DPP under panic following arrests of its members
By Vincent Gunde
DPP Cadets are accusing one another for doing nothing to revenge towards arrests of its senior members as one is asking his fellows to mobilize themselves to stage vigils in police stations to stop the new government from arresting innocent DPP members.
In one of the audio clip circulating on the social media, a DPP cadet is urging fellow cadets to stand up and show solidarity that they will die with the party and its leadership, Prof. Peter Mutharika that they are not happy with the arrests of its members, fearing that these arrests will affect their families to suffer persecutions.
And in another audio clip, a DPP cadet is urging fellow cadets never and ever to stand up against the new government claiming that those who are being arrested deserve to be arrested asking those who have highly benefited with DPP money to rise up and revenge against the new innocent government saying they cannot force themselves to be arrested for the offences committed by some people who enriched themselves at the expense of stupidity of their colleagues who have benefited by clapping hands for everything as diehards DPP supporters.
DPP Publicity Secretary, Hon. Nicholas Dausi MP speaking in one of the local radio stations, accused the MCP of arresting its members on Friday so that they should appear in court on Monday for them to smell Corona virus and die outside.
Hon. Dausi has described the arrests of its members as a style by the Tonse Alliance government aiming at destroying and making sure that DPP die a natural deaths citing the arrests of Blantyre Mthandizi ward councilor, Jomo Osman and Mbilizi of MRA with fears of more arrests coming ahead.
MCP Publicity Secretary, Reverend Maurice Munthali dismissed claims of the MCP taking part in the arrests of DPP members describing it as laughable saying the DPP led government was controlling the Malawi Police Service and the pain is on their side.
Rev. Munthali says it is the wish of Chakwera- Chilima presidency to live the police alone in discharging their duties saying the law is arresting those who offended the country saying time has now come for the DPP to point fingers at itself for destroying the country.
Meanwhile, 12 police officers including former President, Prof. Peter Mutharika’s Bodyguard, Norman Paulosi Chisale’s wife, Evalista, were on Monday charged with murder, denied bail and are being remanded at Maula Prison in Lilongwe, accused of murdering Buleya Lule, a key witness of a murder of person with albinism in Dedza after he told the court that he will reveal names of the suspects behind abductions and killings of persons with albinism.