Groups fight over Mulanje and Thyolo independence claims

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Members of Malawi’s People’s Land Organisation (PLO) and Citizen for Protection of Mulanje Mountain (CPM) based in Mulanje and Thyolo have denied reports that the two districts will become independent if government fails to resolve land disputes in the district.

The development comes after the chairperson of PLO, Mr. Vincent Wandale, told reporters last week that the two organisations, PLO and CPM, have given government 17 days ultimatum to resolve the land disagreement failing which the two districts will form an independent state.

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Row of land in Mulanje and Thyolo.

Speaking at a press conference on Friday, public relations officer for CPM, Bon Kalindo said Wandale’s claims that the two districts will become independent were his personal opinion and not the views of the organisations.

Kalindo wondered why Wandale delivered that speech when the groups on October 15 met the President Peter Mutharika and discussed the way forward on the matter.

“We met here in Thyolo to clear what Mr Wandale has said. He has said Thyolo and Mulanje mountain are to become independent and be called United states of Thyolo and Mulanje if the government and the president fails to resolve the dispute, that is not true.

“He should not pretend to have said this on behalf of people in these two location, I think he has said this on a personal basis,” said Kalindo. He added that if anything will happen within the said 17 days, Wandale will be responsible for that and not PLO or CPM.

However, Wandale called the accusations senseless saying what he said is what PLO and its members agreed on 26 November at a meeting. He said he is there to fight for people’s land and says no one can threaten him.

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42 Comments

  1. vuto la alhomwe kusaphunzira. akuganiza tiyi wawoyo azigula ndani akakhla independent? usavage basi

  2. We are a PATHETIC NATION …….we are very stupid……ka dziko kake komweka kakutivuta kuyendetsa nde wina kumakambaa zopusa….its better we call azungu azatilamulileso…..democracy tainvetsa molakwika n sitikudziwa kuti tikutani….our foolish leaders stop doing things everything mu ndale

  3. kampeni ya winiko kuti awine inali imeneyi ndiye zachita bwino ndithu mukathyola tea wanuyo zisinjani nkuyanika kenako mumukazinge muchiwaya mukatero mupeze ma buyer anu muone mmene mufiirere maso kodi mumaona ngati azungu angakusireni factory yaulere eti muziganiza mukafuna kuyankhula MUTOMVA A LOMWE INU

    1. Tapitani uko inu tamakachekani matabwa kuchikangawako…… Nkhani ilipano siimeneyo uwerebgeso komano vuto siiwe ima kaye ndikulembere muchitumbuka kuti umvetse wapulika mbwenu mbwenu

    1. Paja ambwenu mbwenu sumutha kumvetsa nkhani eti…… Nanga nkhani ikukambidwa apapa ndizimene ukunenazo zugwirizana chani…..? Wangosiya kuweta ng’ombe dzulo lomweli eti….? Nkana sukudziwa

  4. Afiti awa asatibowe mwamva? Malo si a mwini wake Mulungu kodi? Nonse mudzafa, malo mudzawasiya awa. Alipo munthu amene anabadwa ndi malo?

  5. Amalawi chenjelani ndi ma LUANDAN ndi ma CONGOLISE. Ali mmomuno ali kaliki liki kufuna kuzesa chipolowe ndicholinga choti Kuno ku Malawi kukhale nkhondo.

    1. Apa mwaonetsa ulomwe wanu ndi uchitsilu onse, chotukwanila ndi chani zinthu zoti dzulo awandale amalankhula pa times radio masana, bwanji osafufuza kaye musanalembe zanuzo ?

    1. inuyonso muzimwa tea wamakaka osakaniza ndi nandolo akwa Bondo kumbiya makaula namazoma supuni mimosa limbuli nkuta nyalinga

    2. Ambwenu mbwenu palibeso chomwe amadziwa anthu oti akulira kucheka matabwa kuchikangawa town ya BT angoidziwa kumene asiyeni angochedwetsani

    3. Adazolowera ku lisha ng’ombe ndiye paja phwitsi ya chiweto chimene chija chimapeperetsatu…kikikikiki mix yao ija yochita chiwere ndichiwetocho mutu ungagwire

  6. Mulanje en thyolo belongs to Malawi,those claims were made by a confused leader,who lost direction, PLO en CPM have clear objectives, to speak fo the voiceless

  7. If they want to be independent,let them be independent but the land shall remain the property of the person that is using and owning the land despite the race, nationality or religion.

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