Let us stop finger pointing – Mutharika

49

President Peter Mutharika has reiterated the need for all Malawians to forget their differences and stop finger pointing as the country is celebrating 53 years of Independence.

Mutharika said this during this years’ thanksgiving prayers which were held at Bingu International Conference Centre under the theme ‘Thanksgiving to God for the Good Harvest’.

Peter Mutharika

Peter Mutharika: We should stop finger pointing

Mutharika said all Malawians need to remember that the nation belongs to them and the choice to prosperity is theirs.

“Let us forget our differences, remember we are all Malawians and Malawi is our nation. Let’s stop finger pointing,” said Mutharika.

He added that Malawians must not politicise corruption as the fight is not a one man battle but for everyone.

On the economy, the president hailed his government’s efforts in reducing inflation and cutting interest rates following two years of hunger.

“We thank God for keeping Malawi in peace and giving us a good harvest after two years of hunger,” he said.

Mutharika however noted that the country need economic independence.

On development, the Malawi leader said government has introduced community colleges to create jobs and has also constructed good roads.

He then called on the need to put in place systems that benefit all people. Mutharika also urged Malawians to love one another and not destroy the nation.

 

Share.

49 Comments

  1. Idont think amagwada pansi patsiku mkumupempha mulungu kuti amasuledzikolathu, akanakhala kuti iyeyu amadzipereka nsembe nthawizina bwezi mwina ambuye akutichitira chifundo

  2. If your in abus and the bus is always falling in potholes the passengers will not blame the conductor for two good reasons : 1-for choosing abad road : 2-for failing to avoid the potholes during the drive kkkkkk

  3. Kodi amene anayambisa kusokonezawo, ndemukuti nawo bwanji? Mungolimbana ndi big man, maso apatali komanso auzimu, ndapeza chilungamo, nonse amene mukunyoza mr munthalika, ndaamene mwaphesa anawa, coz mumayambisadala manyi anuwo kuti, pakhale mavuto ngati amenewa, nonse amene mukunyoza nthalika, ameneyo asagana ndi mwana wanga, ntchisi boyz muganiza kwanchela aluga ngatinu? Nthakoswe nonse nyendo zantafuna.

  4. This is the message that I personally as a MALAWI CITIZEN, have been waiting for to hear from THE STATE PRESIDENT PROF. A.P.MUTHARIKA: The message of hope,unity, layality, and indeed LOVE!! THE MALAWI NATION, is indeed not in good political standing due to finger-pointing, especially on trible and regionalistic character defamation!! Yes, multiparty politics do not mean all things are for one-single political-party BUT DIVERSITY: Indeed, let Malawian political parties learn to practice politics of listening to one-another, by so doing, we shall b on the right track to developing the MALAWI’S ECONOMY!! The president is the CHAIR FOR DPP, therefore, let other parties do the same by telling their followers to stop practising politics of castigation,regionalism and indeed tribalism which in the true sense shows ignorance of understanding politics of pluralism and the end result is DIVISIONS AND CHAOS IN THE COUNTRY!!!

  5. We can not stop pointing fingers if your MINISTERS are stealing billions of dollars to enrich themselves.53 YEARS have gone but MALAWIANS ARE STILL LIVING IN EXTREME POVERTY . THEIR IS NOTHING TO SMILE ABOUT IT ( MORGAN HERITAGE ). HOW CAN THE GORVEMENT PLAY SO MANY GAMES. EDUCATION IS POOR, YOUR GORVEMENT IS THE GATE OF EVERYTHING : CASH GATE, JET GATE, MURDER GATE, MSCE EXAMS GATE, POVERTY GATE, POLICE BRUTALITY GATE, CORRUPTION GATE, NEPOTISM GATE, ALBINO ABDUCTION GATE, POOR EDUCATION GATE, EXPENSIVE CARS GATE, UNKNOWN JURNEYS GATE,SOCIAL INJUSTICE GATE, POOR ECONOMIC POLICIES GATE AND MANY MORE.

  6. peter had it been that there was acommunication between the dead and the life,,i think you cauld have been warned to stop playing around with innocent peoples lives,,your brother prepared his grave in advance and you may do like wise bcoz it may not be today or tomorrow but the other day,God is watching and he is not happy with you and your stupid unprofessional police officers,,,

  7. Why we should not point fingers. If they is death we must point out so that it does not happen again. More over last year the government said they don’t have money for celebration because there was no new stadium with name. Now to this year suddenly the money is available then poor organisation. Then if we don’t point finger. What should we do. Happy with death.

  8. 8 dead 48 injuried..and am pointing finger at organisers…can’t you see multitude are dying everyday like stealing taxes?..ndipo nde mulozedwa zaladi…what a porous government…everything a death trap…Yuck!

  9. This country ruled by prof or pumbwa chidempete. Sungaganizire za awo ataya miyoyo yawo?? Wapereka sacrifice yako eshiii unalibe chisoni pomwe umapitiriza kusangalala za ufulu wakowo wa corruption wo. Uzafa imfa yowawa chitsilu iwe.

  10. Zodya mwana zimapota wakulu munaziyamba nokha tsopano mukunyoza bigman osamakonda zithu zaulele zaka 53 koma anthu umphawi uli thooo taonani mwabweretsa chisoni mdziko mmalo mwa chimwemwe kaya mukayankha pa judgement day ine ndangodutsamo chabe

  11. This guy need to be buried alive and feel the pain of death. It was good enough to call off the celebration following the incident which happened in front of his nose.

  12. For firing teargas that causes deaths, did you celebrate or you cancelled that thing after stamped?? You value your party than those put you in that office, you’re not peoples president but evil minded man

Leave a Reply