‘Obama’ lies to Parliament

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The minister of home affairs and internal security and the director of fisheries have given contradictory statements on sixteen marine staff who were reported to have been trapped on Lake Malawi for almost four days.

The minister responsible Grace ‘Obama’ Chiumia told MPs in the National Assembly that the report that some staff members at marine department were stuck on Lake Malawi was ‘false’.

Grace Chiumia

Chiumia: Held a contradicting statements on the matter.

The sentiment came after legislators faulted government’s negligence to rescue the marine workers.

But Chiumia told the lawmakers that the said stuck boat had no staff members on board and that it was under repair.

However one member on board confirmed with the local press that he has been on the lake for days after a rescue team failed to come to give a hand of help.

He described his situation as undesirable with resources depleting on their reserved stock.

Director of fisheries Steve Donda later confirmed that the team was rescued and that they were heading to the mainland, a contrary statement to what Chiumia told her fellow parliamentarians.

 

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  1. Guys let’s not lie to one another the word ‘”politics”” mean lies, its their time to lie, enanu ukali wanu it’s just because you’ve been following MCP, UDF and PP . Bunch of loosed , ngati mumadalira kukomola ma president uyu ndi ngungungu sangakomoke.

  2. You are at it again to confuse readers. Impersonation is a crime so be specific when reporting. The media plays a vital role in informing the masses, when you talk of Obama, the world refers to the USA president unless otherwise.

  3. These people are all the same as people always say.. birds of the same feathers flock together. we are waiting for the results soon. Stop lying ministers, you are turnishing the name of President Barack Obama. you have to resign politely. Think twice please.