DPP PLOTS VIOLENCE AS COURT STARTS CONCLUDING ELECTORAL CASE

With reality dawning on the them that  Constitutional Court judges are highly likely to order fresh elections, the ‘ruling’ DPP is plotting to disrupt hearing of the case this week as a tactic to derail hearing which ends on December 6. When the case started four months ago, the DPP was so convinced that trial would take years but now that hearing concludes next week, the party is plotting to cause mayhem as one way of prolonging the case. In a message to the cadets from the party’s Directorate of…

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…BEN PHIRI ON A HIGHWAY STREET TO SELF CANNIBALIZATION…

On Friday, November 15, first witness for first respondent in the ongoing presidential case at the Constitutional Court, ‘Dr’ Ben Malunga Phiri aka Field Marshal; Chief Strategist and Director of Elections for DPP, entered the witness box to be cross examined by lawyer for first petitioner, Dr Chikosa Silungwe. Ordinarily, this would have been a clash of two PhDs in an epic battle of wits. It was not. Prior to his court appearance, many of Ben Phiri’s social media cadets touted him as master crafter; strategist and the vortex of…

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BREAKING NEWS: MUTHARIKA CABINET MINISTER BEN PHIRI FACES ARREST OVER PERJURY

Cabinet Minister Ben Phiri is set to make history as the first high ranking government official to be arrested over perjury charges. We can disclose that we have seen court papers being prepared to have the Phiri arrested once the Constitutional Court reconvenes to continue hearing the presidential elections case next week. Phiri, lied through his teeth in a court of law after taking an oath that he got his PhD qualification from Jerusalem Bible College when he in fact, got the qualification from Cypress University, widely believed to be…

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SHIRAZ FERREIRA DONATES K2MILLION TO WAR HEROES IN MALAWI

As part of its continued social responsibility, Shiraz Ferreira of SF International has donated MK2million to war heroes as part of 2019 Poppy Day commemorations. The function whichdrew together dosens of veteran soldiers and senior Malawi Defence Force (MDF) officials was held at the Cobbe Barracks in Zomba. Speaking when he presented the Cheque on behalf of the company’s Managing Director Ferreira, Lewis Kalolokesya said their company decided to give something to the ex-soldiers in relation to the Remembrance Sunday. Poppy day is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth member…

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Garbage in, garbage out’: Suleman maintains on manipulation of results in Malawi polls

Attorney General Kalekeni Kaphale on Monday tussled with Malawi Congress Party (MCP) IT expert and witness in the on-going elections case, Daud Suleman, on how results in the presential elections in May were allegedly manipulated in the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) system. During the cross examination, Kaphale representing the electoral body by virtue of being government chief legal advisor,  focused  his questioning to undermining the expertise of Suleman and  undermining the conclusions of his investigation. Kaphale questioned the expertise of the witness, drawing attention his credentials in the IT profession…

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Ex-speaker says Malawi election case is watershed

Taking to social media, Katsonga, who disbanded his Fuko party to rejoin the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), said Malawians have a constitutional right to challenge any anomalies they pick in the voting process. “As true son of Malawi, I look at this case as a watershed in the way Malawi votes; it does look like there are grave systematic issues in the voting processes,” says Katsonga. He said rigging elections is a very serious constitutional matter which steals from the people the choices they have made at the ballot…

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Chilima lawyers apply to court not to allow MEC IT expert make presentation

Lawyers for UTM Party president Saulos Chilima in the landmark elections case have applied to the Constitutional Court not to allow the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) IT director Muhabi Chisi not to make a presentation in the court. Attorney General Kalekeni Kaphale wants Chisi to make the presentation in response to the simulation by Malawi Congress Party (MCP) hired IT expert Daudi Suleman. Chilima, through his lawyer Chikosa Silungwe, argues that Chisi had all the opportunity to file a sworn statement to counter-argue against Suleman’s 65-page affidavit but he opted…

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BUSINESSMAN DONATES K2MILLION TO ST JOHN AMBULANCE MALAWI

In its pursuit of saving lives in the communities of Malawi, Shiraz Ferreira of SF International has donated K2million to St John Malawi Ambulance, a voluntary organisation which provides first aid training and assistance to the public as well as transferring skills to communities as a first response to accidents and injuries. Presenting the cheque on behalf of Ferreira, SF International’s Director of Finance Lewis kalolokesya said they thought it wise to assist the organization as one way of promoting primary health care and health education to all regardless of…

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DPP COUGHS K50MILLION FOR MCP, UTM SOCIAL MEDIA WAR

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has given out a whopping K50 million bounty to some Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and UTM party social media activists to ‘fight each other’ in order to thwart any efforts of the two parties running together in case there is a re run of the presidential elections. We can reveal that DPP is preparing for a re run and would not want MCP and UTM to join forces. This is why the newly crowned DPP Chief Strategist Norman Paulos Chisale has given the money to cause…

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WE STAND BY OUR STORY: Mrs. Mutharika, Tadikila owns K7.8 billion Ghost Company

We are standing by our story. President Peter Mutharika’s wife Gertrude and her son Tadikila Mabfuza own Black & Veach, a ghost company which won a controversial contract worth a whopping K7.8 billion to manage the Kam’mwamba Coal  fired Power Generation Company (KPGC). Presidential Press secretary Mgeme Kalilani, in a bid to save his job from a sex scandal, rushed to release a poorly written and full of grammatical errors statement exonerating Mrs. Mutharika and Tadikila from the ghost company. However, credible information in our possession indicates that the company…

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