A campaign dubbed “demand better Malawi” has taken centre stage on Twitter with a myriad Malawians tweeting the phrase as a sign of solidarity amidst the country’s hardships.
Apart from uniting Malawians in the diaspora with those at home, the campaign serves to send a strong message about change to relevant authorities.
It has attracted some notable figures as they have been spotted participating.
Having been noted on Monday, the campaign has been spreading like wildfire and there is a higher probability about numbers trippling.
The “demand for a better Malawi” was tweeted for more than 2000 times on Monday alone. Campaigners are alluding their demands to the pathetic situation which the country is going through.
The nightmarish conditions that have motivated them to take action range from economic disgrace to food shortages.
It started as a small thing with less than ten people playing a cheerleading role to what has now turned out to be a countrywide campaign.
The call has come when days for 2015 – probably a year Malawians will live to curse its existence – are numbered.
While others have refused to have kind words for the compaign, others believe its high time the country changed for the better and they have spoken strongly about it.