Tuesday, April 16

Chakwera Accept Failure And Step Down.

Pressure is mounting on President Lazarus Chakwera to provide solutions to challenges facing the Nation or accept failure and step down.

The fresh call from Center for Democracy and Economic Development Initiative – CDEDI comes barely a day after HRDC made similar call to Chakwera following fuel shortage, forex shortage and the blackouts that have hit the country.

Speaking at a Press briefing, CDEDI’s Executive Director Sylvester Namiwa appealed to Public Affairs Committee – PAC to call for an all-inclusive stakeholders meeting to rescue the country from further damage.

“Our fear is that leaving the current situation unchecked will lead to loss of millions of lives of vulnerable and marginalized citizens due to starvation.It is disheartening to note that as electricity, fuel and forex woes are forcing the economy to its knees, the President and his lieutenants are busy peddling flimsy excuses in a futile attempt to cover up their cluelessness.” Said Namiwa.

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