Governance activist Unandi Banda, who was one of the campaigners of multiparty democracy, has observed that democratic governance is now entrenched in the country but Malawi has made loses in terms of development.
“We have made loses in terms of development. Malawi was making steady progress of development under one party state,” Banda said on Capital FM.
He, however, said there is a need for continuing civic education on the meaning and prospects of democracy in Malawi.
Malawi marked 23 years of introduction of multiparty democracy last week on June 14, a day citizen voted in a referendum to end one party dictatorship.
Banda said Malawi need to push for high national economic growth rates, steady improvements and expansion of national infrastructure.
He said the nation needs advancement in education sector, youth development, healthcare delivery, housing, water supply and other social service.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :