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Malawi’s Livingstonia Synod labels Jane Ansah as the Master-minder of current despair

Malawi’s Livingstonia Synod Labels Jane Ansah as the Master-minder of current despair

MZUZU-(MaraviPost)-Church of Central African Presbyterian (CCAP) Livingstonia Synod has put the blame of the current grief Malawi is in on Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) chairperson Jane Ansah, prays she resign fast for the sake of stability of the country.

This has been said by the Synod’s moderator Douglas Chipofya and General Secretary reverend Levi Nyondo, who said they are totally behind Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) who are calling for her resignation.

In his remarks Nyondo said as the church they will not sit down and watch people protesting against fraud elections, arguing doing so would mean promoting injustice, hence praying for her dismissal.

“As a church, we are praying that she (Ansah) should resign quickly, and we will not stop because she is the cause of everything. She is the denominator of everything. So we are still praying,” said Nyondo.

According to Nyondo, most of the youth in the country are in the streets protesting with HRDC because they are facing socio-economic challenges and that tippexed election results have geared their anger.

He continue that Ansah will soon resign for the power of people cannot be underestimated.

In his remarks Reverend Chipofya condemned looting and violence that happen during demonstrations saying protesting in good faith is right.

HRDC has been organising demonstrations in the country calling for Ansah’s resignation for mismanaging May 21 elections who up to date has remained adamant of letting go MEC premises describing the calls to her fall as baseless

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  1. Bringing change is a threat to other people but change can make a lot of differences. We have embarked on a Unitary system for too long, and we have seen its evilness, and it is time for change today and not tomorrow. It has created dictatorship, regionalism, nepotism, and all the “isms” of the world. We want a federalism that everyone will be treated equal regardless of their tribe which today doesn’t exist in Malawi. I reject the federalism that was proposed by Peter Mutharika in 2006 that only districts should be given the powers. Why he is afraid to implement full Federalism and proposed for districts federalism? Malawi has three provinces, Southern province, Central province, and Northern province. In each province there are districts and in South Africa they call them municipalities, and in the USA are called counties. To avoid secession from our Malawi they should be realisation that today’s generation is different from those of the Peter Mutharika who still believe in their own tribe instead of doing good for the nation. When those who feel are marginalised want change nothing will stop that change. It might come through bloodshed, a method used by foolish leaders like Al Bashir (South Sudan) and Peter Mutharika, hardcore tribalist. Smart leaders are the ones who listen to their people and do the right thing which will bring harmony among all the tribes that make that country. Here is the federalism which the Northerners have been asking our fellow Malawians from the Centre to the South, but we have been met with brutal re-oppressive respond. This will leave the Northerners with no choice but to successive like what Southern Sudan did. The Northerners will accept a federalism that will only recognise that Malawi has three provinces not less or more to give advantage to the other province. Each province shall be allocated points proportional to its population. For e.g, the South = 35 points, Centre = 30, North = 25 points. In order for a political party to win the presidency it must have more than 50 points. The presidency must rotate among its provinces like in Nigeria the presidency is rotated between the Muslims and Christians—everybody is happy if you leave religious politics out. The governorship must also be rotated among the indigenous tribes of each province to avoid domination by the majority tribe. These provinces must be given power to legislate but should be within the federal constitution not to violet the rights of the others. These provinces will be given budget to solve the problems that are affecting their province unlike in the unitary system where first preference goes to the tribe of the president. Districts should be called municipalities where a mayor is the leader of that municipality and councillors are like MPs in that district. Here is the federalism that I have proposed. Federal government, Provincial government, and Local government. In federal government a president cannot act unilaterally without the consultation of MPs. Issues need to be debated and if there is need the president must go to the Malawian people to explain his case why he/she wants to take such actions. Malawian people will call their MPs either to support the president or not. When coming to general election Malawi will vote for a political party that will make a different in their lives. Today in Malawi people vote along their region or tribal lines. Only federalism can unite Malawians as one. Some leaders like Peter Mutharika are so selfish that they only think about today for themselves and their off spring and care less about the rest. They use violence to oppress the others. The African Union is the club of the old grumpy people that their minds are retarded—they only think about evil.

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