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Manganya wayenjeza akuzembela kaye mmalo mongonena chilungamo. This guy is not serious bwenzi titamuvotela. My hope is Chilima pa independent

Luka
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Luka

Does anyone remember the 1993 movie, “Groundhog Day”? The hero gets caught in a 24 hours time loop, and wakens at the beginning of the same day, every day. Time never progresses beyond 24 hours. Isn’t that a bit like our electoral system? At the end of each electoral cycle, we hold an election that shuffles the same pack of unworthy candidates, and leaves us with the reasonable expectation of five years more of what we have just experienced – bad government. An independent presidential candidate with all the personal and leadership qualities that we crave could enable us to… Read more »

#DzukaniAmalawi
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#DzukaniAmalawi

Viola! spread the above message to those that are negatively affected by the current Malawi situation (the rural people and the young unemployable youth). Let them identify their own leader who will take them and all of us out of this quandary. Dzukani a Malawi!

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#DzukaniAmalawi

In fact this should be a light bulb moment for Malawians. Get an independent candidate (Odya Zake type) who is young, bright, has energy with a clear ideology, a firebrand and that’s it. Push for 25% of the young voting population and that’s it…..he will be on his way to the state house. Turn the table with the First Past The Point (FPTP) Electrol Bill which takes the highest party of independent with the highest vote to the state house. It is likely that DPP + UDF will garner 23% of the votes, PP probably 9% and the rest fragmented… Read more »

MAGUFULI
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MAGUFULI

Oooh God please Remove the scales of blindness from the eyes of my fellow MALAWIANS so that we can see that BUSHIRI IS ANSWER TO OUR HARDSHIPS OTHERWISE WE WILL REGRET LIKE NEVER BEFORE IN HUMAN HISTORY PLEASE PAC CHIEFS CHURCH LEADERS INVITE BUSHIRI TO COME AND GOVERN THE COUNTRY AS WAS THE CAUSE WITH KAMUZU THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN IS NOW MAY GOD BLESS OUR LAND !!

santana
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santana

Who will answer the call? Answer it yourself, Ntata. How blind are you that you cannot see that no independent candidate can win in Malawi on presidential ticket? Just join Usi and eat his money. Phukusi anakutuma lija kuti ukapatse mafumu ku Ndirande unapita nalo kuti? Mafumu akukufuna ku Ndirande ukawapatse zawo.

Bandawe
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Bandawe

Sounds more theoretical than practical.

Systems Thinker
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Systems Thinker

A Ntata, yours trully mukuzinena inu? kkkkk Nobody can vote 4 you my brother bola Usiyo.Komaso apa mukumpangila campaign Usi.. Alomwealomwe nophiya kkkkkkk. Pangali yakunong’a basi.

#DzukaniAmalawi
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#DzukaniAmalawi

Allan Ntata, you have hit the nail on the head. An independent challenge is possible and likely win the tripartite elections with only 25% of the votes; especially with so many political parties having registered (new and traditional). The voting will be so fragmented such that an independent could end up at state house with 25% of the votes. With a hindsight it could be a blessing in disguise to Malawians that the Electoral Reform Bill was voted against. DPP might get 23%, MCP 21%, UDF 9% and all other parties will share 22%. This isn’t far fetched!!!!