Two million demos still on – HRDC  


The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has said it cannot be intimidated by anyone and this week’s anti-Jane Ansah demonstrations will go on as planned.

This has been confirmed by HRDC National Chairperson Timothy Mtambo at a press briefing today in Lilongwe.

Mtambo encouraged Malawians across the country to join the protests from Wednesday to Friday.

Timothy Mtambo and Sembereka

Commenting on the list of journalists accused of working with the coalition, Mtambo said the list which circulated on social media last week was created by the government with the aim of tarnishing HRDC’s image.

“We are aware that Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is propagating evil speeches that some journalist has been receiving money from HRDC to write propaganda but this will not intimidate us, our stand will remain the same that Jane Ansah must fall,” he explained.

The activist then called on the police to prosecute Charles Kafumba, an intelligence officer who was arrested last week for following HRDC leaders.

Mtambo expressed worry that the police have released Kafumba without investigating the issue.

He demanded the State House to provide its position on the matter.

Human Rights Defenders Coalition has been conducting demonstrations to force Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Chairperson Jane Ansah to resign accusing her of mishandling May 21 elections.

This week’s demonstrations will be held from Wednesday to Friday.

in Lilongwe, demonstrators will start from Community Ground via Lilongwe Hotel to Crossroads through M1 road via 18 roundabout to Parliament to deliver a petition then proceed to Capital Hill.

In Mzuzu, the protests will start at Katoto Secondary School ground via Shoprite roundabout through the clock tower then straight to Civic Offices.

In Zomba, the demonstrations will start at Chinamwali to the district office while in Blantyre they will start at upper stadium via Makata road to Chileka roundabout then back through the clock tower to the upper stadium.

In Karonga, the protesters will hold a vigil at Karonga roundabout while in Rumphi the demonstrations will start at Kajawajawa to Rumphi council offices.



  1. Organizers of these demonstrations are very stupid. For how long will you be disturbing others businesses through your demos. Schools are now open hence you are busy planning for demos that will disturb pupils who are the future of Malawi. May your Saul rest in peace. Only stupid thinkers will join you. You are ? devil’s

  2. Do your dem weekend our kids need to attend school without your stupid dem we are tired with those dem
    Why can’t you find abetter way of sorting problems

  3. Wow as a Malawian nationality I wish JN should accept it there is a say ….let’s call a spade is a spade …and rattle engine is a sign of destructiveness of the journey…in someone’s life…’s fur as and fair ….can she resign in a clean manner like a someone else who is educative and smarter.. like a polished gold.A mother after all she is going to loose her potential mind mind money is what sold JESUS’S life end last one of the Doer hung up himself …. Please take before it’s too late…GOD is watching over ……..You have to know..

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