kaitano
1 year ago
Reply to  Lex

Lex, if you are thinking of the future of your children join the demonstrations to sharpen our Malawi.
By the way, are you a Malawian? If the answer yes, join us to break this stupid leadership,full of corruption, nepotism, tribalism, Tipexi leadership. Stop wasting time snoring you idiot! Can’t you see that these people are destroying Malawi?

M eng
M eng
1 year ago
Reply to  Lex

Which business… Za a DPP

Political Analyst*10
Political Analyst*10
1 year ago

JUST LIKE THE UNPROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS AT THE TAX PAYERS RUN MBC, THE BIASED CONDUCT TOWARDS DPP CADETS BY OUR POLICE MUST NOT BE TOLERATED.THE ARMY IS BEING SEEN TO BE PROFESSIONAL AND MUST BE COMMENDED BY ALL GOOD THINKING MALAWIANS

Ngaaa
1 year ago

Atuluke tokumane pa ground onse wa dpp

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