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Malawi’s Paramount Chief Kyungu disputes social media reports of him against 50+1 bill

Paramount Chief Kyungu disputes social media reports of him against 50+1 bill

KARONGA-(MaraviPost)-Powerful chief, Paramount Chief Kyungu of Karonga and Chitipa have attacked the social media users for spreading force news that senior traditional leaders petitioned Parliament to reject the 50+1 bill.

Kyungu made the remarks after a picture gone viral in a social media showing some senior chiefs pausing at the parliament where it is alleged that they were presenting a petition.

Below is Kyungu’s statement;

Below is a photo showing Traditional Leaders allegedly presenting a petion calling on MPs to reject the 50+1 Bill.

However. NO chief or group of chiefs ever went anywhere to present such a petition!

In the picture putting on a hat and holding a stick is the late Paramount Chief Ngolongoliwa who died in July 2019.

One wonders therefore how the late chief could have come to life solely to present the so-called petion.
The photo has gone viral in the social media.

May it be put on record that the Traditional Leaders captured on the above photo are NOT politicians as such they cannot and will not engage parliamentarians on the issue of 50+1 bill because they are NOT parliamentarians and the Constitutional Court did not ask or direct Traditional Leaders to debate or make a decision regarding the pros and cons of the 50+1 bill.

In view of the above l call upon the social media to decist from publishing false and destructive stories aimed at character association.

Traditional Leaders have always worked with the Government of the Day and shall continue doing so in accordance with the Malawi Constitution.

Social media must stop from humiliating or tarnishing the image of Traditional Leaders.

It must tell its readers only the TRUTH not LIES in order to build a better Malawi with LOVE. RESPECT AND DIGNITY.

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