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Kaitano
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Kaitano

USA and UK has agreed with Dr Lazarus Chakwera, now what next Thomu?

Keen Observer
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Keen Observer

Well balanced analysis & truthfully narrated. Why international community for the safety of a candidate? Why can’t MCP simply organise private security for their candidate?

martin
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martin

THOM was used to stand for the truth in those days but now his truth is DPP, shame on you, isn’t this very nyasatimes that reported that a police officer was beaten up by dpp cadets at Tsangano turn off a few months ago?

Yumyum
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Yumyum

Nonsense

Nansani
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Chakwera will loose both ie bye-elections and the convention. Trust me, chakwera will not make it at the MCP convention. He has proven to be a very bad and misleading leader.

Achi
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Achi

Chakwera ndi deal.

You don’t complain to a partisan institution if you are sane. What a calculated approach!

Bristone Mabichi
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Bristone Mabichi

Chakwera is right and he has done a good thing to relieve the pressure. It is not only him, people have been insulted and its a matter of time we don’t want such to happen in Malawi. “Until Jesus comes there shall be no president from the north” and another religious leader recently on Times TV said “people in the north they like making noise”. Never underrate Chakwera’s remarks. Yatuta Chisiza, came at a wrong time. I think this was his time. Now that is past, it is not only the north, visit places like Neno, even Phalombe and hear… Read more »

Omex70
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Omex70

I can’t agree with you Thom. Chakwera has done the right thing by reporting the matter to Diplomatic Community. Whether the Diplomatic Community throws the matter back to local authorities or not it doesn’t matter. The most important thing is to report the matter to independent bodies not partisan groups like police who are independent on paper but partisan on the ground. Everybody knows that a DPP supporter can assault a person in the presence of the police and no action can be taken by the police. The only language that the police can utter to bluff the people is… Read more »

Ngalamayi
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Ngalamayi

When you live in a country where speaking your mind and presenting an opposition can result in all sorts of ‘accidents’, where so-called independent bodies are influenced by those with the most power and money, where all trust and faith in keepers of the law is fast disintegrating, you have to take out very strong insurance. That’s what Chakwera is doing: protecting MCP’s candidate. If any ‘accident’ befalls him, the international community and Malawians will already have been warned. If official methods could have worked, I’m sure Chakwera would have used them.

Maine
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Maine

True

AAlex
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AAlex

You are a good writer. However, every time I read your articles they sound pro DPP. Am not sure if you’d agree with me that the chances that there would be no action if this matter is reported to any institution in the country. Police, MEC or whatever. The MAFIAS behind Mutharika would do anything to make sure they remain the ruling party for ever. Not that they want to help the poor Malawian in the village, but for them to continue benefiting for themselves and their families. BAD people. I feel sorry for our president. He could be a… Read more »

Maine
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Maine

agree