Malawi election case ruling arrives in Lilongwe for judgement day Feb 3

Five judges who were sitting in the Constitutional Court in Lilongwe hearing the election case have on Saturday afternoon arrived in Lilongwe from their seclusion place in Nkhata Bay where they were writing the landmark ruling.

The judges arrived in Lilongwe amid Malawi Defence Force (MDF) and police tight security.

At dilapidated Mzuzu airport, a military donnier plane was waiting for them.

They flew from Mzuzu to Lilongwe with the ruling ahead of announcing it on Monday, February 3 2020.

Meanwhile, Lilongwe is gripped with anxiety, apprehension, excitement and fear ahead of the ruling.

On Saturday, main shops like Chipiku and Shoprite saw thousands of people in frenzy shopping as residents are stocking essential necessities including food.

Shop owners have also enhanced the security of their buildings by covering up all glass walls with hard wood or metal.

Both the police and MDF have assured people of enhanced security to protect lives and their property.

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9 months ago

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Janeeee
Janeeee
9 months ago

timuthokoze mulungu kuti mukuyiphula malawi mu nganjo ya moto tiwoneseni chilungamo ife tili pano kuva ma facts anu momwe inu mwayionera nkhani koma please ma facts anu akhale okomera amalawi komaso malamulo a malawi mukusunga malawi ndinu panopa onani chitetezo akupasanicho ziwani kuti malawi imakukondani komaso imakudalilani osatengera maganizo a anthu komaso ndalama za anthu mulungu azakhale nanu pomwe mukulengeza za momwe nkhani yayendera zikomo.

Mbilya
Mbilya
9 months ago
Reply to  Janeeee

Mau koma awa. Mulungu akudalitseni Janeee

John Gray Gufa
John Gray Gufa
9 months ago
Reply to  Janeeee

Pepani maganizo anu ndi osiyanilanatu ndi a Mulungu amene mukumuchula apa. Pemphani Mulungu chithu chabwino chopindulira a Malawi basi. Inu ndi ine pangakhale povuta kudziwa maganizo a Mlenji wathu. Amen

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Nzika
Nzika
9 months ago

The ruling is in Thine hand, O Lord! Save Thy children, the people of Malawi from oppression, corruption and greed of our present leaders like Thou didest unto our brethren, the children of Israel from the bondage of Pharaoh, the king of Egypt. Giue us a wise, loving and God-fearing president who will treat all Malawians equally without nepotism, favouritism and greed. A president who will uphold justice and accountability like unto Solomon, King David’s son. Someone people would mistake for Jesus due to his loving kindness and good deeds unto all Malawians regardless of where one comes from, which… Read more »

CHIMBENENE NDICHOSA
CHIMBENENE NDICHOSA
9 months ago

in case you have forgotten that the case was about irregularities in poll management system not stolen votes so if APM has a case with stolen vote therefore this will another case on one hand but will be one of those irregularities on the other hand which will need nullification of the previous poll

good
good
9 months ago

according to the electoral act irregularities must show that a person was disadvantaged. be it a voter or candidate. kawerengeniso

Kwinyani
Kwinyani
9 months ago

REST IN ETERNAL HELL AND NEVER RISE AGAIN TILL THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT MR ” DPP ” .
AMEEN

Kuswa Kuswa
9 months ago

Let the judgement flow. Malawi will never again be ruled by anthu otuwa, osaphunzira okulila kudambwe. Usaveji pa Malawi Toto. Nonse mumabwera mu matruck akaunjika ochokera ku Dowa, Mponela, kwaKabudula ku Nsaru, kwa Msundwe etc kudzaba, kugenda ndi kuotcha muona polekera mawa ndi mbusa Nyolonyo wanuyo. Kwawo kwawo kwawo dzinyau dzonse.

Madalo
Madalo
9 months ago
Reply to  Kuswa Kuswa

This kuswa kuswa guy is a shame in the SOCIETY. Actually, you are a wasted sperm from your late father. It is regrettable that you were born because
your mother failed to abort . Shame on you

Mabvuto
Mabvuto
9 months ago
Reply to  Madalo

Kkkkkk koma ndiye kumumasula kuswa kuswa ngati ndimuthu wauzimu azimvere mtolo,

Kuswa Kuswa
9 months ago
Reply to  Madalo

Is my father late? Wopusa iwe eti…ngati tambala.

Francisco Madinga
Francisco Madinga
9 months ago
Reply to  Kuswa Kuswa

Mapazi ako

Kuswa Kuswa
9 months ago

Ako mapazi ulibe?

Owen
Owen
9 months ago
Reply to  Kuswa Kuswa

Kuswa kuswa ndi mbuzi eni eni madala sakuna

wakalekale
9 months ago

if ruling will be in favour of those that wanted to bribe you judges so that you should rule in their favour then don’t be suprised when people get suprised with your ruling

Levious
9 months ago
Reply to  wakalekale

By arresting Thom Mpunganjira really showed and reflect that Devils People’s Party lost this case.
What influenced him to bribe is his DPP was in the right truck about court proceedings
Why was hesent to bribe the judges?
I sorely wish those judges come with what they exposed to the Chief Justice Nyirenda as legitimate
Plse judges release Malawians from these crooks and cabaals
God be on people’s sides not one tribe of Llomwez

Mitengo
Mitengo
9 months ago
Reply to  Levious

You might be surprised if the two respondents win.It’s when you will know that politics is a dirty game.

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