It is therefore unfair and malicious to fault President Mutharika for trying to remind parents and inform children to remember how past generations were dealing with unavailability of maize within the household.Look at this; the President himself is the one who declared Malawi as a state of national disaster in view of the hunger that has come about due to destructive rains and drought for two consecutive farming seasons.
If yes, MCP should justify such a stand, if not its leaders should publicly condemn the remarks and subsequently expel her from the party.
(b) Apologise to all Malawians on behalf of its entrusted spokesperson.
If you happen to be walking the paths cutting through the small and short bushes of Blantyre City or Lilongwe and Mzuzu City, and you haven’t met the foul blowing from a dumped dog carcass, consider that your lucky day, NYONI WA NYONI writes: This is 2017 and she is not coming until now. If it were in those old days, we could be asking of whether she strayed on her way to the land of the whites.
We could be speculating she met her fate in those tropical forests.
(c) In the same vein, we would like to ask Hon Jessie Kabwila Member of Parliament (MP) for Salima North West and the former senior lecture at Chancellor College to say whether her sentiments truly represent the views and aspirations of the constituents that voted for her.