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every problem has a solution
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every problem has a solution

look at this malawi,it manages to protect wildlife but fails to protect people{albino},hey!! build a huge house and call all every albino to live there,their guards should be also albino with gun,am tolking to you mr.APM

CHEWA FEDERAL FRONT
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What a bizarre story to be famed for! Look, this story is now all over the place. Even the BBC had a piece on Malawi’s “body-parts” business the other day. I could go on, but the bottom line is that Malawi needs spiritual re-awakening, because what we have here is DEMONIC POSSESSION. I’m not a moslem, but I chanced upon a talk on the “jinn” once, on Radio Islam. The Sheik was brilliant. The shadowy people who order the killing of others to get rich are themselves victims of some dark forces and they should be helped. Actually, rescued. How?… Read more »
Jack
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ALL PEOPLE IN MALAWI FACE TOTAL EXTINCTION!..

THE COUNTRY IS A SHIT HOLE..

masa masina
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I hope the international community does not cut off aid to Malawi as a form of punishment for failing to protect the rights of people living with albinism.

Che Wanimiliyoni
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To put it bluntly there is silent GENOCIDE of people with albinism in Malawi. And the perpetrators of such crime against humanity are being handed linient sentences short of death. Shame on the citizens of much touted and self acclaimed God fearing nation. And to you United Nations is this what you do where GENOCIDE is taking shape just mere talk as you did in Rwanda? Cant you provide a self haven for this people?

The Analyst
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O…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..O Ine nde, I always blame all this on the country’s leadership – their indifference, passiveness and we-dont-care attitude is quite irritating. You see . . . . . . If APM were a real professor of law; being the president he is; could have convened Parliament for 5 days, enact a special law imposing DEATH PENALTY for anyone caught doing this or just carrying the bones. . . . If Chakwera cared about some other things also besides the presidency; he could have equally initiated the same. . . . If our MPs were not just interested in their… Read more »
Bwande
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Your president cannot speak about this or even convene an emergency parliament session because he cannot pronounce the term ‘Albino’. Moreso if it were to be in Chichewa. Remember ‘ndabwera kudzatsegula ujeni… ujeni… uyu… ndisiyeni ndimalize…’. Well, this is a serious matter. Malawians tend to jump onto any belief and always overdo it. Mpaka kumpanga overtake Satana. Tanzanians at least managed to deal with this. But it’s really shameful thing to be associated with as a country. I don’t know if we can even think of attracting foreign investors or tourists with this making news around the world. Mzungu tidzayamba… Read more »
Bwande
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The most shameful thing to come out of Malawi. Zinayambira ku Tanzania pano zatsalira ndi a Malawi

Christian
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don’t worry God will protect them since Malawi is a God fearing nation.

Nyani wa ku Mwananyani
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Nyani wa ku Mwananyani
Fellow Malawians: This is serious, very serious business. No kidding when the UN sends someone like Ms Ero to “school” us on this subject! And we must take action real quick. This is, to be sure, a cris de coeur or a passionate/desperate cry from a PWA, regarding people like her. Who are human beings, just like you and me. Definite action is needed from all the leaders in this land – religious leaders, politicians, the Police and Judiciary, chiefs – including Village Heads, business leaders, academics and even NGOs. This is the juncture when those who champion human rights… Read more »
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