Saulos Chilima, who is in the United Kingdom (UK) on holiday, has vowed

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Saulos Chilima, who is in the United Kingdom (UK) on holiday, has vowed to tackle extreme poverty and inequality if elected to govern the country as President in 2019, promising to deal with corruption head on.
Chilima said this at the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House in London on Wednesday.
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“I will end slave master economic system once elected,” said Chilima who is leading United Transformation Movement (UTM) for which he is the torch-bearer for the 2019 Tripartite Elections.
He dumped the governing Democratic
Progressive Party (DPP) in June.

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Chilima is taking advantage of his one week self-funded holiday to seek international credibility and London is an important platform as he is engaging some distinctly English and internationally highbrow institutions.
The Chatham House which analyses and promotes understanding of international issues affairs has hosted many world leaders including Malawian President Peter Mutharika, his predecessors Joyce Banda and the late Bingu wa Mutharika have previously addressed the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

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In his speech, themed ‘How to generate political and public will: To influence change in a complex democracy,’ Chilima who has pledged to sort out the country’s shambolic state owned enterprises if elected President.
Chilima said the UTM will have a detailed electoral pledge in a manifesto to be launched in due cours, saying his movement will bring a message of hope for a better future and also better governance in Malawi.
He also pledged to trim presidential powers and share some responsibilities to the deputy president.
“I will trim presidential powers and give more powers to deputy president including assigning ministries,” he said.
Strong analysis
On Monday, former First Minister Jack McConnell also hailed Chilima for what he described as a strong analysis of development in Malawi.
He tweeted: “Very strong analysis of current developments in Malawi from VP Chilima in London today”.
McConell, who is life peer in Britain’s House of Lords, made his comments in the twit after meeting Chilima in London on Monday.
Diaspora meeting
Meanwhile, Chilima who said at
Chatham House that he will give nod to the dual-citizenship “on day one” when he takes over as President, is scheduled to meet with Malawians who have organised a dinner and dance to have chat with in Northampton at Hilton Hotel.
Office of the Vice-President spokesperson Pilirani Phiri said the
Vice-President accepted the invitation to engage Malawians in Diaspora.
Chilima has also pledged to appoint a Director of Diaspora Services and that he would facilitate for Malawians in Diaspora to be able to vote in national elections from abroad.

Kondwani Nankhumwa says he will this week storm Shire Valley districts of Chikwawa and Nsanje

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Kondwani Nankhumwa says he will this week storm Shire Valley districts of Chikwawa and Nsanje to encourage people to register as voters and vote in the May 21 2019 Tripartite elections.
Social media has been awash with claims that Nankhumwa, who is also Minister of
Local Government and Rural Development, has fake educational qualifications.

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He released a public statement on Wednesday, accusing unnamed politicians of “concocting lies” against him for political reasons. Nankhumwa challenged anyone to cross-check with various educational institutions he has been to in order to find out the truth about his qualifications.
“I know who is behind all this but I can assure you I am not perturbed. I have my energy and eyes seriously focused on working with all party structures in the region to ensure that the party and His Excellency Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika win next year’s polls with a landslide,” said Nankhumwa, declining to disclose who is behind the smear campaign because “I don’t want to engage in petty political fights at the expense of the mammoth responsibility the party has entrusted me with”.

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He said in a telephone interview from Lilongwe on Sunday, September 16, 2018 that buoyed by “extremely successful political rallies” in Phalombe, Mulanje and Thyolo districts in the past two weeks, he would be heading to Lower Shire this week to drum up support for President Mutharika and DPP ahead of the forthcoming harmonized presidential, parliamentary and council elections scheduled for May 21 next year.
He will visit Bangula,Tengani, Nsanje Boma and Marka on Wednesday and then tour Mkhathe in Chikwawa and Fatima in Nsanje on Thursday.

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“My main message is to encourage
Malawians of voting age to register as voters so that they are able to vote in the forthcoming elections. Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) is carrying out a phased registration exercise and that if they are in your area, it is important to register so that we are all able to choose our leaders and government in 2019. It is our birthright.
“Additionally, I am encouraging Malawians to give DPP and President Mutharika maximum support and vote for us because we are the only hope for Malawians in as far as social and economic development is concerned,” said Nankhumwa, who is also legislator for Mulanje central.

“I wish to thank regional governor for southern region, Charles Mchacha and his committee for their relentless support since I was elected as VP for the region in July. They have been very cooperative and I am certain this spirit will continue and lead us to victory in 2019.

“I also wish to express my sincere gratitude to our secretary general Gerselder Jeffrey wa Jeffrey, director of elections Ben Phiri and senior advisor to president Mutharika on political affairs, Francis Mphepo and Phalombe, Thyolo and Mulanje MPs, among others, for their valuable presence during my last whistle-stop tours,” he said.
Nankhumwa said he believed there is strength in unity and that 2019 elections would be a walkover for DPP if members remain united “as children of one family”.
“Finally, as I have said before, I am a firm believer in issue-based politics.

Dr Lazarus Chakwera MY FIRST 100 DAYS AS PRESIDENT


Dr Lazarus Chakwera
MY FIRST 100 DAYS AS PRESIDENT
PRIORITY No. 1: CREATE JOBS AND WEALTH
4 million Malawians are currently unemployed and looking for work.
Anyone running for president who promises to create less than 4 million jobs or who promises a one-size-fits-all solution for the complex and diverse unemployment causes of millions of Malawians is not serious or ready to govern.
I, on the other hand, have a plan to create 4 million jobs across all employment sectors, including farming, within my first term, jobs that create wealth, last long, and create more jobs.
To kick start the job creation boom, in the first 100 days, I will send a pro-jobs rescue budget to Parliament that will – Reduce taxes for new businesses
– Give tax incentives to businesses that employ youth – Reduce income tax for the middle class
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– Double the tax free wage so you keep what you earn
– Launch a job-creating project to upgrade/expand roads
– Bring investors for production, not consumption
– Support farmers who grow crops of exportable value
PRIORITY No. 2: DECLARE WAR ON THEFT
We live in a country where cabinet ministers can have bags of inexplicable cash with impunity, where Vice Presidents can comfortably remain silent about theft for years, and where Presidents can be sole signatories of accounts that receive millions from businesses that bribe ruling parties to secure government contracts.
The era of thievery and quietly watching it ends on May 21, 2019!
In the 100 days that follow:
– I will send a bill to Parliament to fully fund the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) and make it independent
– I will send a bill to Parliament to sever the operational ties between the resources of the State and of the ruling party
– I will direct that all government contracts be reviewed and audited for conflicts of interests
– I will put all government officials who head departments or approve contracts under a lifestyle audit
– I will begin the ground work for establishing a special Anti-Corruption Court to handle graft cases with speed
– I will give NO AMNESTY to thieves. They’ve been giving amnesty to each other for 25 years and enough is enough.
PRIORITY No. 3: RESTRUCTURE STATE INSTITUTIONS
Parastatals will become efficient and profitable companies under my presidency.
Government ministries and departments will be professional institutions run to serve Malawians, not politicians. For example, in the first 100 days:
– I will restructure ESCOM to roll out my plan to exponentially increase power generation and distribution through a combination of interconnectivity, diversification of on-grid power sources, and subsidization of off-grid power solutions. So my government will make blackouts history, the kind of history only to be read in history books in the chapter on this dysfunctional DPP government.
– I will restructure the Ministry of Education to roll out my plan to give every secondary school student access to a computer.
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God Bless Malawi.

Vice-president Saulos Chilima has said he will

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Vice-president Saulos Chilima has said he will introduce a welfare benefit scheme or the state old- age pension scheme for all Malawians aged 65
years and above once he becomes the country’s
president under the banner of United Transformation
Movement (UTM).

Chilima made the pledge on Friday during his
Imbizo-style whistle-stop meetings in Lilongwe that
took him to Ngwangwa, Chidalanda, Kafutwe and
Nambuma Trading Centers where he engaged with the public in chats and question time as he responded to people’s probing questions .

The UTM leader said many older people are livin pathetic lives with costs of goods and other
expenses are rocketing and promised that his
administration will ensure they supplement their
income with a government old age grant.
He said scheme would cater for every person
regardless of whether they were employed or not but will be subjected to means testing as other eldery are cash rish to get benefits pay.
Chilima also disclosed that his administration witll increase retirement age from 60 to 65 years in order to ensure that people fully contribute to the country’s development.
“We need to raise the retirement age from 60 to 65 years. We need to put everyone over 65 years of age on pension,” said Chilima.
The UTM leader said there’s already money for the initiatives“ within government” and he knew he would get it within the country.
Chilima said other countries such as Lesotho, Mexico, Botswana, South Africa are doing the old-
age scheme, challenging “even if it was not being
done in other countries we would still do it.”
Acooring to the Global Age Watch Index , which
measures crucial aspects of well-being of the
elderly, including income security, health status,
capability and environment , Malawi is the worst place to grow old.
Among others, the Vice-President has already
pledged to create one million jobs, abolish the
quota system of selecting students into public
universities, end presidential immunity from prosecution while in office, increase teachers’
salaries and make Parliament the appointing
authority of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director general and other important positions, in the first year if elected president in the 2019 Tripartite Elections.

For Immediate Release)

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The Malawi Congress Party is gravely disillusioned, daunted and immeasurably flustered by the wave of attacks and unchecked acts of violence in this country.
Through this statement, the Malawi Congress Party condemns the sad tendency which is not only on the increase but is left untamed by the DPP-led Government under whose powers all lives and property of the citizenry have been placed.
Just recently, we saw torching down of two vehicles belonging to the United Transformation Movement (UTM) in Mangochi.
As if that was not bad enough and as we await delivery of justice over the same, we hear of the petrol bombing of the Centre For Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) offices in Area 47 in the city of Lilongwe.
As a political party founded on the four cornerstones and whose leader, Dr Lazarus Chakwera, MP, always emphasizes the value of life and genuine peace and tranquility, we totally condemn the petrol-bombing of CHRR offices in strongest possible terms.
The Malawi Congress Party will never brook or condone acts of this nature and magnitude regardless of who orchestrates them and where they happen from.
This is why we will always condemn such acts even when they take place within our own circles and ranks as a Party because unchecked violence will only breed anarchy and underdevelopment.
What is more worrisome is the fact that these horrible incidents are happening at a time when the President of this country, Prof Arthur Peter Mutharika has been telling Malawians that he will punish all his critics by dropping a ton of bricks over them. One wonders, therefore, whether these attacks form part of such threats from the President.

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Our Republican Constitution provides for all freedoms for the citizens of this country including that of demonstrating peacefully. The Malawi Congress Party strongly feels that those behind the bombing of CHRR offices are not only thugs and cowards, they are worse even, enemies of the rule of law and the peace Malawi deserves unequivocally.
This is why the Malawi Congress Party believes that any attack on critics has a potential of muzzling our democracy, raping our Constitution and terrorizing peace-loving citizens of this country.
The worst scenario Malawi wants to witness is when constitutionalism is deliberately being obliterated by egocentric obsession tailored by lawlessness.
We are calling upon President Arthur Peter Mutharika to observe his speeches because as a leader he is supposed to be fatherly in his conduct so as to entrench peace, harmony and tolerance among the populace all the time.
The Malawi Congress Party is also calling upon the Malawi Police Service to always act and serve Malawians professionally, expeditiously and impartially so that justice is not frustrated nor is it applied selectively.
The Malawi Congress Party is also calling upon leaders of all calibre in their respective juridictions to exercise restraint and caution in the manner we utter our statements as any interpretation resulting from the same may be the root of chaos, violence and even loss of innocent lives.
We have one nation whose future lies in the hands of us all. But most of all, the future which demands the attention of a responsible and visionary government.
*Hon Maurice Munthali*
*Publicity Secretary*
_Lilongwe_
_Monday, 3rd September 2018_

Some of the people that attended UTM launch in Mzuzu

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Some of the people that attended UTM launch in Mzuzu
People of the northern region have been advised to remain united and focused towards the forthcoming 2019 Tripartite Elections.
Vice President who is also the leader of the newly formed, United Transformation Movement (UTM), Dr. Saulos Chilima gave the advice Saturday at Mzuzu Upper Stadium grounds when he launched his Movement in the region.
He pointed out that the road to 2019 elections would not be easy and that Malawians need to be remain peaceful by avoiding acts of political violence prior to the Election Day.
Chilima said the country’s democratic principles need to be consolidated from all political spheres and tolerance among members of political groupings is essential.
“The people who fought for the country’s democracy were united and had the spirit of love within them. They demonstrated total patriotism to their well being of the country politically,” he told the gathering.
The UTM leader called on the gathering to be patriotic to the country and desists from indulging themselves from the acts of political violence.
Chilima urged Malawians to be dedicated to hard work in order to improve the socio-economic development of the country.
He said Malawians should be united for the development of the country regardless of their political, tribal and religious affiliations.
The gathering observed a minute of silence in honour of the departed Malawians who fought for the country’s democracy.
Speaker of Parliament, Richard Msowoya who was present at the rally urged all Malawians to get registered for them to express their democratic right to vote in May 21, 2019 elections.
“Let us go and register in large numbers if we are to vote during next year’s Tripartite Elections,” he appealed.
This is the third time UTM has held a launch meeting after the Masintha and Njamba meetings.

Kaliati, Callista: Under Fire

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Kaliati, Callista: Under Fire
The Muslim Supreme Council and two Non Governmental Organisations, National Elections Systems Trust (NEST) and Centre for Women in Conflict and Development, have expressed disappointment at the way the country’s First Lady Getrude Mutharika was negatively portrayed as last week’s United Transformation Movement’s political rally
The rally was held at Njamba Freedom Park in Blantyre.
The two bodies held separate news conferences in Blantyre where they reprimanded Callista Mutharika and Patricia Kaliati.
Both women are members of vice president Saulos Chilima’s United Transformation Movement.
The two and Chilima and others are disgruntled members of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party who are now fighting to take over power from President Peter Mutharika.
At a press conference held at Misesa in Limbe on Saturday, August 4, NEST and Centre for Women in Conflict and Development attacked Callista and Kaliati for describing the First Lady as “uneducated and not fit to be the first lady of this country.”
The two women made remarks during the July 29 UTMrally at Njamba Freedom Park.
“We National Elections Systems Trust, in conjunction with Centre for Women in Conflict and Development, would like to share our disappointment of hate speeches targeting the First Lady of the Republic Madam Getrude Mutharika,” NEST’s Executive Director Unandi Banda told reporters.
His counterpart at CWCD Carol Mvula supported him.
“For those who might have have missed it, the former First Lady Callista Mutharika castigated Her Excellency Getrude Mutharika during their political rally at Njamba in Blantyre. As a former first lady she was supposed to be the last to be embraced with hate speeches.
“It should be made clear here that Madam Getrude Mutharika is not a politician and does not have any political platform and thus, she should not be subjected to such ridicule.”
The two NGOs said the First Lady is apolitical.
“As you are aware, the country’s First Lady Getrude Hendrina Mutharika, launched Beatify Malawi Trust (BEAM) on 13 September 2014 and since then she has been busy championing the organisation to fullfill its objectives.
“Madam Mutharika has also been busy with campaign of a Global Poverty Project, an arm of the World Bank to increase global and political voices to achieve commitment and action to end poverty at least by 2030.
“Of late, we have seen her doing an addition job of preserving the girl child through the launch of ‘My clean School my Pride’ campaign, an initiative that aims at promoting good sanitation practices and create environmental conscious minds among school going children in the country especially for the girl child.
“Malawi, being the party to The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), an advisory declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, we should be geared to protect individual freedoms.”
On her part, Mvalo called on fellow women to desist from defaming other women to avoid being seen as couriers of pull her down syndrome.
And at another press conference on Saturday in Blantyre, the Muslim Council leaders also took a swipe at Kaliati and Callista for poking their big noses into First Lady’s secondary school education.

Kinnah Phiri and on Saturday joined the political podium when he spoke at United Transformation Movement (UTM) launch in Mzuzu


Kinnah Phiri and on Saturday joined the political podium when he spoke at United Transformation Movement (UTM) launch in Mzuzu and endorsed Vice-President Saulosi Chilima as the “real hope” for Malawi transformation leadership.
Kinnah, who is Malawi’s all-time top-scorer for the national team, said “My simple job, here, is to endorse you for President come 2019 elections.”
Malawi’s most celebrated football player also said he was saddened by the fact that Mzuzu does not have a sports stadium worth its name.
“I am happy that you are the only presidential candidate who does not only like sports but actually participates in sporting activities .
“We have seen you jogging and playing basketball, that makes us so happy and shows that you will understand us as a fellow youth,” he said.
The football legend said Chilima will “change Malawi for everybody”.
“I am endorsing Dr Saulos Klaus Chilima our President, 2019 Boma!” said Phiri.
During a career spanning seven years from 1974 to 1981, Kinnah scored the 67 goals in 110 games, followed by his successor at Bata Bullets Lawrence Waya on a distant 29 goals from 125 matches.
He also led Malawi to the finals of the Africa Cup of Nations as coach for the Flames.

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Former President Dr Bakili Muluzi has reprimanded

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Former President Dr Bakili Muluzi has reprimanded politics of hate and insults which some politicians are practising in Malawi and has called for a stop to such politics.
Muluzi expressed the displeasure at the national convention of the United Democratic Front (UDF) being held in Blantyre.
“Democracy or no democracy, you cannot call your own President a mtchona,” said Muluzi in direct reference to Callista Mutharika and her colleagues in Saulos Chilima’s United Transformation Movement.
Struggling to offer a viable and realistic policy alternative, Chilima and his members have resorted to strange brand of politics of insults and hate against the President, the First Lady and members of the DPP.
At UTM rallies and media interviews, Callista who is a sister-in-law to Mutharika and Presidential Advisor on Safe Motherhood, has been calling the President and the First Lady all sorts of names.
Muluzi said calling President Mutharika names such as a mtchona (in reference to his long stay outside the country) is uncalled for and must stop.
“As a person who fought hard to bring democracy in Malawi, I find it disheartening when people call the President names,” Dr Muluzi said.
President Mutharika has suffered personal insults and attacks from the opposition and critics since he assumed power – without him hitting back as he keeps his focus on developing the nation.
When asked about the attacks on ZBS television in December last year, he said; “I don’t take the insults personally, although I think name calling is not right.”
Callista makes a line-up of foul-mouthed individuals in UTM that include Patricia Kaliati, Noel Masangwi and Bon Kalindo who specialise in insults and name calling as their political style.
However, their brand of politics is receiving huge condemnation on social media from Malawians who clearly show they have matured in democracy and favour civilized and nation-building politics.
UTM is desperately short on development policies.
Where Chilima tries to say what he thinks are new policies, his ideas are unrealistic and mere political rhetoric and unconvincing to the masses – like his bullet trains promise.
And when he gives policies that seem sound, they are not original as they are a copy and paste of DPP policies many of which are being implemented now.

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CHAOS IN UTM , MSOWOYA AND MANGANYA FIGHTING FOR RUNNINGMATE POSITION

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CHAOS IN UTM , MSOWOYA AND MANGANYA FIGHTING FOR RUNNINGMATE POSITION
UTM MEETING MINUTES
Date: 31 July 2018
Venue : New Naperi Lodge Blantyre.
In Attendance.
Allan Ngumuya
Richard Makondi
Bon Kalindo
Others unidentified.
Absent without apology
Patricia Kaliati
Noel Masangwi
Agenda
1.Change of meeting venue
2. Concerns about Manganya utterances
3.Report on operations.
4. Up-date on Mzuzu trip
5. A. O. B
Discussion.
CHANGE OF VENUE
It was reported that venue for UTM meetings has changed from Mr. Kuseka Warehouse in Njamba Blantyre to New Naperi Lodge because the Mr. Kuseka has informed them that he is no longer comfortable to host the team.
CONCERNS ABOUT MICHEAL USI STATEMENTS.
Bon Kalindo told the meeting that Hon. Kaliati and Hon. Masangwi were not amused about statements Micheal Usi made at the Njamba rally about ” Achilima muchenjele ndi anthu amene abwela kuno chifukwa chofuna maudindo”. Komanso anthu amene akuzungulirani”. And his reference to corruption and the people that were with Mutharika.
Kalindo explained that Hon. Kaliati and Hon. Masangwi are of the feeling that Manganya is targeting them. Kalindo informed the meeting that he was sent by the two to express the concern about such statements and that Manganya is a new comer in the movement and should not bring confusion for his on agenda.
The meeting asked if these concerns were the reason the two individuals have been absent at meetings. Kalindo explained that he was not sure about that.
REPORT ON OPERATIONS
The meeting was brified that operations to change DPP grassroots structures were going in well in some areas but meeting resistance in others. The team agreed that there was need for change of strategy. The meeting was informed that the strategy of misinforming DPP grassroots committes that APM will not run for presidency and that APM is the one who has secretly sent Chilima to declare his Presidential interest awaiting his withdraw in December 2018 is now meeting resistance at the DPP grassroots due to the fact that DPP has stepped up campaign for APM’ presidential candidacy in 2019. The meeting was informed that this approach backfired in Kachere Blantyre where the UTM underground team were chased away and beaten by DPP committee members and thugs organized by John Bande.
The meeting agreed to continue with the strategy but that more youths should be engaged to target bigger areas as they were running short of time.
The meeting agreed to increase the number of youth for this task to 55 and that for now they should target the lowershire DPP structures starting with Esther Mcheka Chilenje constituency.
Mr. Richard Makondi reported that the 50 Million he received from his brother in Lilongwe for the first phase had been exhausted and that he paid all the youth involved 100 thousand kwacha each.
The meeting agreed to print more DPP t—shirts and fake DPP Id’s for distribution to the 55 youths for the use in lower shire.
The team was briefed that Dr. Chilima and Dr. Usi have informed them that after the Mzuzu launch they two will be making an unannounced visits to Road Traffic Department, Immigration, Hospitals to take advantage of people gathered there to address them and assure them that if voted into power they shall sort the challenges they face there. The team agreed to be informed at least two days in advance about the visit so as to mobilise support.
Concern however was raised as to whether this strategy will not lead to arrests for unlawful assembly and the meeting was assured that the VP would be making the visit as official government tour of duties.
MZUZU TRIP
The meeting was informed that the UTM team would depart Blantyre for Mzuzu on Tuesday.
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The team agreed to inform the VP that Manganya should be censored before the Mzuzu regional launch.
The team agreed to send a delegation to Manganya and informed him that he should stop telling members that Chilima informed him that he is eared marking him for the movement’s runnimate as it was causing confusion and it was likely to disappoint Richard Msowoya and his people in the movement.
The meeting observed that Msowoya has been key to mobilising UTM support from MCP, as such it will be a miscalculation to show signs of dumping him in favor of Manganya too early. The team agreed find better strategies to penetrate DPP strongholds and observed that it was proving easy to penetrate MCP areas than DPP.
Richard Makondi informed the meeting that he was still waiting for the 86 Million Kwacha budgeted for purchasing and distribution of bicycles for distribution to chiefs and DPP Committee Chairs and that he was the one to do the distribution.

WISE WORDS TO CHILIMA

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WISE WORDS TO CHILIMA

POWER IS NEVER HELD BY A SINGLE PERSON.

Callista said, APM is a good leader, a Democrat, but the people surrounding him are evil.
Their grip of influence on our good leader has corrupted him into this guy that we now “hate”

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Reports allege that JZU Tembo did a lot of things in the name of Kamuzu and MCP and got away with it without the consent of both the party and Kamuzu.

Being close to the president is a position of privilege, and one has a certain Form of power and influence.

Chilima needs to be careful with who he keeps close in his inner circle. As the old saying goes, “show me your friends, and I show you who you are.”
He may be attractive but his council is not.

Just analysis what he say to day the vice President saulis chilima

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Just analysis what he say to day the vice President saulis chilima

Vice President Saulos Chilima started his address by calling all to respect those who lost lives in the July 2011 demos. He said: The tendency of intimating Malawians is slowly starting to take its roots back in the country. I am not afraid and you too shouldn’t.
” I want to incite so much that if we were to go to vote tomorrow , change must happen.

Chilima appeals to the gathering at Masintha Ground in Lilongwe to vote for UTM in
# 2019tripartiteelections to do away with corruption , nepotism and unnecessary killings.
He promises merit-based promotions in the civil service.
Chilima: “May I call on those who have stolen government money to start paying that back. Next year, we will only give an amnesty of 30 days for all those to pay back our money.”
He says his government will also abolish the quota system of selecting students into public universities.
He says: “Quota system is satanic and evil.”

Chilima: “In the first 6 months, we shall ensure that nobody leaves school due to poverty. We will create one million jobs and once again we will hunt all those stealing our money.”
He claims that government has bought a spy machine to spy on the citizens.
“We know you also want to use this machine to tamper with next year’s election results; try all you can to do that, we will face each other come May 2019.”
He finished his statement with a strong message warning those in government against spying on the citizens saying it is evilabuse

saulos Chilima says if nothing is done to control corruption in Malawi, the country may be left penniless come next year.
He says: “K145 million payout to DPP and the President is just a tip of the iceberg , there is more rot in government. In days to come I will expose more corrupt activities happening including in the procurement of Escom generators.”
He then encouraged his followers to be courageous if they are serious about making meaningful change. He spoke strongly against those who threaten fellow Malawians by sending them anonymous text messages saying “we are not afraid”.
Chilima says United Transformation Movement (UTM) will work to strengthen mechanisms which can protect the public purse from abuse

Lucius Banda: There comes a time that one needs to forget about his tribe and all affiliations to fight for true and meaningful change… We fought for multiparty democracy and here we are..

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National organising Chairperson for United Transformation Movement Noel Masangwi who is also Blantyre City East MP says in 2011 late President Bingu wa Mutharika warned them against making Peter Mutharika leader of the country. He did not say much on this saying he will say more at the next meeting in Blantyre.

Patricia Kaliati has taken a swipe at those calling them ‘disgruntled’ saying they are indeed disgruntled seeing what the nation has become. She mentions poor service delivery in health facilities and high unemployment rate in the country as some of the issues that is troubling the nation.

TRUTH BEHIND BEGINNING OF CHILIMA MOVEMENT AND DPP’s DOWNFALL

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TRUTH BEHIND BEGINNING OF CHILIMA MOVEMENT AND DPP’s DOWNFALL

(it started in 2009 then regenerated in 2013)

You’re about to read what you haven’t ever heard.

In 2008 Former President late Bingu wamutharika ahead of 2009 elections, approached Saulos Chilima to help him rig the 2009 elections in case DPP would lost its victory. Remember this time UDF formed an alliance with MCP and Bingu was afraid of this alliance. Despite all these fears Bingu won with a landslide victory and Chilima was paid according to their agreement.

In 2013, Peter Mutharika approached Chilima again to help DPP rig elections and take over power again from the then President Dr Joyce Banda. But this time around Chilima set some conditions and these were the conditions.

CONDITIONS
1. He told APM that he should give some ESCOM officials some money so that there should be a blackout for some hours countrywide. The reason for this was for Chilima team of 7 guys to hack the MEC system and they were successful.

2. Chilima told APM to pay the Chilima team 500 million kwacha, but on top of that Chilima set aside another crucial condition.

CRUCIAL CONDITION

Chilima told APM that he will rig the elections and once DPP gets into power Peter should rule for the first term and should left the second term for Chilima and the deal was sealed.

Mind you, this was not the first time for Chilima to rig elections. He once did this in Mozambique where he was successful as well and if you remember Chilima was told not to step to Mozambique again in which up to now Chilima has never went to Mozambique since then.

HOW 2014 ELECTIONS WERE RIGGED

The DPP had its own tally centre at area 10 if you remember were Chilima team was operating having hacked the MEC system.

Remember the main official MEC tally centre was in Blantyre were all results were to sent from other centres.

WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE RESULTS

When results were sent from any tally center, before reaching the main official tally centre in Blantyre, they were manipulated at the DPP’s tally centre in area 10 were figures were added for DPP and subtracted for other parties since they hacked the system and they were in full control of the results and after manipulating the results, they were now sent to Blantyre and MEC officials were trusting that the results were credible.

But after a day and some hours, MEC officials noted that something was been done and that the results were tampered since the results from many centres were very different from the ones MEC was receiving and remember MEC Chair late Maxon Mbendera told the nation of Malawi that they were suspicious with the results and they paused the counting for some hours.

When Joyce Banda said the results should be nullified, and that she will not contest again, it was out of her good will. She loved the country Malawi. She didn’t want Malawi to be taken over cheaply and in a crooked manner. But many Malawians never saw this.

Another thing you must know is that, this time “Abusa Dr Lazarus Chakwera was tipped that he had won the elections but he was robbed his victory by DPP ICT guys who manipulated the figures.

Maxon Mbendera knew this too and with the two different kind of results which he had straight from tally centres and from the online he was confused of what to do next.

Real results showed that Chakwera won while the rigged online results showed that Peter won. But since the agreement was that the online results were the ones to be used, Mbendera couldn’t do otherwise but to declare Peter and DPP winners of 2014 elections. Remember, Dr Mbendera shed some tears before declaring Peter the winner. He knew deep down his heart that he was declaring false results.

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BEGINNING OF COLD WAR

Soon after his victory Peter believed that Mulli was the greatest beneficiary of Bingus wealth. He tried his level beat to sideline Mulli from all getting any government contract contrary to what Bingu was doing with Mulli. Mulli tried to discuss with Peter but he was always denied the chance. Mulli thought of revenging this but strategically.

Jeff wa Jeffrey when joining DPP thought that she would get back her compensation money easily but this did not happen with the APM government and Jeff wa Jeffrey was frustrated as well just like Mulli.

Mulli approached Jeff for a revenge and the deal was sealed.

Kweni Patricia Kaliati was also one of the victims after being booted out of Peter’s cabinet and she became bitter as well.

These three agreed to frustrate the government as part of a revenge and they agreed to spark fire by using former first lady Callista Mutharika and Callista agreed since she was also not benefiting anything in Peter’s government and she sparked the fire by endorsing Saulosi Chilima to be DPP’S 2019 torchbearer.

The Chilima movement grew bigger day by day and many MP’s joined the movement like Winiko, Louis Ngalande DPP youth director, Allan Ngumuya and many more.

Peter Mutharika knew that he was supposed to step down and endorse Chilima as o’er their agreement but due to pressure from people like Chaponda, Goodall Gondwe, Ben Phiri, Nicholas Dausi and others like Mchacha Southern regional governor for DPP, Peter was put in a dilemmatic situation.

WHY IS CHILIMA QUITE

Chilima knows that they made an agreement with Peter in 2014 at Peter Mutharikas house in Nyambadwe and that if Peter Mutharika is to compromise the agreement Chilima will soon spill the beans.

NOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT IN DPP?

Peter will not stand in 2019 elections (remember what Prophet Seer CJ Sabao said on 11 March 2018 time 17:07 at Town hall in Lilongwe during one of his church services)

What Malawians must know is that Peter wants to retire and rest, and this is already in Peters mind only that he is receiving pressure from the likes of Chaponda, Goodall, Msaka, Ben Phiri, Nankhumwa and other DPP major beneficiaries.

Another thing people must know is that Peter himself doesn’t hate Chilima but people surrounding him are the ones who personally hate Chilima because he comes from Ntcheu not Thyolo or Mulanje (southern region).

Peter is being manipulated by other DPP gurus to endorse Dr George Chaponda as 2019 DPP’s presidential candidate if he (Peter) doesn’t want to stand and that’s the main reason the court have been told to clear and acquit Chaponda fast amidst the wrangles in DPP and also that’s the other reason some folks in DPP are pushing for Chaponda to be reinstated as the leader of the house weeks after his acquittal

2019 ELECTIONS

I, strongly advise my fellow DPP members that if this infighting is going to continue like this, we should expect things upside down for us as this is day by day giving our opponents especially the MCP camp a chance to take over the government on a silver platter come 2019.

I have withheld my name because of security reasons.

Am currently one of top DPP members who loves this country Malawi.

God bless Malawi.

FULL MCP STRUCTURES, NEC, RCs AND DCs. OURS IS AN INSTITUTION, NOT JUST A MERE CLUB OR A FAMILY ENTERPRISE

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FULL MCP STRUCTURES, NEC, RCs AND DCs.
OURS IS AN INSTITUTION, NOT JUST A MERE CLUB OR A FAMILY ENTERPRISE
MCP NEC MEMBERS
Presidents
1. Lazarus Chakwera
2. Sidik Mia
3. Harry Mkandawire
Secretary General
. Eisenhower Mkaka
. Catherine Gotani Hara
. Salim Bagus
Organizing Secretary
. Khumbize Chiponda
. Gift Daftar
. Aram Beza
Treasure General
. Albert Mapondela Mbawala
. Rhino Chiphiko
. Halima Daud
Legal Advisors
. Titus Mvalo
. Larry Lita
. Maxwell Thyolera
Publicity Directorate
. Maurice Munthali
. Ezekiel Chingoma
. Kondie Msungama
Political Affairs
. Max Kalamula
. Chikumbutso Hiwa
. Owen Simwaka
Women Directorate
. Patricia Nkanda
. Florence Kanyoni
. Ruth Chenda
Youth directorate
. Richard Chimwendo
. Blessings Chilembwe
. Mathias Mgemezulu
Elections Directorate
. Elias Chakwera
. Nodia manda
. Francis Chiwanga
Campaign
. Moses Kunkuyu
. George Zulu
Research
. John Paul
. Omar Kaisi
. Hon. Karim
Economic Affairs
. Cornelius Mwalwanda
. Sosten Gwengwe
. Edward Governor
International Relations
. Thomas Bisika
. Edgar Chipalanjira
. Olivia Liwewe
Social
. Maureen Bondo
. Lawrence Malemia
. Gerald Kazembe
Public Relations
. Alekeni Menyani
. Juliana Kaduya
. Elia Kamphinda Banda.
Recruitment
. Hellen Chabunya
. Peter Mazizi
. Wazamazama Katatu
Strategic Planning
. Zikhale Ng’oma
. Ken Kandodo
. Kelita Kanyandula
Religious Affairs
. Sheikh Muhammad.
. Maria Antonio
. Mkandawire Patrick
Coomiittee members
. Mcdonald Lombola.
. Samuel Kawale.
. Chrissie Chigawa
. Bennex Mwamlima
. Horace Chipuwa.
. Anthony Mukumbwa
. Anthony Lwanda.
. Juliana Lunguzi
. Makowa Mwale
. Dorothy Chirambo
. Lingson Belekanyama
. Jean Sendeza
. Alfred Mwenifumbo
. Enock Kanyimbiri
. Yongo wa Yongo
REGIONAL CHAIRMEN
1. Hon Kezzie Msukwa ~ north north
2. Hon Gracious Soko ~ north south
3. Hon Augustine Chidzanja ~ Lakeshore
4. Hon Patrick Z Chilondola ~ central
5. Hon Harry Mchilima ~ eastern
6. Hon Peter Simbi ~ southern
DISTRICT CHAIRMEN
1. Hon Musongole ~ Chitipa
2. Hon Nkhoma ~ Karonga
3. Hon Members ~ Rumphi
4. Hon Chiume ~ Nkhatabay
5. Hon Chapuchapu ~ Likoma
6. Hon Chavula ~ Mzuzu
7. Hon O. Banda ~ Mzimba proper
8. Hon Theu ~ Mzimba Luwelezi
9. Hon J Banda ~ Mzimba Euthini
10. Hon Kachembwe ~ Nkhotakota
11. Hon Chimphoyo ~ Salima
12. Hon Chipwatali ~ Dedza proper
13. Hon Mkwezalamba ~
Dedza East
14. Hon Kampenyera ~ Ntcheu proper
15. Hon Tembo ~ Ntcheu Bwanje
16. Hon Mwase ~ Lilongwe East
17. Hon Samson ~Lilongwe West
18. Hon Matchumbuza ~ Lilongwe Urban
19. Hon chibisa ~ Mchinji south
20. Hon Tengeretu ~ Mchinji north
21. Hon Chikafa ~ Kasungu East
22. Hon C.K. Banda ~ kasungu west
23. Hon Chibade ~ Ntchisi
24. Hon Sese ~ Dowa West
25. Hon Gadabu ~ Dowa East
26. Hon Kang’unde ~ Balaka
27. Hon Machemba ~ Zomba proper
28. Hon Mboneche ~ Zomba chingale
29. Hon Imaan ~ Mangochi proper
30. Hon Jafali ~ Mangochi Namwera
31. Hon Mnonyera ~ Machinga proper
32. Hon Wahowa ~ Machinga Ntaja
33. Hon Thambo ~ Blantyre urban
34. Hon Kambiya ~ Blantyre rural
35. Hon Chilala ~ Blantyre Limbe
36. Hon Mtayamanja~ Chikwawa urban
37. Hon Fatch ~ Chikwawa Makande
38. Hon Fote ~ Nsanje Urban
39. Hon Katunda ~ Nsanje Chilomo
40. Hon Mgaiyaye ~ Mwanza
41. Hon Maele ~ Neno
42. Hon Periha ~ Phalombe
43. Mpandowao ~ Mulanje
44. Hon Likangala ~ Chiradzulo
45. Hon Tambalawakuda Betha ~ Thyolo
As it can be seen, MCP is currently the most powerful and popular political party across all the regions with physical and tangible grassroot structures.
The leadership above is busy on the ground doing the donkey work while others are just busy on the social media sloganeering and spinning.
This is why the party has done well in almost any election after 2014 and we don’t see the paradigm shifting within three months because after the rainy season, people will have politically made correct choices.
Dr Lazarus Chakwera and Alhadji Sidik Mia have proven to be a working combination at party level and this smooth cohesion needs to be cultivated at the government level next May.OURS IS AN INSTITUTION, NOT JUST A MERE CLUB OR A FAMILY ENTERPRISE
MCP NEC MEMBERS
Presidents
1. Lazarus Chakwera
2. Sidik Mia
3. Harry Mkandawire
Secretary General
. Eisenhower Mkaka
. Catherine Gotani Hara
. Salim Bagus
Organizing Secretary
. Khumbize Chiponda
. Gift Daftar
. Aram Beza
Treasure General
. Albert Mapondela Mbawala
. Rhino Chiphiko
. Halima Daud
Legal Advisors
. Titus Mvalo
. Larry Lita
. Maxwell Thyolera
Publicity Directorate
. Maurice Munthali
. Ezekiel Chingoma
. Kondie Msungama
Political Affairs
. Max Kalamula
. Chikumbutso Hiwa
. Owen Simwaka
Women Directorate
. Patricia Nkanda
. Florence Kanyoni
. Ruth Chenda
Youth directorate
. Richard Chimwendo
. Blessings Chilembwe
. Mathias Mgemezulu
Elections Directorate
. Elias Chakwera
. Nodia manda
. Francis Chiwanga
Campaign
. Moses Kunkuyu
. George Zulu
Research
. John Paul
. Omar Kaisi
. Hon. Karim
Economic Affairs
. Cornelius Mwalwanda
. Sosten Gwengwe
. Edward Governor
International Relations
. Thomas Bisika
. Edgar Chipalanjira
. Olivia Liwewe
Social
. Maureen Bondo
. Lawrence Malemia
. Gerald Kazembe
Public Relations
. Alekeni Menyani
. Juliana Kaduya
. Elia Kamphinda Banda.
Recruitment
. Hellen Chabunya
. Peter Mazizi
. Wazamazama Katatu
Strategic Planning
. Zikhale Ng’oma
. Ken Kandodo
. Kelita Kanyandula
Religious Affairs
. Sheikh Muhammad.
. Maria Antonio
. Mkandawire Patrick
Coomiittee members
. Mcdonald Lombola.
. Samuel Kawale.
. Chrissie Chigawa
. Bennex Mwamlima
. Horace Chipuwa.
. Anthony Mukumbwa
. Anthony Lwanda.
. Juliana Lunguzi
. Makowa Mwale
. Dorothy Chirambo
. Lingson Belekanyama
. Jean Sendeza
. Alfred Mwenifumbo
. Enock Kanyimbiri
. Yongo wa Yongo
REGIONAL CHAIRMEN
1. Hon Kezzie Msukwa ~ north north
2. Hon Gracious Soko ~ north south
3. Hon Augustine Chidzanja ~ Lakeshore
4. Hon Patrick Z Chilondola ~ central
5. Hon Harry Mchilima ~ eastern
6. Hon Peter Simbi ~ southern
DISTRICT CHAIRMEN
1. Hon Musongole ~ Chitipa
2. Hon Nkhoma ~ Karonga
3. Hon Members ~ Rumphi
4. Hon Chiume ~ Nkhatabay
5. Hon Chapuchapu ~ Likoma
6. Hon Chavula ~ Mzuzu
7. Hon O. Banda ~ Mzimba proper
8. Hon Theu ~ Mzimba Luwelezi
9. Hon J Banda ~ Mzimba Euthini
10. Hon Kachembwe ~ Nkhotakota
11. Hon Chimphoyo ~ Salima
12. Hon Chipwatali ~ Dedza proper
13. Hon Mkwezalamba ~
Dedza East
14. Hon Kampenyera ~ Ntcheu proper
15. Hon Tembo ~ Ntcheu Bwanje
16. Hon Mwase ~ Lilongwe East
17. Hon Samson ~Lilongwe West
18. Hon Matchumbuza ~ Lilongwe Urban
19. Hon chibisa ~ Mchinji south
20. Hon Tengeretu ~ Mchinji north
21. Hon Chikafa ~ Kasungu East
22. Hon C.K. Banda ~ kasungu west
23. Hon Chibade ~ Ntchisi
24. Hon Sese ~ Dowa West
25. Hon Gadabu ~ Dowa East
26. Hon Kang’unde ~ Balaka
27. Hon Machemba ~ Zomba proper
28. Hon Mboneche ~ Zomba chingale
29. Hon Imaan ~ Mangochi proper
30. Hon Jafali ~ Mangochi Namwera
31. Hon Mnonyera ~ Machinga proper
32. Hon Wahowa ~ Machinga Ntaja
33. Hon Thambo ~ Blantyre urban
34. Hon Kambiya ~ Blantyre rural
35. Hon Chilala ~ Blantyre Limbe
36. Hon Mtayamanja~ Chikwawa urban
37. Hon Fatch ~ Chikwawa Makande
38. Hon Fote ~ Nsanje Urban
39. Hon Katunda ~ Nsanje Chilomo
40. Hon Mgaiyaye ~ Mwanza
41. Hon Maele ~ Neno
42. Hon Periha ~ Phalombe
43. Mpandowao ~ Mulanje
44. Hon Likangala ~ Chiradzulo
45. Hon Tambalawakuda Betha ~ Thyolo
As it can be seen, MCP is currently the most powerful and popular political party across all the regions with physical and tangible grassroot structures.
The leadership above is busy on the ground doing the donkey work while others are just busy on the social media sloganeering and spinning.
This is why the party has done well in almost any election after 2014 and we don’t see the paradigm shifting within three months because after the rainy season, people will have politically made correct choices.
Dr Lazarus Chakwera and Alhadji Sidik Mia have proven to be a working combination at party level and this smooth cohesion needs to be cultivated at the government level next May.

PP) has announced that it will finally hold its convention at the end of next month

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(PP) has announced that it will finally hold its convention at the end of next month, days after it said it had no funds to do the same.
Noah Chimpeni, PP publicist, had told media that the party was “too broke” to bring together delegates from across the country for the convention.
But in a twist of developments, Chimpeni said PP was now ready for the task.
“Money has now been found, and the convention will be held from August 30 to 31,” said Chimpeni.
But he could not say where the convention would be held, only saying that people are now free to get nomination papers for different positions.
One of the positions is that of the President, and former Republican leader, Joyce Banda, who is also the party’s founder has expressed interest to contest.
Banda who trailed third in the 2014 elections, has repeatedly said the country is worse than how she left it.
The first female president for Malawi, who only attained the reins of power following constitutional order after the death of late President Bingu wa Mutharika, was in self-exile since 2014 and only returned with an announcement that she would challenge Peter Mutharika–Bingu’s brother– on the ballot.

Chilima: He has disappointed his followers

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Followers, fans and supporters of Vice President Saulos Chilima were disappointed with him on Wednesday during his special interview with Zodiak Broadcasting Station.
People waited to hear that he was resigning from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party and that he was contesting as presidential candidate in the 2019 elections under some party or movement.
Chilima who looked unprepared for the interview failed to convince his followers why they should be with him.
He could not give his vision for the country.
He also failed to justify why he was walking out of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party.
The anchor, Gospel Kazako, was also apologetic. He did not take on the VP with relevant questions.
Chilima’s supporters who had gathered at his drinking place, Africana, in Lilongwe City Centre, never clapped or jeered to show support to him throughout the interview and their faces were down
“He has not given me the statement that I have been waiting for. I think he is not decided. It seems we are following a blind person,” said one supporter.

MCP) leader, Lazarus Chakwera, has called for the resignation of President Peter Mutharika and early elections following

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(MCP) leader, Lazarus Chakwera, has called for the resignation of President Peter Mutharika and early elections following the President’s implication in transactions regarding a Malawi Police Service (MPS) contract with Pioneer Investments.
A leaked investigation report by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) mentioned Mutharika as a beneficiary of what could be proceeds of fraud after an account that has him as a sole signatory received K145 million from Zameer Karim, owner of Pioneer Investments.
The businessperson had a contract with MPS to supply food rations and ACB suspects that there was fraud in the execution of the contract.
But Presidential Press Secretary, Mgeme Kalilani, insists that his boss’ hands are clean and that the said money was a donation to governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
Earlier, Kalilani had rubbished the leaked document as the work of some politician who was apparently bent on tainting the President’s image. But ACB later owned the document albeit regretting that the leakage had happened before investigations were concluded.
Addressing the press in Lilongwe yesterday, Chakwera said Malawians’ inaction and lack of resolve “to stop Mutharika and his cronies from dragging Malawi on the path of more misery coupled with the indifference to the carnage have given the President the temerity to continue his vices with humongous impunity”.
He added that Malawians have given legitimacy to fraud and corruption by such lack of resolve.
“The affairs of our State and the future of this nation can no longer be in the hands of a man who has shown us enough to know that he cannot be trusted to fulfil his duties as the national pathfinder, as the conscience and moral campus that must animate the conduct of State affairs.
“Mr Mutharika has clearly fallen short of the minimum foundational standards of our State. He should not continue to lead this country… Having been enraged on my own behalf and on behalf of all Malawians… we do hereby demand that Mutharika and his entire administration resign with immediate effect having lost the trust of the people of Malawi,” Chakwera said.
He added that having resigned, Mutharika should call for early elections.
Chakwera, who is also Leader of Opposition, also pointed out that the opposition and “our gallant media” have previously severally and tirelessly raised issues concerning “the nauseating and paralysing corruption and pilferage of public resources by President Mutharika’s government”.
“We have fervently endeavoured to alert the nation that this whole malaise is inspired and animated by none other than President Mutharika himself through his apathetic approach to these prowling vices,” he said and went further to describe the President as “a prince, if not, a king of thieves”.
He also warned that the present revelations are only a tip of the iceberg.
Asked what the opposition will do if Mutharika does not voluntarily resign and call for early elections and whether impeachment is possible, Chakwera admitted that there are hurdles along that path.
He said: “Our laws say a president can be impeached when he breaks the law. Our laws also say Parliament is summoned by the President in consultation with the Speaker. Will the President call for a Parliament that will impeach him?”
The MCP leader indicated that they might pursue other options which he did not disclose, however.
But the University of Malawi’s Chancellor College-based political analyst, Ernest Thindwa, has downplayed the call for Mutharika’s resignation on the premise that in Malawi, the Executive wields too much power in relation to the Judiciary and the Legislature and that citizens are too passive to force any leader to step down.
“Politically, it is not feasible. The only way a president can resign is where the masses put pressure on [him] and flock to the streets without relenting. That has happened elsewhere including Brazil, Ethiopia and South Korea,” he said.

PRESS BRIEFING ON THE MALAWI POLICE SERVICE MASSIVE FRAUD AND MUTHARIKA’S BENEFITTING FROM THE SAME*

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*PRESS BRIEFING ON THE MALAWI POLICE SERVICE MASSIVE FRAUD AND MUTHARIKA’S BENEFITTING FROM THE SAME*

Dear fellow citizens,

We are cast into yet another moment of profound existential reflection as a country. Individually and as a one nation, Malawi, our home we must be provoked to ask: Who are we? Why are we here on earth and in Malawi in particular? Where and what do we want to be? Where are we current going? What are we doing or not doing to get where we want to be? What else could we be as a nation? Indeed what else could and should we be? What else could we be doing or not doing? Generally, what do we want to make of our existence as individuals and as a nation? What are we doing to ourselves as a nation? What future are we bequeathing to our children in the near and distant future? And importantly, what type of leaders should we have to steer us out of our current state and towards prosperity as other progress-driven nations around us have?

As a nation, we have been greeted by yet another shocking revelation that a massive fraud was committed at the Malawi Police Service, the public purse was defrauded of huge sums of money, public funds were laundered, and a staggering MWK145 million was syphoned and remitted into an account opened and operated at Standard Bank solely by President Arthur Peter Mutharika, clocked as a donation in the name of his political party, the so called Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)! Revealingly, President Mutharika is the sole signatory to the account and without any suspicion or personal restraint, he gladly and unscrupulously made substantial drawings on the proceeds of this fraud and laundering of public resources. As the media reports, his yet again cocky response so far is that his hands are supposedly clean, he did nothing sinister, the money was a donation!

We in the opposition and our gallant media have previously severally and tirelessly raised issues concerning the nauseating and paralysing corruption and pilferage of public resources by President Mutharika’s government. We have fervently endeavoured to alert the nation that this whole malaise is inspired and animated by none other than President Mutharika himself through his apathetic approach to these prowling vices. Up to this moment, we have been dismissed as cry babies bitter with our supposed electoral loss in 2014.

As we now can all confirm, President Mutharika is a prime participant in the corruption and fraud on public resources that have frustrated meaningful development in this country while Mutharika and his cronies in crime are busy misappropriating what could have saved that mother who dies while giving forth a life that guarantees the continuity of this nation; helped that destitute student who goes days on end without food and lacks proper accommodation to attend university education; and resources that could have added one more bag of fertiliser to that farmer who breaks his back for the entire growing season, just to have something to eat, just something to eat!

Ladies and gentlemen, I verily believe that this shocking revelation is only a tip of the iceberg. It is a concrete anecdote to doubting Thomases about the depth and breadth of wanton plunder of public resources by the very same people this nation supposedly entrusted to be stewards of our common pool of resources solely meant to facilitate us as a nation on our path to the prosperity we desire.

I would like to remind us of the fundamental bedrock on which we established our nation, and which are supposed to guide our path to prosperity. For this reason, the founding document of this country, the Constitution of the Republic of Malawi, enunciates fundamental edicts as benchmarks against which we must measure the conduct of those entrusted to govern us. We established our State so that it can actively promote our welfare and development – individually and as a nation. We the people gave the State the sole mandate to collect contributions from all of us in the form of tax and raise funds from other sources to facilitate the advancement of our wellbeing. Because we cannot all run government at the same time, we agreed that a few among us will be periodically chosen to run the affairs of the State for our wellbeing. Those who are entrusted to serve in government, to manage our common pool of resources, including the President who is the embodiment of the State, hold office on the condition that we as a nation continue to trust them to champion our common good. For us to have confidence that the State will deliver on the reason we established it for, we require that those who are entrusted to execute the State’s mandate do so with utmost personal integrity, honesty, financial probity, transparency and accountability. We the people abhor dishonesty and moral turpitude in those that would and do run the affairs of our State.

The words of Chief Justice Mgoeng Mogoeng sound true of our presidency. The president is the highest office in our nation. He is the first citizen and occupies a position indispensable for the effective governance of our democratic nation. Unsurprisingly, the president has the constitutional obligation to uphold, defend and respect the Constitution and other laws under it. The nations pins its hope on the president, to steer us as a nation in the right direction and accelerate our journey towards a peaceful, just and prosperous destination, like all other progress-driven nations strive towards on a daily basis. The president is a constitutional being by design, a national pathfinder, the quintessential commander-in-chief of state affairs and the personification of the nation’s constitutional project.

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These foundational constitutional edicts, I must add, should be the primary criteria with which we should decide whether or not to continue trusting the people we were lured to trust with the life of our nation – with our own lives. I believe that we had no cause as a nation to enact these benchmarks, unless we were determined, as I believe we were, that we would strip anyone of the entrusted mandate if they fail to uphold these fundamental principles or wantonly work against them to our detriment.

The revelation of President Mutharika’s participation in the on-going party of thieves and fraudsters who are condescendingly embezzling our resources gives us yet another opportunity to reflect profoundly and be resolute in deciding whether we should continue to trust President Mutharika and his cronies as stewards of state power and resources.
We must ask the questions: by dubiously benefitting from proceeds of fraud and corruption, what conduct does Mutharika inspire and animate in those who have been entrusted with state power and resources? Indeed what kind of a nation does he inspire? With the revealed dishonesty apparent in his cocky unremorseful response that the huge funds he received were merely a donation, what should give us the confidence that he should continue being a steward of state affairs and state resources?

May I suggest the obvious, and in doing so I wish not to insult your intelligence fellow citizens – may I suggest that a President who is dishonest by participating in fraud and corruption that smuggles large sums of money from the public purse into his private use cloaked as gifts from his own front men in crime, or knowingly benefits from proceeds of such despicable dishonesty commits what we as a nation agreed amounts to a serious breach of the laws of this land, and no less a serious breach of the trust we reposed in him. This is Mr. Mutharika’s naked case. His involvement and/or benefitting from the revealed fraud and corruption clearly crown him as dishonest, deceitful, venal, disrespectful of the law and the highest office of the President. His cocky reaction that his hands are clean despite dipping them in all this dirty fraud and corruption is seal of his unscrupulous self. If these would not pass for serious breach of trust and the laws of this land, what, dear fellow citizens, could possibly do? What else should convince us that Mr. Mutharika is the prince, if not the king, of thieves that prosper by defrauding our common pool of resources allocated to various departments and projects for our common good?

Dear fellow citizens, our inaction, our lack of resolve to stop Mr. Mutharika and his cronies from drugging this nation on the path to more misery; our indifference to this carnage, have this far given him the temerity to continue his vices with humongous impunity. We as a nation have given legitimacy to this fraud and corruption by our lack of resolve. The affairs of our state and the future of this nation can no longer be in the hands of a man who has shown us enough to know that he cannot be trusted to fulfil his duties as the national path finder, as the conscience and moral campus that must animate the conduct of state affairs. Mr. Mutharika has clear fallen short of the minimum foundational standards of our State. He should not continue to lead this country.

Fellow Malawians, having been enraged on my own behalf and on behalf of all Malawians, who collectively make contribution in form of taxes towards their own welfare and knowing that Mutharika and his administration can only rule by sustained trust of all Malawians, we do hereby demand that Mutharika and his entire administration resign with immediate effect having lost the trust of the people of Malawi. We demand that having resigned, Mutharika should call for early elections.

This we do for our ourselves, for our country, and for our children’s future and generations to come. As with liberty, the price of prosperity can be no less than our eternal vigilance!

God bless you all.

Lazarus Chakwera
Leader of Opposition
President, Malawi Congress Party

2nd July, 2018

DPP) elective convention at Comesa Hall in Blantyre today

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DPP) elective convention at Comesa Hall in Blantyre today which is expected to endorse President Peter Mutharika to be the party’s torchbearer in the 2019 tripartite elections.
Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Nicholas Dausi, who is chairperson of the convention’s organising committee, confirmed that all was set and delegates were already in Blantyre for the indaba.
“All is set. The delegates have come and we have been accrediting them at Kamuzu Stadium,” he said.
Dausi, however, could not disclose all the names of candidates vying for various positions at the convention, saying he did not have the list at hand.
But, as it stands, President Peter Mutharika will go unopposed on the position of party president and consequently becomes the party’s presidential candidate in the 2019 tripartite elections.
The hotly contested seat so far is that of party vice-presidency for the South in which incumbent George Chaponda will battle it out with Agriculture Minister Joseph Mwanamvekha, Trade Minister Henry Mussa and Local Government Minister Kondwani Nankhumwa in a winner-takes-it-all bout.
In the Centre, incumbent Hetherwick Ntaba will face off with Uladi Mussa, Justice Minister Samuel Tembenu and DPP deputy secretary general Zeria Chakale for the vice-presidency.
It is not yet clear as to who will compete with the party’s vice-president for the North, Goodall Gondwe.
Jappie Mhango also remains the only candidate on treasurer general which the party reserved for the Northern Region.
Political analyst Mustapha Hussein has warned that the convention will plunge the party into further divisions if freedom of expression and intraparty democracy does not flourish.

MCP) has set aside K150 million

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(MCP) has set aside K150 million for different activities and logistical issues in preparation for the voters’ registration with the first phase running from June 26 to July 9.
Speaking in Dedza during a training of party monitors, the deputy treasurer General for MCP, Rhino Chiphiko, said the money would help facilitate all the activities that the party has planned to ensure a smooth process throughout the registration period.
“As a party, we have made deliberate efforts towards voter civic education to inform Malawians so that we have a good number of eligible candidates to vote in the upcoming 2019 elections,” said Chiphiko.
He added that one of the activities is to train monitors in all the centers so that they ably monitor the process of registration in their areas.
In her remarks Member of Parliament for Dedza East, Juliana Lunguzi, encouraged the monitors to spread the messages in their various churches and homes to have a good turnout of registered voters.
Lunguzi however, made a call to all aspiring candidates to respect one another more especially women in order to ensure a good environment where everyone can compete without any challenges.
“We all need to level the ground for every candidate regardless of gender to have a free and fair election that will enable everyone have a chance because politics is a competition where only one can win,” said Lunguzi.
Dedza is one of the districts to be covered in the first phase of voter registration which also covers Mchinji, Salima and Kasungu according to Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) calendar.