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Nyamazi
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Nyamazi

Mr. Ngalande, do not tell lies to Malawians that Peter can win another election if elections were held to day. He has failed completely to govern this country since he came to power.

Indicators show that a person who got only 36% of the votes during the elections cannot be trust worth and intelligent to govern a country.

This guy is very dull for the job, hence, the problems we are facing now.

Kanyimbi
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Kanyimbi

Bingu took the government from Bakili when donors had run away but his first 100 days in office were excellent and everyone loved Bingu. But now I am afraid if APM has something to offer. Officers from MADERF are busy harassing people who got the FILP loans yet the people are failing to pay back because of hard economic times. Yet the same government said they don’t know where this money came from.

Steve Kamkwalala
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Steve Kamkwalala

Let me get this clearly. If DPP were not popular, how come it won all the MP seats and some councillors in the by elections? How come PP did not win even a single seat. Anakuberaninso. Let me tell you this if you mama does not come back and reogarnise her party she will cry again in 2019 having been number 4 or 5. Mark my words. I also wish to appeal to my colleagues north of Jenda to reorganise youserlves and form a solid party that will be sought after by every party to be in alliance with. You… Read more »

malume
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malume

zolankhula monga izi akulankhula anthuzi ndi zomwe zikupangisa kuti malawi asasinthe, president kungokhala pa mpando nthawi yochepa tayambapo kulankhula zitifikisa kuti izi?zoti boma likubvutika kupeza ndalama chifukwa choti azungu asiya kuthandiza ziko lino taiwala zoti cashgate yatibweresera mabvuto taiwala.ngakhale atakhala pampando wa president malume anu palibe chingasinthe.

ujeni
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Ngalande, know this, APM cannot and will never win an election again. The next 5 years will be tough for him to navigate. Any Malawian working as a clerk can do a better job than him. How can someone who failed to speak in parliament be a president. Better Dausi than Peter.

Umphawi
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Umphawi

Koma olembe ma column enawa ndi nyasi! I will not be surprised if the writer of this piece is outside Malawi.

Nyaka
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Nyaka

Ife atumbuka tikuti a lomwe boma ndi lanu koma mphamvu ndi zathu. Na ngati mtumbuka sali happy ndi boma palibe chimayenda kwa president. Kamuzu Banda Bingu and now Peter have got to their disastrous ends chifukwa cha mtumbuka. Nde batinyozani muona momwe muthele. Muluzi and JB never had these issues even as bad as they were at the job.

Jose'
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Jose'

So you are happy you are responsible for “ungovernability” of the country that emanates for no reasons at all but on ethnicity? Dull clan!

mr what what
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mr what what

somebody said Peter is worse than Bingu, but the truth is Peter is worse than all the tough leaders who has been in this world before, idi amin, sadam hussen,

KING SOLOMONS WISDOM
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KING SOLOMONS WISDOM

MR. CEDRIC NGALANDE,DO U UNDERSTAND THE WORD”RESOUNDING VICTORY”?MOREOVER DO U THINK DPP APM IS POPULARAND CAN WIN AGAIN? ARE U IN MALAWI?MR CEDRIC NGALANDE YO COLUMN JUST SHOWS SHALOW THINKIN ON YO PART .BETER STAY MUM THAN EXPOSE YO LACK OF KNOWLEDGE. FACT IS UR PRO APM.AND UR BUYING FAVOR

Anonymous
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Anonymous

peter akuyendetsa bwino dziko mukhaula enanu