‘Unshaken’ Mutharika to open parliament despite violent CSOs protests

Parliament and State House say President Peter Mutharika is set to open parliament at 10am this morning and make the state of the nation address despite violent protests on Thursday which led to the damage of some parts of the National Assembly.

Mutharika: Unshaken

National Assembly spokesperson Leonard Mengezi said the destruction of the gate into the entrance of the parliament building as well as the damage to the glass on the door leading to the chamber will not deter Mutharika from opening parliament.

State House spokesperson Mgeme Kalilani said it was a constitutional duty for the president to open parliament and make the state of the national address.

“It is the constitutional right for people to protest but they should not riot, they should not loot. If they have rioted and looted, the police will handle this,” said KaliLani.

Police are expected to effect arrests today over the damage of parliament building.

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Jamax
Jamax
1 year ago

Yes APM is very strong and brave – being a true chosen LEADER from GOD he puts God first and listens to his people – thats why he is never shaken by any EVIL action from the opposition. Yes he is the only true democratic president in Africa nothing like this could happen in any countery in Africa without being jailed and be locked in prison. I know for sure that Pastor Chakwera will behave foolishly with brutal manners for a while in this country because the (spirit of the serpent is controlling him now) but the spirit of God… Read more »

Joloza
1 year ago

Don’t waste time insulting each other here. Lets tackle real issues. Its better to keep quite if you have no input. The way you express yourself speaks volumes of who you are. No wonder some of us are bad leaders of our homes. I am sure that some of us here are abusive of our spouses because of the words we use i.e zotukwananazi. Kutukwana ndikusowa mfundotu. Ndiye khalidwe lake limeneli inuyo mungakhale mtsogoleri wa dziko. Ndiye bola Mutharikatu alibe mfindo inde koma satukwana ngati mmene enanu mukuchitira. Kuyankhula kwake kumeneku enanu ngakhale simungasankhidwe kukhala ma chairman a forum mmakukamu.… Read more »

Ine
Ine
1 year ago

This is painful, he is heartless. Pliz malawi news ask experts what suitable words to use instead of using words that send wrong msgs to people.

Phingo Walusa
Phingo Walusa
1 year ago

Unshaken? Muiuze mbuzi imeneyi if not justice, cardiac arrest will over take him very soon

kennedy
kennedy
1 year ago

Thos in favor of peter are old fools and blinded by corruption.

LALALA
LALALA
1 year ago
Reply to  kennedy

Your an empty tin that is why you make unnecessary noise

Favour of Yahweh
1 year ago
Reply to  kennedy

Have you looked at your foolishness first of being abused and misused. Stop using your nose to think, use you medulla . You just follow the blind who cannot point a single thing except their own house.

yemweuja
yemweuja
1 year ago

When the sane person avoid argument with the fool doesn’t make him the idiot. .

Tuvitwana
Tuvitwana
1 year ago

UNSHAKEN!? REALLY?
RUNNING AWAY FROM THE PPLE HE CLAIMS VOTED FOR HIM kkkkkkkk

Malemu Tippex Arthur P Stole K145 million

Death will shake him in no time. He has little time to life. What goes around comes around. Who knew Joseph Kabila would be out? Who knew al Bashir would be out? Who knew Yaya Jameh would be out? Who knew. Griffin Supuni Phiri would be forced out? Criminals don’t last long.

LALALA
LALALA
1 year ago

You will be the first to kiss the ground believe me God is watching you.

Nambe
1 year ago

your own mother and father will die first

Ecclessia
Ecclessia
1 year ago

Delete “Unshaken” and write arrogant.

Eduardo, Provincia de Niassa
Eduardo, Provincia de Niassa
1 year ago

All the best my President! You are my man and may God continue blessing you, in Jesus’s name, Amen!!

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