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KK
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#2 you are 100% right

BMW
Guest

Rehabilitations my foot. This is what happens when you run a system eternally without maintenance and upgrades.

nothing but the truth.
Guest

kupusa a Malawife.A ESCOM ndi awa tikungowawona akuyendanyenda mu magalimoto kaya ntchito akugwira nthawi yanji.Samala ndi kuwotcha.

James kotoki
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Nkula,and tedzani were all constructed during kamuzu and these idiots they just came in with their heads full of water just eating and fattening themselves without thinking of other plans,and continue saying kamuzu,did nothing.idiots of leaders we have now.

The Analyzer
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It is mind blowing to see the president and his cohort globe trotting in the name of attracting investors when there is no electricity in Malawi. Every aspect of investment requires reliable energy. Be it production, construction, tourism, health, agriculture, etc. The president for once was supposed to show leadership during this energy crisis. APM has lacked leadership in many critical times since the days he was Minister of Education and at Foreign Affairs. The leadership gaffs are the ones now setting the no nonsense John Magufuli and Paul Kagame in a class of their own. Going about bragging to… Read more »
Eugene
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577 BILLION woyeeee..add to that, the deforestation caused by need for firewood will cause very big problems in the future. There is need for a State of Emergency

Zidura Ntengo Undigwere
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Zidura Ntengo Undigwere

Pithy last question there, Jeromy Kadewere.
One of the problems is that the decision makers at ESCOM are not accountable. The same problems persist, and there is NO reason to expect otherwise, in future, as long as the same people are making the strategic decisions.
I am giving up on ESCOM. Maybe privatization will change the picture. Otherwise, I am seriously thinking of going solar. You won’t believe how fed up I am, and the amount of havoc the unpredictability of the power is causing to the well being of my family. Too bad I can’t sue ESCOM for …

Mphwache
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We need alternative energy sources, like solar, wind and thermal. Initially these sources may seem expensive but they are quicker to install than hydro.

flyton Manda
Guest

The blind leading the blind.

akuntinji anamuona
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Mr Mphande I think you question is unrealistic. Sometimes let’s be honest with what we want to achieve with our writings. Rehabilitation using MCC grant funds has just started, so you want to pretend as if you don’t know what is happening in your nation. We serious needs maintenance now but there should alternative while we are replacing our old machines. The best thing you can do Mr Mphande, check the progress of project and up date with right information. Let’s help our brothers and sisters to understand that such works is not like fixing a latop or vehicle fault.… Read more »
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