About 14 months from now, our country is expected to hold tripartite elections to elect ward Councillors, Members of Parliament, and The State President. One Martin Luther King Jr. once argued that voting is the only way a nation or community can ensure a good change in leadership which would help in the progress of … More Are our Recycled and Greedy Politicians a reason why Malawi remains underdeveloped?
For a long time, our nation has been focusing much on issues that give little or no promises for concrete development of this nation. It is an undisputable fact that some mortals are spending days thinking about what the nation should do to move in a right direction, while others are busy pointing fingers on conducts … More Is 50+1% a Justice or a Solution to Challenges Faced by the Nation?
Here the word “devil” was a blessing: man had to have an omnipotent and terrible enemy— there was no need to be ashamed of suffering at the hands of such an enemy…..Fredriech Nietzsche, ANTICHRIST Man is his own God, and I will re-echo that in a thousand years, posthumously, for great truths are only understood … More Ramblings of a Common Man: Satan as the Scapegoat for the Evils of our own Making
Whenever I take a stroll in these peaceful streets of ours, laughing and enjoying our valuable natural environment, it hurts to recall the adage that we have scored position one in the foreign manufactured poverty list. Anyway, I guess we seem not worried anymore. By the way, each position has its occupant. We are a … More My Perspective: “The Politics of Ambululu and Blind Loyalty”
It was the colonial mercantile system all over again, set up to make it easy for those with power and limited natural resources to exploit those with resources but no power…(Jerkins, 2004, Confessions of an Economic Hitman) I am a rambler, I admit, a pathetic rambler. It is a disease I am well aware of, … More The Rambler: Furious Effusions from a Common Man
Malawi has reaffirmed its commitment to take a leading role in the implementation of Post 2015 Development Programs for the benefit of its people. Speaking in New York on Friday at the UN General Assembly, President Peter Mutharika made the commitment when addressing the assembly. In his speech, Mutharika told the gathering that Malawi’s failure … More Malawi to Take a Leading Role in SDGs – Mutharika
It just does not add up that while we are busy reforming the civil service at home, with such austere measures that grip the poor by the throat, and throws them down into their early graves (all in the name of serving some millions), that while we are busy doing this, the first citizen himself, … More CIVIL Service Reforms, A Grave For The Poor
Woyenda ndi Lupanga Ndi lupanga lomwelo litadzakuphe..(Billy Kaunda, Lupanga) There are times when one knows that they have really been cornered, when they realize that the hangman’s noose around their neck has come to stay, not just to flirt; indeed, there are times, when one finally knows … More My Effusions on Lutepo’s Last Words
Peoples Party’s (PP) Candidate in the coming Zomba Central Ward bi- elections Willkness Nakanga took it to Zomba City flea Market on Saturday afternoon blaming the City’s Council for poor condition of the market. Speaking to a few number of people who gathered opposite Zomba flea market, Nakanga said that if voted into power, he … More Nakanga Blames Zomba City Council for Poor Market Condition, Promises a Change
As different political parties are busy campaigning for their candidates for the Office of Zomba Central Ward Councillor, Peoples Party (PP) has extended its strides in embracing its candidate Mr. W. Nakanga and its existence in the City. PP’s supporters gathered at Mponda School Ground in Zomba