Written by PIUS NYONDO
MZUZU--The Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA), organisers of the Jan 17 demonstrations, say they will make public their next course of action immediately the 21-day ultimatum they gave government to address their concerns expires.
CAMA Executive Director John Kapito couldn't say whether or not their petition had been responded to by government in an interview with Malawi's ZBS Radio, saying he didn't want to pre-empt anything.
"We gave government 21 days and these 21 days are yet to be over. We'll come up with a number of strategies which we'll communicate to the media [after the expiry date this Thursday]," said Kapito.
CAMA's six-point petition, submitted on January 17, 2013, calls for suspension of the floatation of the local currency as well as reduce both local and external travel by the president among other things.
(c) The Maravi Post 2013