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DPP CORRUPTS CHURCH: TRIES TO BRIBE CCAP AND CATHOLIC BUT HITS-THE-SNAG

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In a continued attempt to destroy the opposition and MCP in particular, DPP with billions of stolen money at their disposal have bribed Malawi’s smaller churches and paraded their leaders and pastors on the national screen of MBC to castigate and degrade the opposition leader Dr Chakwera to no avail.

It must be made clear that DPP has managed to bribe multitude of small churches who we will witness as they continue to be paraded on TVM.

The main reason DPP is using churches and their pastors is because Mutharika and his team are aware that Malawians respect the word from their pastors and as such it’s easy for them to be misguided.

As if that is not enough in the replica of Herod’s action against the Church in Jerusalem when he arrested Peter while planning to kill him after killing James one of the Apostles of Jesus in Acts Chapter 12, DPP have tried their lack to bribe Malawi’s mother churches of Catholic and CCAP but their plan has hit-the-snag.

The mother churches have clearly laid out their expectations from the government, which is: Deal with corruption and follow sound policy of governance and not destroying the opposition.

The source has it that DPP is utilising all avenues at its disposal as a ruling party to bring MCP down on its knees. Now, since Malawi’s population is 70+% of the population church people, DPP knows that if it can convince church people that Chakwera is bad, it will manage to win the elections without any need of rigging.

What DPP is not aware is that the nation is not happy with the way it is conducting its business and as such, most of what Chakwera challenges it about corruption is what’s in people’s mind. Instead of aiming at destroying Chakwera and the opposition, DPP should just wake up and smell a rat, that their time of deceiving the citizenry is over.

It’s about time Mutharika and DPP realised that they are robbing Malawians production by stealing from government coffers. It is gone down in history for the first time that Malawi under one of the most educated in Africa is the poorest country in the universe in spite of being surrounded by countries which are prospering in the likes of Zambia, Mozambique and Tanzania.

This is the country which has recently been hit by government sponsored corruption baptised with the name ‘cashgate’ under the watch of former president Joyce Banda, although Malawians are yet to establish if at all the former president played any part in cashgate activities.

The big question remains, Will Malawi really come out of the dire poverty doldrums created by the DPP government corrupt activities? And if it will, what is the targeted estimation of a period?

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