Malawi ballots intact after warehouse damage – Parliament 

Malawi Parliament says voting materials in the damaged warehouse in Blantyre are intact.

MEC electoral materials safe

Spokesperson for the parliament Leonard Mengezi said this as a team from the National Assembly inspected the damaged warehouse at Maone in Blantyre.

Heavy rains and winds damaged the warehouse on Monday which houses voting and other electoral materials.

“The affected part is negligible but the voting materials have not been affected,” said Mengezi.

The heavy rains started on Monday around 3pm and lasted for about one and half hours.

Mengezi said parliament will communicate later on the extent of the damage as assessed by the parliamentary team.

The electoral materials, include ballot papers and boxes used in the May 21, 2019 highly contentious elections.

 

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Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
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Benjamin Kabinda Sakala

DPP knows now that they will filling untill 2024,they still ballot papers now.

mwana mlomwe
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mwana mlomwe

we do not need them because we were told by other well-wishers that DPP tampered them so you can throw them away no need keep to them

Moya
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Moya

Some things will never change. We probably need to build a safe warehouse for the ballots to avoid issues in the future. Probably at one of the military barracks.

Keen Observer
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Keen Observer

My sentiments exactly Moya. You’re a star.

Banj
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Is TIPPEX ok and SAFE ??what about MADANDO 147 ?

Chimulirenji
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Zopusatu ayi

Dolo
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Dolo

Hehehe. Mwatero eti

mose
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mose

Do not politicise everything Malawi !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!