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Malawi will never run short of drama. As the country leadership is expected to be looking at the best ways of tackling pertinent issues in the country, news has it that the police have been ordered to be victimizing people seems to be sympathetic with the country’s opposition parties.

Our sources in government have revealed that the Police will be searching and confiscating electronic gadgets in order to blackmail known voices against the current regime.

“Make sure when they ask you should make sure that they ate given in the presence of your solicitor,” said the source that did mot want to be named for fear of being penalized.

“This is from a very reliable source. This government is desperate so tell everyone to take care,” said the source.
Malawi is going through tough times like failing Economy, corrupt government, collapsed health sector, hunger, collapsed education and foreign affairs among other areas.

Worst is the failure of the government to take a bold stand on the rights of people living with albinism who are Being butchered like nobody’s business.

Although suspects are been arrested nothing concrete is seen from the government other than rhetoric messages on radios and bill boards.

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