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Ndatopa ndi DPP
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Ndatopa ndi DPP

It’s sad that things have gotten this far, any leadership with good sense should have nipped this in the bud weeks ago, but as always the leader is clueless with what to do with every crisis

Vinyo
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Vinyo

In Malawi we have a problem of procrastination. Unfortunately, government is crippled by the same problem. The issue of bloodsuckers started like a rumour somewhere in Mulanje. People complained to their leaders in various circles including politics. Only one MP, his name is Kalindo responded in total concurrence with his constituents that what people said was indeed true. But to his surprise this deserved a rebuke from his own party he represents in parliament, DPP. In its rebuke the party accused the alarmed MP that he was promoting rumour mongering and that he needed to stop with immediate effect. Further… Read more »

Ntchito
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Ntchito

The president must resign. How can he be believing in witchcraft in the 21st century? And you entrust that kind of person to lead 18million people?

Jemusi
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Jemusi

Weak president, weak police. You tell me the police cannot deal with the situation? What is wrong with Malawi.
Just arrest these fools and do not give them bail.

This is pure criminal!1

Zion
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Zion

Very sad, this stifles development and will have a long-term effect on the economy and the people. Thi is an urgent matter of public security and must be curbed immediately as the nation has already descended into anarchy.