Lazarus Chakwera has returned home empty-handed from Israel after his mission to procure cyber capability to sabotage Malawi’s economy and make Malawians suffer failed.
Chakwera arrived in Israel through Ben Gurio Airport at 3:15 am on Wednesday. He booked in at a hotel in Jerusalem with the plan to visit a cyber firm and meet two politicians.
While in Jerusalem, he tweeted pictures of him touring some Holy Sites in Jerusalem. However, Chakwera travelled to Israel on a sinister project to procure cyber capability to sabotage Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) system.
This is part of the latest plot by MCP and HRDC to mobilize Malawians to boycott paying taxes to sabotage the economy and cause suffering among people which should in turn result in public unrest against the government.
According to the scheme, once people start rioting on tax, MCP and HRDC would follow it with a cyber-attack on MRA system to make it look like it is the result of the anger of the people.
Out in Israel, Chakwera consulted a cyber infiltration company to procure the product for their sabotage plan.
But the company asked him to present a Hand User Certificate before they could make available any possibilities they have.
Chakwera could not produce the certificate and the company declined to assist him in any way.
In a further blow, the two politicians he had scheduled to meet in his attempt to buy political support in their project to sabotage Malawi also declined to meet him in the last minute.
Chakwera had arranged to meet two members of the Knesset (Israeli Parliament), one from the opposition and another from the ruling party.
But when he arrived in Israel and the ill-intentions of his visit were discovered, the two MPs turned him down last minute. They told Chakwera they had a pressing business in Parliament regarding impeachment campaign for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Having failed on both, Chakwera curtailed his trip and has returned home empty- handed just after 3 days.
The collapse of the Israel mission is the latest of the failures in their project to sabotage Malawi’s economy and stir civil strife in the country.
Since the elections in May, MCP and HRDC have organised violent demonstrations that have damaged and looted businesses, attempted to shut the borders and airports, engineered a strike in the truck transportation industry – all with the intention to send the economy crashing.
MCP has since given instruction to HRDC to start a campaign for Malawians to start boycotting paying taxes.
Malawi’s national budget relies heavily on tax revenue. Government uses these funds to construct roads, purchase medicine for hospitals, bring electricity to rural areas and pay salaries for civil servants, among others.
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