Malawians camp at Chakwera’s facebook page, blocks him from attending Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

Written by Fredo

*MALAWI*
Some disgruntled Malawians have camped at the official facebook page of President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera asking him not to attend the funeral ceremony of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (UK).

Queen Elizabeth died on Thursday at the age of 96 and her death has attracted condolonces from across the world.

President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera has also registered his shock over the death of the UK leader.

But instead of Malawians join him in paying tributes,³ some have opted to block him from attending the funeral, saying the country is in crisis.

Paul Bonda wrote: “Basi zithele pompo! Sizotengana kamudzi, kugawana ma allowance mumvekele mupita kumaliro. Money imeneyo tilibe.”

Another Malawian identified as Vukiwe Thukuta Harawa: “Ngakhale program ya maliro siyinadziwike inu mukachoka Ku UNGA mukhala mutakwanisa 3 foreign trips. Uku kuzangopita ambassador basi akakuyimileni.”

On his part Dennis Chabala wrote: “When our African heroes die, their deaths are ignored, but when these people die, all our leaders join to mourn and send condolences to please them, we are still colonized.”

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