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Panganani
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The KANYENDA/MWAKHWAWAGATE SCANDAL clearly unearths deep corruption within the DPP and the Judiciary. MALAWI WATHU ANASALA UJA WATHERATU.MPAKANA BRIBING JUDGES TO WIN CASES?CAN THIS FOOL CALLED COMMEY BE TRUSTED.THIS IS HOW CROOKED DPP IS IN THAT IT HAS EVEN LOOPED IN LAWYERS WHICH ARE SUPPORTED TO BRING ABOUT SANITY.TITHAWIRE KUTI?

Chidyaonga
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Chidyaonga

Idiot

Toby
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Toby

One stupid lawyer defending a crooked lawyer(APM). Another crooked lawyer is David Kanyenda DPP Dep Director of legal affairs. Shysters. The lot of them.

Mwananyanian
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Mwananyanian

So now, can any of our so-called legal experts in Malawi, counter this argument based on legal facts like the writer has done here? Some people will despise the analysis because the writer is not in Malawi. Nonsense. Any work can be done remotely and competently. (CSOs: I am not asking you to comment. You are NOT qualified.) Sure, the final arbiter would have to be a Court. But, at this point, opinion from “educated” individuals should be the only ones that count. Not from just anybody, including those speaking and commenting just because they have a hole in their… Read more »

Kada
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Kada

Walemba izi could be a beneficially of the scheme. Kapena akufuna msika

Muswahili Mambo Sana
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Muswahili Mambo Sana

Why protecting him , let him step down in order to be investigated

Gwemula
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Gwemula

Educated fool!! Fotseki zako this why Africa will remain isolated because of people like you

Chisyano
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Chisyano

Nonsense. Firstly, There are no BARRISTERS in South Africa. Only Attorneys or Advocates. Secondly, South Africa uses Roman Dutch Law which is very different to the common law system of Malawi. Thirdly, the ACB have not laid charges yet so it is impossible to offer an opinion. I would never use this dude…. I would hang! Comes across more like a DPP apologist. Sad.

Cognitive DIssonance Theory
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Cognitive DIssonance Theory

This one is more of a journalist than a barrister, there isn’t much about him online about his work as a barrister apart from the bio he has written himself

James Mwale
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James Mwale

You are welcome to Google search him.

My Google search of his name returns 58,300 results. This man is an authority! Respect to him.

You are a useless piece of nonsense without qualifications – that is why you are criticising him. You have no respect for intellectual achievements. Sies!

James Mwale
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James Mwale

He may have used the title to make it clear for the international community. he was writing the article in response to a matter of international interest.

The article is not a court argument, but a simple analysis of the ACB document to state that based on Law and FACT, APM is not guilty. The legal systems only apply when you are dealing with the technicalities of the case.

FACT is FACT, irrespective of where you are. The ACB NEVER proved where APM was wrong.
Malawian law does not state that you are GUILTY until proven innocent. It doesn’t!

Chimzimu Chonyasa
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That is why South Africa is riddled with corrupt stories by leaders. This is the kind lawyers who encourage corruption. Poor reasoning

#DzukaniAmalawi
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#DzukaniAmalawi

When the integrity of the highest is questioned by the public then the right tho g to do is to appoint an independent Commission of Enquiry to test the evidence brought to it. The enquiry should be made public so that there’s no doo t to its independence. Barrister Pusch Commey might just have been bought by DPP to say and write in favour of Peter Mutharika. I do t understand why a man of purported stature would comment on a high profile case without being paid…..ordinarily they would charge TOP dollar per hour just for consultation. The question may… Read more »