Wiseman faults Mutharika on stadiums pledge

A Chancellor College political commentator has told President Peter Mutharika to avoid promises of petty issues, saying he needed to fix things instead other than making political gimmicks like  pledging ti construct stadiums for Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers to gain political mileage ahead of May 21 polls .

Wiseman Chijere Chirwa: Petty pledges

Mutharika on Sunday promised during his whistle-stop  directed Malawi National Council of Sports, Blantyre City Council and Ministry of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development to strategise on implementing the stadium projects for Bullets and Wanderers.

But Wiseman Chijere Chirwa, a senior lecturer with the University of Malawi at Chancellor College said Mutharika should instead fix public health services problems, public education services problems and food insecurity, among others.

“People want to hear what his administration would do to improve the public health sector problems, the public education services problems, the food insecurity. The stadia issue is very petty. That is not what Malawians want now,” said Chijere Chirwa.

Chijere Chirwa said the construction of the stadiums cannot be a priority area for Malawians.

He said Malawians are not crying fir stadi, they need good health care, good roads, good education, good water and good public service.

On sports facilities, other commentators pointed out that the Malawi netball team, the Queens  that has been shinning on the global scene without any tangible infrastructure befitting them domestically and yet they have been loudly crying for a netball stadium.

Mutharika made the promises during his whistle stop tour in Blantyre.

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Babatunde
Babatunde
1 year ago

Nganga bulawayo zamuvuta kkkkkk

APM
APM
1 year ago

NGANGA UYU WAPANGA EXPIRE…ADZIPITA AKALIME NANDOLO KU NDATA BASI PA 21 MAY PANO.

dan
dan
1 year ago

So other teams are not important? So which region benefits from these developments, what about those who do not benefits from these; Who suffers?

Investigator
1 year ago

This president has lost direction …………….now I have changed my mind on voting for him

chikoti
chikoti
1 year ago

After all the noise,protests,bitter comments by you here,who benefits? Bb and koma plus their supporters..whether its political or not what matters is the fulfillment of the pledge..if its done so be it good news to football lovers in the country.learn to see good in other peoples lives..don’t be selfish…God loves those who love to see others prosper..

Kanyimbi
Kanyimbi
1 year ago

Boma imangire stadia Bullets & Wanderers, aaah y not KB & Red Lions coz ndiye ma team awo. Campaign yalembedwa m’madzi kicks of a dying horse kwaipa kkkkkkk.

pedegu
pedegu
1 year ago

Pangani zanu tione mukuchedwa abelethe inu????

M'malawi okwiya
M'malawi okwiya
1 year ago

Mr President Malawians knows that is chilima fever and hes been saying,mumva pheeeeeni.lero ndizimenizi mugonena zosamveka, maloto achiumba.Mr President were: mombera university, mangochi fisheries university, nsaje port, njamba stadium, chileka international airport, Tikudikililabe mapromise anu aja. Mr President mwaziwa liti kuti matimuwa alive mastadium awo awo?

Kennedy
Kennedy
1 year ago

What next? H’ll promise to raise his brother and contest for presidency. He has enough cash why not retire, dyera. Ufiti kapena chamba? Chindere chamunthu.

Yaphama
Yaphama
1 year ago

Plse ngati alangizi akukuyi taziyambani mwapanga check zomwe akayannkhule nkuchotsamo zooipazo nkusiyamo mfun zabwino pali chiyani chs nzeru chomwe anayankhula? Zinazi mukupangitsa ndi inu alangize ake kuti mkuluyi anthu azimutukwana, mwala womwe anakaika ku North ija mumuuze kuti ukumera ndere we r tired wth this nonsense. Nkuluyi watha ma plan vuto dyera ndiye kaya asova

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