Kalindo lauds Malawians for patronising flopped demos

By Vincent Gunde

BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)-Organizer of ‘’Say No to amnesty to thieves in Malawi’’ Bon Kalindo aka Winiko, has lauded Malawians for patronizing the cancelled demonstrations in Blantyre slated for Friday in what could have been  seen as the mother of all demos.

Kalindo described the action demonstrated by police officers beating and arresting of innocent people that came for the demos as speaking to one thing, little by little, Malawi is going back to a one party state-dictatorship.

He assured Malawians of no retreat saying he and his team has resubmitted two letters for the second time informing Blantyre District Commissioner and Police of their intention to hold demonstrations on Friday, January 21, 2022.

Kalindo also thanked Malawians who had travelled from Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa to bless the cancelled demos saying that is beginning a new Malawi wokomera wonse.

Kalindo assured the authorities that he has already sacrificed his life to die for mother Malawi saying he is not afraid of being killed or arrests and will stop organizing demos until government listen to Malawian demands that they are suffering and crying.

He said if he is killed, many Kalindos will be born to hold the government accountable for his deaths and will not stop holding demos to liberate the country from the shackles of President Lazarus Chakwera’s Malawi Congress Party (MCP) dictatorship in Tonse administration.

“I am Bon Kalindo. I am ready to be killed or re-arrested, Dr. Kainja arrest or kill me and not arresting innocent Malawians,” said Kalindo.

Kalindo has since ruled out no 60- days amnesty to thieves and mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations in Malawi reminding government that current Malawi is wide awake.

The demonstrations next destination will be Chingeni Toll Plaza in Ntcheu where protesters will close the Toll gate for vehicles to pass through until government change its heart that one payment is enough to carter for the day’s travel.

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