He should not only prepare to display his nakedness, he should also be planning to be in the cell in the cold month and maybe even naked.
Mulanje South lawmaker, Bon Kalindo, better know by his stage name Winiko will on 23rd June lead an all nude protest against the abductions and brutal murders of people with albinism.
Kalindo wants the use of death penalty for albino killers and maintained that he will go ahead with his naked protest.
But the Member of Parliament could be in fresh trouble as Malawi laws go against exposing nakedness in public.
‘’The offence of being an idle and disorderly person is divided into sub-categories listing various acts bringing a person within the ambit of the statute. If found to be an idle and disorderly person, a person is liable for a fine of K20 and may be sentenced to three months’ imprisonment if a first-time offender, and for a subsequent offence to a fine of K50 and six months’ imprisonment.’’ Reads Idle and Disorderly Persons (section 180) of the Malawi penal code.
However in one of his trending media interviews, Kalindo says he is not even afraid to be arrested or killed so ‘long as people with albinism live just as another person’.
‘’I can be arrested or killed, but I will not relent in fighting against theses barbaric acts.’’ He indicated.
Over 18 murder cases have been reported and 14 cases involving kidnapping of albinos are in the records and that three people with albinism are still missing while 28 graveyards of people with albinism have been tampered with in different circumstances, government has indicated.