Economic Recovery Plan:President Joyce Banda Attends Sogecoa Shopping Mall Opening, 20 Ministers Also Present

Malawi president Joyce Banda is today presiding over the opening of Sogecoa Shopping Mall in Lilongwe despite calls from MalawiansJoyce Banda to reduce her participation in unnecessary functions befitting a mere principal secretary or cabinet minister.

Apart from President Banda, about 20 cabinet minsters are also attending the event on top of Chief Secretary Bright Msaka and his team

Millions of taxpayers money are expected to be blown out through allowances and fuel expenses to her office, personal assistants, bodyguards, cabinet ministers and other government officials who are attending the event.

19 Responses to "Economic Recovery Plan:President Joyce Banda Attends Sogecoa Shopping Mall Opening, 20 Ministers Also Present"

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  3. FORMER SEXWORKER  January 21, 2013 at 9:11 am

    Ambujeapali plz we dont have time to read your trash in this page, if you want something just go straight to state and ask you mother fucker what you need, this is apage to berg something from this bitch, i dont blame, but your palents bcoz they did not send you to school, you are like empty tin, your heard is like asewarge where worse reseved, if you dont know what am saying that means every thing in your heard is khak, Idont think kuti mumagwila ntchito amwene, chifukwa tikuva kuwawa kuti ndalama yanthu ya misokho malo moti igwile ntchito yofunikanila, its juist misused by this kind nonses, predient isa arespected person, thats why there is VIP, Ministers + Depty, Mayors, to asist president in daily duties, realy to say the truth she was not suppose to go there, wonders shall never end, soon we gonna see her opning toilet, mnyelo wako chitsilu

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  4. FORMER SEXWORKER  January 21, 2013 at 8:41 am

    Cheep president, muzimukhulukila adapha Bingu miZimu yake ikumubwelela, ndi misala ndithu imeneyi, kenako tiva kuti wavula kumisokhano kwake ko tsakulila mashop ku, 20 minsters + chief secirtary + body gurds and more, how much money did they spend? Is that economical recovery plan? Keni Lipenga is that you are teling this care taker that she must do that to ERP? But its good she must do that, bcoz what I know these pipo they want to destroy this party, remember Joyce dont say pipo did not advise you, all that crew with was with Bingu, and some of them was against you, next year you will see them at the government side, I hope you will not be suprised to see them, bcoz thats how they do

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  5. myfriend  January 21, 2013 at 6:43 am

    Lilongwe has registered an usurge in sales of viagra as PP is known as the best bonking party and actually Joice admitted to the same in Mzuzu. The shopping mall and karonga -chitipa road as some of the items on ERP I am not sure when these were sneeked into the ERP because they were started well before Joice Banda became president and brought her stupid ERP.

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  6. BANDA  January 20, 2013 at 5:30 pm

    Where is Harry Mkandawire coated PATRIOT, an empty headed creature. JB doesn’t know what she is doing. To vote her in the coming elections is a mistake it is as good as voting a chicken to rule us. This type of leadership is good for short-term plans not for long term plans. The country without long term plans is defined dead.

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  7. D-Mal  January 19, 2013 at 9:22 pm

    Ambujeapali views on this blog are deemed to be personal of course so don’t expose much of yo stupidity by over-emphasizing such an obvious point.

    However, it automatically seizes to be a private thing when you post it on Public Domain..!

    Unfortunately, u are too retard to know that u CAN’T reserve private rights on a public forum..

    Galu wosaphunzira iwe ngati nyani/penguin/bakha nzakoyo.. I wonder; kodi mtundu wanuwu aliko amene anaphunzirako bwinobwino? It clearly shows th@ nonse mumangoziwa kusoka ndi kusokedwa basi..

    Shame on u!!!

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  8. Lazalo Brown  January 19, 2013 at 8:35 pm

    Ambujeapali, it is because of that very mentality that JB is going to fail. Just because the president is free to attend any event does not mean that she should!

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  9. Themba  January 19, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    AmbujeApali ndi PP cadet. Smells like phwala losasamba. His comments are always useless.

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  10. Chilli bite  January 19, 2013 at 7:02 pm

    First of all ambujeapali panyapanu palibe msogoleri anasegulilapo golosale pa ziko lapansi, chimanga chatha Wayamba misewu ya fumbi ndi magolosale kenako Ma toilet

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  11. lisa  January 19, 2013 at 1:23 pm

    ambujeali personal view yakoyo is nonsense .i dont blame u but ur tiny brain cells and that small squared head. iyaaaaa
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  12. AMBUJEAPALI  January 19, 2013 at 11:07 am

    My views are personal views so please desist from following up my arguments and concentrate on your observations period. This is a democratic soceity where everyone holds views which are distinct from each other so stop conservative behaviour of personal attacks on this page.

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    • Tinkanena  January 19, 2013 at 10:25 pm

      Democracy is meant for development and so is this social dialogue forum. If your views are viewed by many to be destructive then obviously some of us will not tolerate them unchecked and since it is democracy we have the right to comment on them. Ambujeapali, so it is easy for you to attack others yet you want others to remain silent when you tell us your nasty comments? You have advised us to contest in 2014 and run our own show should we succeed and to you this is not a personal attack? Stop using this forum to avoid criticism and thats the beauty of democracy, tidzikukhwatchani Ambudye mpakana game muithatwa nokha mpando mukufunawo sakupatsani makani ake amenewa

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  13. Robertson  January 19, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Amayi osakhala pansi bwanji? This is a sign that your govt is not stable.Fear of unknown.We dont want a president president oyendayenda ngati anadya thako la gali.nxiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

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  14. Tinkanena  January 19, 2013 at 10:17 am

    This administration continues to display executive arrongance despite being petitioned just two days ago. I can forsee Malawians not being linient come the expiry of 21 day altimatum. The fact that there were no riots in the just ended demos does not imply that Malawians are foolish and can be manipulated willy nilly. They were just practising a watch and wait tactic. Listen to the tax payers as well as the voters today so that come 2014 they too should listen to you madam care taker president! I wonder why people don’t see that executive arrongance has a limit and thats when you go back to the electorate and ask for their favour to give you a nod to assume any office on the land. Start behaving now before it is too late. I like the aMalawi amaiwala msanga syndrome but on January 17 they forgot that demos end up in looting and behaved differently so take care just in case in May 2014 they will behave against your expectations. God save the Queen!!

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  15. kaliyati  January 19, 2013 at 9:38 am

    muhahahahaha,big walk yanu ija yapita,mwayamba kusowa nkhani eti.mxwiiiii

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  16. worried Malawian  January 19, 2013 at 9:02 am

    Yeah well what cane we say. Time has come for change, we need leadership that understands the implications of each and every single one one of their actions. Behaving like this shows that there is a very heavy dose of insecurity within the leadership and that is very dagerous for the country.

    This job is not for every one, there definitely needs to be a level of sophisitcation to do it. common education as well as political education is very necessary and our country needs to start appreciating this.

    Come 2014, when we are voting lets ask ourselves can this person we are voting into office really understand what to do? can they do it? do thye have enough intelligence?do they have adequate intergrity to wade thorugh the rigours and temptation of such high office.?

    I have to say the Joyce Banda regime comes across as the most corrupt and most in efficient one so far! I really hope this is the last time we have to put up with this sort of subsatndard perfornance from a goevrnment!

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  17. AMBUJEAPALI  January 19, 2013 at 8:47 am

    A president can attend any function which he/she deems of national interest. If you are against this, just contest in the impending presidential race in 2014 and practice what you are insinuating.

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    • Tinkanena  January 19, 2013 at 10:30 am

      Ambujeapali, with due respect stop ill advising the HE! Malawians will one day be shocked seeing the HE openeing the biggest toilet in Malawi just because of your ill advice. Some of us travel extensively within Africa and outside you name it. I have never seen or heard anything silly as my leader here in Malawi is doing. May be you do not know that such kind of actions tell the outside world that Malawi can run without a president since the OPC is not a busy entity? Think outside the box when it comes to advising the president. A president is different from a chief or a regional governor. That office is just too distinct and held in high esteem. It needs people who are always ready to face emerging challenges; innovative ones; high integrity; professionals etc etc. If one starts behaving differenlty from this just know that if all African presidents were like that Africa will be worse off than the decades without civilization…tikupanga zopusa ku Malawi by advising our leaders to behave against their terms of reference

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