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Ndata
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Ndata

Those presidents will be remembered as wrathful thieves with no heart at all, particurlarly the Mutharikas.

At least history could pity Bakili and aMayi as uneducated, Kamuzu – because he had no opposition and no one to learn from. But the Mutharikas no.

How does it pride one to have a palace built on stollen money in the midst of poverty stricken village like Ndata. I think the Mutharikas hearts are not human but those of wild animals.

Thitherward
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Thitherward

Please correct me if I am wrong but, as far as I know, there has never been a time in the history of this part of Africa when the powerful have not exploited, robbed and victimized the poor. Before the arrival of the British, the aNgoni and other powerful African nations would attack the weaker, more sedentary groups, killing the men and many of the women and children, enslaving the rest, and laying waste to their homes and gardens. Thus, traditionally, we either abused, or were abused, by military might. When the British administration was imposed, they stole most of… Read more »

ngalamayi
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ngalamayi

Being told that these leaders will face justice in the future is of no interest or consolation to those battling just to find today’s food, medical help. Is it so surprising that corruption in Malawi is at its worst in living memory? Those with the opportunity to benefit illegally from their vulnerable brethren will look at these leaders and can’t be blamed for thinking: ‘If my leader does it, it must be OK… and I have no choice, anyway’. JUSTICE MUST RULE TODAY,not maybe sometime in the future.

Oikonda DPP
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Oikonda DPP

Akuti Peter akuba kwambiri kuposa ma president onse akale eish.

Mwananyanian
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The last paragraph contains important but only soft deterrents, for majority of people on this planet, Mr Nick Wright. Examples of moral stewardship for poor nations: Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, and perhaps Julius Nyerere. I’m not sure if morality can be acquired by leaning, or one is born with it, but the two Africans seem to have monopolized morality, frugality, fairness, foresightedness on this Continent. One should wonder if, for Gandhi, Mandela and Nyerere, the material suffering – poverty – of their people did not feature prominently in most of their dreams (in sleep, I mean). Most human beings,… Read more »

Ntchona
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Ntchona

Africa is the only place where leaders don’t even consider resigning when a scandal breaks during their rule. God is watching. Who doesn’t know the breed of leaders Malawi has had is a simple list of gangsters that has included women. Stealing from us because they clearly know they will be no consequences. Most government ministers are rich not because they work hard but because they are common thieves.