EXCLUSIVE: International media implicates Rwanda of terrorising her foreign citizens

By John Saukira  Rwandan President Paul Kagame is being praised for taking Rwanda into great heights internally in terms of social Economic stabilisation. Rwanda is currently a model of many African States in terms of uplifting welfare of its people talking about housing, roads infrastructure, trade and Agriculture. However, Kagame has another side of his life which many people do not know. According to an Australian ABC News Online article published on Monday 26 August, 2019. In the article it is reported that Rwandan refugees residing in Australia are living…

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Japanese Prime Minister hopes for peaceful end to Malawi political crisis

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday said he hopes there will be a peaceful solution to the current political impasse in Malawi. Abe said this during a meeting with Vice President Everton Chimulirenji who was visiting Japan to participate in the Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD7) held from August 28 to 30. Abe and Chimulirenbji In Malawi, there have been protests led by rights groups and the opposition who are dissatisfied with the outcome of the May 21 presidential elections. The opposition are also in court…

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Chewa King Gawa Undi asks Malawians to exercise tolerance

The Paramount Chief for Chewas in Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia, Kalonga Gawa Undi has asked Malawians to exercise tolerance for peace to prevail in the country. Speaking Saturday through one of his Ndunas at Mkaika Headquarters during the 2019 Kulamba ceremony in Zambia, Kalonga Gawa Undi said he was concerned with the political unrest the country is currently experiencing since the May 21 polls. The Chewa chief called upon political leaders in Malawi to ensure they find a long lasting solution to the political unrest so as to develop the…

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HITESH ANADKAT HIRES NIGERIANS TO KILL TRAPENCE, MTAMBO

First Capital Bank (FCB) owner Hitesh Anadkat has hired Nigerian thugs to kill Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) leaders Timothy Mtambo and Gift Trapence after demonstrators vandalized his bank at City Centre in Lilongwe during the anti-Jane Ansah demonstrations on Tuesday.   Insiders said the murderous plot was hatched between Anadkat and a well known Nigerian drug pin and gangster based in Lilongwe’s Area 47 suburb called Ike Nwanchuku on Wednesday evening.   “Ike is now organizing his thugs to abduct Mtambo and Trapence and kill them so that it…

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UNDP IMPLICATED IN ELECTIONS CASE…Fails to disclose elections audit report

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has been implicated in the on-going presidential elections case for failure to provide the elections audit report which was used as a basis of declaring the May 21 elections results.   The constitutional court sitting in Lilongwe on 27 June 2019 ordered the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to provide the court and the petitioners, UTM president Saulos Chilima and Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president Lazarus Chakwera with originals of log books, originals of results tally sheets, originals of voter registers, counterfoils for all ballot…

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ZIMBABWE FUGITIVE CHIHURI LIVES IN MUTHARIKA’S HOUSE

Former Commissioner General of Zimbabwe Police Force Augustine Chihuri, wanted in his country for financial crimes lives in President Peter Mutharika’s house in Lilongwe. We can reveal that Chihuri has been staying at Mutharika’s house in the suburbs of Area 10 in Lilongwe. Malawi has committed a diplomatic gaffe with revelations that it is keeping a fugitive instead of handing him over to the Zimbabwean government. “Mr Chihuri is wanted by the Zimbabwean government for financial crimes. He run away when there was change of government last year,” said a…

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WESTERN DIPLOMAT SHOCKED MUTHARIKA IS STILL PRESIDENT AFTER K145MILLION SCANDAL

A western diplomat is shocked that President Peter Mutharika is still President of Malawi and asking for another term even after he was caught stealing K145 million public money. The diplomat who did not want to to be named for obvious consequences, said in an interview in Lilongwe on Thursday that it is immoral for Mutharika to be asking for another term with a corruption case hanging over his head. “I think Malawians are very patient and passive people. If it were in my country the moment it was discovered…

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PROPHETESS MARY BUSHIRI CRITICALLY ILL, NOW USING A WHEELCHAIR

Prophetess Marry Bushiri is critically sick and the church has chosen to keep it out of the general public. Marry, who is the wife to the self-styled Prophet Shepherded Bushiri who is known of many miracles including healing all sorts of ailments, has been sick for a couple of weeks and out of the general public. This publication can confirm that on Mrs Bushiri was flown into the country on a private jet which landed at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) at around 1 am. Accompanied by four South African female…

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CORRUPTION FIGHT IN MALAWI DEAD

Look at this scenario: You had a businessman by the name Zuneth Satter who had a company that was involved in the stinking and free-for-all plunder of K20 billion public funds at Capital Hill during the reign of former president Joyce Banda between 2012 and 2014. As investigations were underway by investigating agencies that included Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) and Malawi Police Service, Sattar, apparently with full knowledge he was guilt and was likely to be arrested and consequently convicted and sentenced, sneaked out of Malawi to stay in the United…

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Zimbabwe military quells fuel price protests with several deaths

Zimbabwe’s police and military patrolled the streets of the capital, Harare, Tuesday as a helicopter fired tear gas at demonstrators blocking a road and burning tires on a second day of deadly protests after the government more than doubled the price of fuel in the economically shattered country. Eight people were killed Monday when police and military fired on crowds, according to Amnesty International. But Zimbabwe’s government said that three people were killed, including a policeman who was stoned to death by an angry crowd, according to Information Minister Monica…

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