Peoples Party (PP) acting president Uladi Mussa on Sunday claimed regime thugs are behind high profile break in and murders in the country.
Speaking during a rally the party held in Salima on Sunday, Mussa said government is reluctant to investigate and bring to book those who are behind these acts because they are agents of some high powers.
Among others, he cited the break in of the former president Joyce Banda’s house in Nkhata Bay, United Democratic Front (UDF) president Atupele Muluzi’s house in Lilongwe, Malawi Vice President Saulos Chilima’s house, the European Union offices in Lilongwe, the killing of University of Malawi student Robert Chasowa and Anti Corruption Bureau’s Issah Njauju as examples of well planned missions by regime thugs.
“We want to know who are behind these things as this is of great concern to the country. One wonders if at all those involved are indeed ordinary thieves and murderers,” he said.
He added, ” Awa ndi anthu a m’boma omwewa (these are regime agents). It is not possible for an ordinary person to plan all these things, it’s the work of professionals with government links. We want government to investigate and bring them to book.”
The rally which was attended by a remarkable audience had top PP officials from all the regions in the country.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :