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OPEN LETTER TO ZODIAK

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Att: Gospel Kadzako by Christopher Aublic Ligomeka

Dear sir

Ref: Brute force this government lest we all perish

I would like to express my tender regards to your transparent team of informants to this nation of Malawi.

I would like to share with you a method you may wish to adopt and gain courage from it.

In Information Technology, Brute force is a random method of calculating every possible combination that could break up a pass code, pin or make up a right password or a guess to gain access of something.

This is in regard to ATI bill delayed which led to the current media war between Zodiak and State House of Malawi. If I were you, I would use all possible medium to make my point clear and loud.

When media, Including your facility despised my revelations over elections fraud that occurred 2014 which I was personally involved, I tagged my post to high profile figures like Hon Davis Katsonga and Ralph Kasambara and others. I first examined if their profiles would allow my post to publish on their wall without approval.

How it worked, each of my celebrated friends has a maximum of 5,000 friends who follow them. By tagging just five of these high profile figures, it gave me audience of 25,000 people to follow my post. Among them were reporters who monitored the trend of that post.

Therefore I want to plead with #ZODIAK, do not give up on our nation Malawi, somehow somewhere you are right on the point. You just need more support and info leads to finally crack this government.
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