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Silica gell
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Let us not agitate for SKC to work in isolation with isolation aged. APM is making good approach. Remember what happened when JB flooded leadership positions to the youth after the demise of Bingu, the youth started sharing state resources like mangoes, others went to an extent of shooting each other. So let’s sober up my fellow youth.

TRUMP
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TRUMP

KUTHA NGATI MAKATANI CHILIMA IS SILENT PETER IS SILENT WHY ?? BOTH OF THEM THEY KNOW PRETTY WELL THAT WITH THE 36 % WIN THE DPP GOT DURING LAST ELECTION S IF SPLIT INTO TWO OF THEMY THEN DPP WILL BE FINISHED / EMBARRASSED LIKE OLD CURTAINS PIECES HENCE THE SILENCE SO PEOPLE OF MALAWI LET’S NOT WASTE OUR PRECIOUS TIME ON THESE PEOPLE (DPP) IT’S FINISHED !! LIKE CURTAINS !! BUSHIRI IS THE ANSWER TO OUR YOUTHS /LESS PRIVILEGED

TRUMP
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TRUMP

OOOOH GOD PLEASE PLEASE REMOVE THE SCALES OF BLINDNESS FROM THE EYES OF MY FELLOW MALAWIANS SO that we can see that BUSHIRI IS the only Answer to the hardships the country is facing otherwise We will regret like never before in human history PLEASE PAC CHIEFS CHURCH LEADERS INVITE BUSHIRI TO COME AND HELP GOVERN THE COUNTRY AS WAS THE CAUSE WITH KAMUZU THE FUTURE OF OUR AND THE LESS PRIVILEGED IS NOW MAY GOD BLESS OUR LAND

Mwananyanian
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Mwananyanian

Mapyiya M: piece well written, and you drive your point(s) home alright. BUT, I suggest you and others are focusing on the wrong factor: age of our leaders. It may even not be a major factor impeding the economy. There are many young politicians in the world who are out of touch with reality. And are corrupt, and greedy too. No? It appears to me this age thing is the new polemic from detractors. Isn’t experience the best teacher? It (experience) and knowledge are what we should be looking for in future leaders. So, VP Chilima can run for the… Read more »

Chatsalira
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Chatsalira

Some sense at last.
its just not about the age but political and economic will. At the time they were assuming office, older Presidents like Mahathir of Malaysia then you have young leaders like Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore who all developed their countries.
So its more down to the individual rather than just age.

Nabetha
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Nabetha

That sounds good but we have to start somewhere then consider ways of dry cleaning our morals and values for rest of Malawians. For real one individual is not enough to bring desired changes – we all need to play a role.

Terranullis
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Terranullis

Kenya has had young leaders.. since when??

Moi.. Odinga… Kenyatta.. all old!

(Well, of course everybody was young once.. but not during most of their time in real power..)

Phiri
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Phiri

Complete meandering of an artile. Does not make any sense. Argument utterly silly.

Paradign Shift
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Paradign Shift

Wind of change across the African continent in general. Wind of change across Malawi in particular. Should Muthalika and his Octogenarian cronies dare stand, the the youths of Malawi will severely bruise them through the ballot. I can imagine the worst defeat to a sitting president

Terranullis
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Terranullis

Vote rigging…

Plain and simple..