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kondie
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kondie

With the current financial difficulties the country is in it is not feasible to increase those who voted for the increase are unreasonable

ManoRo
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ManoRo

Please tell the people the truth of the matter. What was the vote about? You don’t lose anything by telling the truth. Rather, truth just increases your credibility and reliability.

Penya
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Penya

scrap the District Development fund. It only feeds corruption.

Chifundo
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Chifundo

Is it opposition defeats government or opposition defeats itself? HAHAHAHAHAHA

Chirwa
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Chirwa

Njovuyalema tried his best to educate his ignorant and unwilling-to-learn opposition MPs on what they were voting for, but his attempt did not yield anything. This happens when you have ignorant leader of opposition. I wish Njovuyalema could lead the opposition block, zinazi eeee ayi zitipitisa kutchire.

Jean
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Jean

Hmmm this article is misinforming the readers. Finance Minister Goodall Gondwe proposed that the CDF, currently at Mk12million, be increased up to Mk15million. But MPs wanted it to be increased to between K18 and K25 million. This brought up a stand-off which forced the speaker to ask the MPs whether they want the CDF to be increased from K12 million or not (INCREASE or NO). Unfortunately, opposition MPs ndi phuma losafuna kumvesa zinthu voted, ignorantly, for NO increase of CDF. Their vote meant that CDF in this budget should still be at K12 million, rejecting Goodall’s proposed increase hahahahahaha. Njobvuyalema… Read more »