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NORTHERN REGION MCP DISOWNS MBC IMPOSTERS, TO TAKE MBC TO COURT

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Tired of politics of odd by the governing DPP, the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has said the young lads impersonating MCP youth and denting the party’s leadership will be taken to court together with MBC for their criminal conducts.

MCP Youth, National Deputy Director, Bernard Mtawali said that MCP is disappointed with MBC for facilitating a criminal act made by some individuals impersonating MCP youth officials.

“Our plea is for media houses especially MBC TV to do due diligence before interviewing anyone posing as one of our members.

“We disown the imposters who were masquerading as MCP youth on 6 March 2017 on MBC tv.

“MCP youth does not condone violence and fully supports Dr Lazarus Chakwera. (Quoting section 38 of Malawi constitution “anyone has the right to assemble, to demonstrate with others peacefully and unnamed.)

“The venue where the imposters used being Silvergrey Lodge that as a party we will seriously look into taking legal action.

“These are just antics aimed at diverting the attention of the public from failure of gov’t,” he said.

Speaking on the same MCP regional deputy chairperson in the southern region, Gracious Soko said that MCP is a party that respects the youth and believes they play a big role in development.

“MCP youth are peace loving, unified and disciplined. MCP doesn’t believe in using the youth to incite, provoke and do unlawful acts against other parties,” he said.

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