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Nilibe Pulobulem
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Nilibe Pulobulem

Nyengere, number 19, Sorry, I forgot Senior Chief Ngongoliwa. Mwina kamtima nkukhala pansi eti?

kudya nkhupisaka
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You parliamentarians you dont think properly i dont know if this you just want to buy favurs.Coz begging as the way these beggers are doing,cant help them rather than abide by what the government id saying.Zimapasa manyazi kwa alendo obwera m’dziko muno beggers almost every corner of our cities and towns.Let them stay away from the streets and attend school for better future Malawi

Namulangeni
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Namulangeni

i agree with the government with the solution of arresting them plus the people who choose to be giving them money,its apitty that some parents instead of sending their children to school they do send them to go beg on the street to beg with giving them a target amount to bring it home.as parents we are not helping the children cause in the future they will be hardcore criminals cause of the love of money,and on top of that this kids during the night mmmmh!!!!!! there just heartles and thieves so the government to its side it has done… Read more »

Winston Msowoya
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Winston Msowoya

Fellow Malawians,we must not castigate children for begging besides the our roads.This is a clear indication that their government has failed them.The whole country must come with a constructive solution to help our future leaders,we must not abandon our future leaders when we are all gone.Kaliati is not in a position to help these helpless boys and girls and of course,she minds her own well being,which is regrettably,unpartriotic and deadly irresponsible.One wonders why does the government lavishly spend public funds instead of helping these young people.However,the so-called President would care the less,because his children are living beyond the seas with… Read more »

nyengere
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nyengere

Nilibepolobulem number 9 you are a fool. Who told you that Mwari, mathanyula, thaphatula, winiko and manganya are among the beautiful and handsome LOMWES. You have given bad examplesfor our tribe. Lomwe beauties and hand somes are out of your list. Look at Manga with his big head, then Mwari’s lips. Next time choose the beautiful and handsome LOMWES.

Mbunga
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Mbunga

If we turn to the bible about these issues, then we’ll get it all wrong. The reason I’m saying this is: the bible has alot of dimensions whereby both sides will end up being right. Firstly, the bible does not entertain laziness. Going by this vein of thinking, those that are advocating for the abolition of begging will carry the day since no single person can stand up here to say I’m a hard worker because I work hard in my begging activities. On the other hand, the very same bible advocates for alms giving which is in line with… Read more »

Concerned
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Concerned

Ayambe Pitala ndi DPP kuleka going out with a begging bowl to other nations. However, the problem is that whenever these children/people are put in rehabilitation to learn some skills, they run away and return to the streets. They do not want to work. The Bible says, “Those who don’t work should not eat.” How do these beggars expect to eat when they do not want to work? We have good examples of people with disabilities who fend for their families. Many persons with disabilities have skills and all they need is to be given assistance to get started and… Read more »

H Kamdidi
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H Kamdidi

It is so funny! The same Kaliati was defending handouts to his constituents during the NDI campaign against MPs dishing out handouts. She said each and every time she goes to her area she carries some money not less than MK100,000 to carter for people who would come asking for help from her! “Asking for help….how different is it from begging?”

ameneyo
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ameneyo

I may not be a big fun of the lady minister but on this matter I WILL always be in agreement with Hon. Kaliati (Mrs). It is just a matter of time before a beggar will be hit by a vehicle because they rush from one side of the road to the other, on wheel chairs or on foot. Poverty may be an issue but it is definitely not the whole story. I think someone needs to do serious research work on the real causes of such rampant begging in Malawi and recommend workable solutions to this cancer once and… Read more »

Thitherward 'wendo
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Thitherward 'wendo

We would all do well to act on the words echoed by Masozi Mwenifumbo: ‘Blessed is the person who gives to the poor . . . .’