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Maenga warn Monitors not to receive food

By: Vincent Gunde

The Malawi Engagement Group ( MAENGA), defenders of the future Malawi Foundation, has appealed to all those representing main opposition party monitors to be vigilant by not receiving anything or any other form of physical contacts.

The appeal is contained in a statement signed by Saunders Jumah, the Utopian.

The statement is coming after an alleged technological plans by the DPP to rig and tamper national elections, tomorrow, have failed and resorted to acquiring sleeping drugs.

The Utopian Philosophy has it on record and have unveiled this evil plan alleging that the sleeping drugs will be mixed in food, drinks, water and applied as hand lotion so that they either give or hand shake monitors and presiding officers who refused khaki envelops.

The group describes the elections as the only resurrection votes that must save, defend and rescue Malawi from plunder of public resources, selfishness, destruction and theft of people in suits.

It is calling upon all registered voters not to allow another five years of suffering, tribalism and backward and not to condone any bad boys at the State House.

The group is urging monitors and presiding officers to bring own food from home and make sure no eyes blink at the disposal of the voting hours till closing time saying the trick is on the movement of the ballot boxes from voting booth to the counting table.

It sees a new Malawi of hope coming, appealing to all registered voters to be alert inorder to see Malawi with a modern airport at Kamuzu International Airport, no prison walls and a new Malawi with a_ two digit debased banknotes with a warning of not letting thieves steal their victory.

The group expressed hope that on 23rd May, a new Malawi is born, with patriotism and nationalist policies guided by Utopianism which is Realism from Idealism.

Malawi Freedom Network
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