Muluzi in South Africa for medical check up

Former president Bakili Muluzi is in South Africa for medical check up, his son Atupele has confirmed.

Malawi’s Former President Bakili Muluzi on routine medical check up

Writing on his Facebook wall, the United Democratic Front (UDF) president said the former president left on Monday for South Africa.

“He is doing well and recovering,” says the young Muluzi.

The statement comes amid fake news in social media platforms that Bakili had chaired a security meeting aimed at strategising on the arrest of opposition leaders included UTM leader Dr Saulos Chilima in a bid to foil the MCP/UTM alliance.

But UDF spokesperson Ken Ndanga has also come out strongly, wondering how a former head of state can chair or attend a security meeting.

He concurred with Atupele Muluzi that the former state president left Malawi on Monday for South Africa.

The Democratic Progressive Party led government has been severely weakened following the Constitutional Court ruling which annulled the May 21 presidential election and has since resorted to the arrests of critics as way of intimidating and silencing them.

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Mina
Mina
1 year ago

Ku Blantyre kwatani malume Kuti munke joz madotolo amphamvu kulibe mwina zipangizo ndi mankhwala mlibemo vision 2020 going pa joloza your fellow Africa shame.

Raza lush
1 year ago
Reply to  Mina

Mbuzi iweti

Ngatewa
Ngatewa
1 year ago

Lero check up zabodza izi kalongondayu. BWINO AKUBERANI KUMENEKO K1.7 B

Hmariwa
Hmariwa
1 year ago

We have nothing to do with MBAMVA

Timvatunuwawa
Timvatunuwawa
1 year ago

Zanzi!!!!

Melvin
Melvin
1 year ago

Going to South Africa for medical check up or treatment? How sad! This is why l have no respect for most African leaders. If only Bakili Muluzi was wise enough from the get go, and to invest all the money he store from Malawi by building top of the range hospitals in Malawi, we would have been reading that he is recupilating at a hospital in Blantyre or Mzuzu, within Malawi,and the whole country would have come kudzamuzonda. The level of dilapidation in most of our hospitals in Malawi escalated due to the selfishness and ignorance of leaders like Muluzi,… Read more »

Melvin
Melvin
1 year ago
Reply to  Melvin

Recuperating rather

Bamusi
1 year ago
Reply to  Melvin

Exactly, I hate all African leaders, stupid. We can build our own hospitals. If I was the president now, sakanapita awa.

Kalulu Wadwala
1 year ago

Kukula

Malisaeche
Malisaeche
1 year ago

He is worried to death about the UTMCP alliance, coz he will have to explain the MK1.7B kikikikikikikikik…….akodzedwa

Nsikidzi
Nsikidzi
1 year ago
Reply to  Malisaeche

I thought so as well.

JCInLA
JCInLA
1 year ago

Malawi is today because of this greedy bs. He must refund Malawi all the money he stole. Because of his corrupt intentions, Malawi is in a shit hole.

KKKK
KKKK
1 year ago

Za kongelesi kuwina chisankho iwalani

Nasingwe
Nasingwe
1 year ago

drama king. when did we hear last he has gone for chekup on our taxes. zayamba kulowa mwakathithi ku account.
so wat do you want us to know? how about our sick relatives. timakuuzani?

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