Malawi President Peter Mutharika has until May to leave the seat of Presidency, MP Kamlepo Kalua has said.
Making contribution on behalf of the People’s Party (PP), Kamlepo said the party was giving Mutharika an ultimatum of 90 days in which he should quit and handover power to a caretaker government.
Kamlepo said Mutharika had failed the country and, therefore, he had to resign.
Citing the chaotic economy and the current hunger situation, Kamlepo concluded by saying that Mutharika should handover power to a transitional government.
In 2011, President Peter Mutharika’s brother Bingu wa Mutharika was given an ultimatum to resign and he died within that period.