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Is 59 dead Malawians from COVID-19 enough for Vice President Saulos Chilima?

Saulos Chilima at a gathering while campaigning for the vice Presidency promised that he would only believe there was Coronavirus in Malawi when he started seeing corpses. Today we ask him has he seen enough dead people from COVID-19 in Malawi to be a believer.

Now we hear Saulos Klaus Chilima (SKC) has re-affirmed his 100 percent commitment of his monthly salary towards the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, which has so far claimed more than 50 lives in the country.

To begin with saulos was an absentee employee, for two and half years he never worked for his salary as he was busy undermining his boss Peter Mutharika.

So, before we start knighting Saulos Chilima as a hero, we should know he is on a government payroll. He is not surrendering money from a business that he worked hard at. Please Malawians stop.

Chilima and Joyce Banda

Saulos Chilima is for Saulos Chilima, period. “Prior to 2019 elections, Chilima showed willingness to go into an alliance with a foe (Former President Joyce Banda) he vanquished in 2014, one who proved that as Ruling President of the country could not muster enough support in the country to be elected on her own Merit.On this, Saulos Chilima proved himself to be an amateur at the tough game of politics.  He was almost conned into an alliance with nothing to gain by the Former Malawi President who founded and leads  the People’s Party, formed in 2011 after Banda herself was expelled from the ruling DPP when she refused to endorse President Bingu wa Mutharika’s younger brother APM as the successor to the presidency for the 2014 general election”. — This was from a Maravi Post reporter.

So today Saulos Chilima writes, the upsurge in Covid-19 cases continues to be alarming and frightening in our country. Over 50 people have succumbed to the disease so far. May their souls Rest in Peace.

Once again, I urge you to continue washing hands regularly, practicing respiratory hygiene, keeping social distance, putting on masks as well as following home remedies that are being recommended by health experts but most importantly by getting tested for COVID-19.

Earlier in the day, I again went for tests as guided by the health personnel two weeks ago when I was first tested. I have again tested NEGATIVE.

Together let us fight and defeat Covid-19.

Saulos Chilima is a self-promoting salesman, ask him have enough Malawians died to convince him Peter Mutharika was not making up Coronavirus?

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Ufulu
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Ufulu is a reporter at the Maravi Post since Inception. He has a Degree in Computer Science and has reported on Technical and development issues.
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