MRP says Malawians are to blame for the country’s mess

By Vincent Gunde

President and Commander in Chief of Muvi wa Chilungamo Revolutionary Party (MRP) Bantu Saunders Jumah, says citizens are to blame for the mess the country is in claiming that they demand useless things from politicians such as T-shirts, zitenje and K2000s.

Jumah said citizens have allowed politicians to fool them with party materials saying this has given politicians in Malawi passports to steal more from government coffers making the country to be poor and poorer.

He said Malawi politicians pocket millions of Dollars, trucks and Mercedes Benz out of involving themselves into corrupt practices so that the money they get be distributed to the poor for them to be praised as servant leaders making the citizens to look like beggars.

Free party materials entry point attracting supporters to join parties.

Speaking through his face book page followed by millions of people in Malawi and Africa, Jumah has advised citizens in Malawi that as they are receiving free T-shirts, zitenje and K2000s from politicians, they should know that politicians have received millions of dollars into their pockets.

Jumah has urged patriotic Malawians to follow political parties because of their policies and not party materials distributed for free observing that politicians are using their education to fool citizens to be clapping hands at them as God.

He has reminded Malawians that if there was a time for Malawi to change was in 2006 when the IMF, World Bank, Paris Club forgave countries such as Malawi, Zambia, Sierra-Leon, and other countries through Heavily Debited Poorest Countries (HDPC) Initiative.

The MRP President said from 2006 Malawi started from a fresh with zero debits resulting to former President the late Professor Bingu wa Mutharika performing wonders with many Malawians praising him as an economical icon of Malawi.

He said after he won the 2009 elections, he chased away white people, corruption found its way in government coffers, Bingu did not listen to the donors who were for efficient, transparency and accountability of their funds to reach the common man in the village.

“In 2012 the caretaker government of Madam Dr. Joyce Banda found the mess in government, cashgate scandals where money was even found hidden in the graveyards, car boots, under mattresses,” said Jumah.

He said while political parties are busy corrupting the mind of their supporters with free zienje, T-shirts and K2000s, the country’s debts have reached K13.56 trillion which will take 40 years to be repaid by the generations to come.

Jumah said out of K13.56 trillion, K3.16 was left by the DPP led government and the MCP led Tonse Alliance government has borrowed K10 trillion in just 4 years in government with nothing to show on the ground to match with the money borrowed.


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