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Mzondi Chirambo
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Mzondi Chirambo

I hope the government will now return to Mr Cameron all his property that was still vested in the Administrator General on the date the Forfeiture Act was repealed in 1994

winston msowoya
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winston msowoya

Well come back home,Cameron!!!! You have seen things for yourself.You left the country after the so-called Independence.Let us not beat about the bush.The leadership you detested then, is still holding power in our country since you bravely and patriotically resigned from the MCP’s obnoxious regime under Hastings Banda surrounded by his quisling obsequious like the Tembos,Chakuambas,Chibambos,Alekes,Muwalos, so on and so forth,just to enrich themselves and oppress the people of Malawi under the leadership of Banda.Your forthwith resignation from the evil regime was coerced on your own conscience when you confronted Banda on his open desire to turn Malawi a one-man… Read more »

popi
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popi

Well done Mr president and the Malawi government

bwana wamkulu
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bwana wamkulu

did u know he was a British Spy in the cabinet??????

Hlabezulu Ngonoonda
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Hlabezulu Ngonoonda

In fact Kamuzu went beyond the confines of the prone corrupt African culture to change the structure of its society. Africanisaton of the public service was not his cup of tea. His wish to permit Europeans to continued to work alongside Africans in the public service riled some of his ministers. But to him, what was of essence was not the prevention of illicit activities and loss of efficiency in specific operations in various institutions but rather the need to have people of Colin Cameron’s caliber because of his superior know–how and position outside the Malawian society was important. No… Read more »