Muluzi set to meet Chilima and Chakwera post-election political impasse

Former president Bakili Muluzi has failed to get back to anti-Jane Ansah protest organisers to brief them on his meeting with President Peter Mutharika as the start of the beginning of what he called dialogue on the heightened political impasse.

Malawi’s Former President Bakili Muluzi offered to help quell the current political impasse

Muluzi had promised to get back to Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) after seven days from their initial meeting over a week ago in Blantyre.

He met Mutharika to impress upon him tell the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) chairperson to resign following the much disputed presidential election.

HRDC officials have said they are still waiting for an invitation from the former Head of State to brief them the outcome of his meeting with Mutharika.

Political scientist Ernest Thindwa said the silence from Muluzi might be a sign that his effort for peace mediation has hit a snag.

But sources close to the former president said he is scheduled to meet Malawi Congress Party leader Lazarus Chakwera and UTM Party president Saulos  Chilima.

There were rumours on social media that Muluzi had met Chilima in South Africa but they were unfounded as the former president did not fly out of the country.

 

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Noble Man
Noble Man
1 year ago

How can we let this Buluzi mediate. Malawi ndithu. From being accused of stealing billions to mediating. Ayi ndithu. Malawi Dzuka.

Kwacha Finally
Kwacha Finally
1 year ago

Bakili Muluzi is personally responsible for the corruption and rigged elections which Malawi has been experiencing since 1994. In 1994 Bakili was bankrupt, UDF was funded by late Patrick Mbewe and others. However the day Bakili was sworn in as President was thestart of his looting and the corruption and destruction of democracy. The late Chakufwa Chihana very quickly recognised Bakili was a corrupt crook and resigned as the 2nd Vice President. This crook Bakili should not be trusted to mediate. He will sell everyone just for his and his son Atupele’s to earn favour with APM. Please shun Muluzi… Read more »

kumpalume
kumpalume
1 year ago

Dr chillima and chakwera have nothing to do with protests organized by HRDC ,if muluzi is wise enough let him meet Jane Ansah for she is the cause of all the protests .As for Chakwera and chillima they are waiting for their case in court .

President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
1 year ago

Dr. Chilima and Dr. Chakwera please dont meet this guy. He should meet Jane Ansah.

Sikweina
Sikweina
1 year ago

CHAKWERA AND CHILIMA DONT ACCEPT THE INVITATION OF BAKILI . THE GUY IS A DOUBLE -STANDARD ANGOFUNA AKAKUPALENI MKAMWA. HIM IS A Dpp Guy ndipo amadya momwemo. IF I WERE BAKILI I WOULD REMAINED QUIET BECAUSE I TOO HAVE THE CASE TO ANSWER AT THE COURT AFUNA AWONEKE NGATI IYE SIMBAVANSO.

Nyondo
1 year ago

If he can’t give feedback what type of dialogue is going to bring. This shows he has failed

Vinjenje
Vinjenje
1 year ago
Reply to  Nyondo

He is just as useless as Peteri himself.

NYOKO
1 year ago

The only thing I can is that muluxi is trying to show the extent of his stupidity in his last days

Pamunyelo
Pamunyelo
1 year ago

Courts have tried their best to give DPP ample time to go into negotiations but Peter has wasted it into castigations. You know ,DPP can’t govern the country.Its too late now.DPP lacks fast thinking people.These people are many ,its completely new generation. Bakili is outdated can’t match these people

MK1.7B
MK1.7B
1 year ago

We are still waiting fir seven days

Stupid
Stupid
1 year ago

Kodi seven days siyinakwanebe????………still waiting!!

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