Malawi ex-president Muluzi tells politicians to avoid crass comments to avert anarchy

Former president Bakili Muluzi has implored on political leaders to preach peace before, during and after the election case ruling on Monday to avert violence.

Muluzi: Statesman tips to political leaders

In a statement, Muluzi tells political parties and their leaders to desist from making crass statements which have the potential to ignite  chaos in the country.

“The same goes to our clergy from various religious groups to prioritise messages of peace, harmony and tolerance in the country.

“Let us together create a nation which is inclusive and where people have a stake in the future to make it peaceful and prosperous that respects  each other and respects the rule of law,” says Muluzi.

Muluzi has told Malawians to learn from history how people fought  for multiparty democracy in 1994 by peaceful means and through dialogue.

“We need to invoke the same spirit now and tame our personal egos and speak one language of peace regardless of our political differences,” he says.

He advised those who might be disappointed with the ruling to respect the rule of law and use civil means and dialogue to achieve their objectives.

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Mtitima
Mtitima
9 months ago

Why would anyone listen to Muluzi. We are in this mess because of him. If anyone decides to prosecute him for his theft, he will suddenly be taken so ill that he he will need to go to RSA to get emergency treatment. I would shut up if I were him.

Mbava
9 months ago

Mavuto onsewa ndi inu a Muluzi, you was jealous with Malewezi munamupatsa Bingu Chipani, Lero ndi izi UDF yatha ngati ma curtains. Kuipa mtima, shut up .

Malawian
Malawian
9 months ago

A bakili mukumanama Kuti multiparty anadza ndi inu ndipo munawavutilikila bodza mudzasiya Liti madala tonse tikudziwa Kuti ndi chakufwa chihana inu minalowa zothaitha koma chifukwa cha kuchulukana kwa Ku mwera majority rules komanso anthu anali atatopa ndi nkhanza Za chipani chimodzi cha MCP wanted a change. Panopa anthu akufuna mtsogokeli wamasomphenya adziko lonse osaona mtundu kapena chigawo or chipani . Kwacha izizungulila kwa amphawi ndi olemera waiting pa 3 for a be

Chief
Chief
9 months ago

Bakili ukhale chete

Jose
Jose
9 months ago

Malawi wachuluka anthu a magazine a green blue yellow mtundu chigawo mudzasintha liti.choncho malawi angakwere.hopeless.just looking at your comments shame sunthani mindset.No leader is the best except to his supporters but among chakwera chilima and Peter there is the best among them that God has endorsed after court judgement believe me we should accept that leader.Amen.

Amadeus
9 months ago

It’s rather surprising that BM can preach peace considering the way he persecuted Dr HKB and also his third term bid that almost ruptured the country.

Sahara
Sahara
9 months ago

Muluzi needed third term and he is the founder and father of corruption, laziness, and unemployment in Malawi.

Ndendeuli
Ndendeuli
9 months ago

Whoever gives this imbecile a platform to give his opinion is an idiot.

CESSPOOL
CESSPOOL
9 months ago

Zaumve basi! Stop abusing our brains. You’ve conferred upon yourself as the only politician who fought for multiparty. This guy has a running nose it’s dripping a lot of filth. He is no longer relevant to the current situation. His leadership/presidency project for southern region for the next fifty years has been overtaken by events such as DPP farts and its mafia politics. His backache will be headlines since his son is in search of a political niche Atupele is another hogwash a political toddler beaten into shadows by DPP

chataika
chataika
9 months ago

Thats the way to go your excellency! Thank you for wise words

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