MHRC in naming, shaming of political violence perpetrators

Tax-funded human rights body, the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) says it will now start naming and shaming of political violence perpetrators following the usurge of the terror ahead of elections in 2019.

DPP terror Cadets outside the visitors’ gallery

MHRC commissioner Bertha Sefu has said the recent behavior of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) youth cadets at parliament, the political intolerance in the ruling party and the divisions in Aford where there  are two leaders is a cause of concern.

“This is a serious threat to our democracy, this is a serious threat to free, fair and credible elections,” said Sefu.

It is believed that Charles Mchacha, the DPP regional governor for the south organised the last Friday fracas at parliament which targetted DPP officials backing the vice president Saulos Chilima’s presidential candidacy.

Sefu said the naming and shaming of the organisers of violence would put them off.

“Next time they would know that MHRC would be after them,” she said.

Polls are due in 2019.

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Chaka Chamawa Tithamangitsa Mbava
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Chaka Chamawa Tithamangitsa Mbava

Ilo ndi bodza lamnkhuniza. Why not start the naming and shaming right away. What’s stopping you when one of the victims Kaliati told radio that they were sent by Chaponda and Mchacha.

Let me name and shame you MHRC that you are here to pacify the situation, just as in cases of Cashgate version 2.0.

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Follower

Start Now.Not next time.

Lincoln
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Lincoln

Mungonena inu. As toothless as ABC

KALISTA
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THE FACES ARE CLEARLY VISIBLE IN THE PHOTO — PLEASE ARREST THESE MONSTER’S SO THAT IT CAN SERVE AS A LESSON TO OTHER WOULD BE VIOLENCE PERPETRATORS — IF NOTHING IS DONE TO THESE PEOPLE-FORGET ABOUT FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS NEXT YEAR —

Amedi Chanamba
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Amedi Chanamba

Tatopa tsopano ndiza DPP,,,,,achoke lawakanika boma

NTHAWI
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NTHAWI

Next time never ends. If you mean it madam Sefu then this is the time to act. don’t act when the situation gets worse. Don’t wait until something big happens. The time is now to take action.

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