Malawi Shut-Down Plot Backfire As Court Stop Demos

The High Court in Blantyre has granted the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) an injunction restraining the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) from conducting vigils at the country’s borders and airports in the name of demostrations.

Three organisations namely MRA, NOCMA and Airport Development Limited (ADL) applied to the court to have the demostrations organised by evil minded HRDC chairperson Timothy Mtambo and his political bed fellows Saulosi Chilima and Lazarus Chakwera stopped for fear of destroying public and private property as it has been the case.

The organisations argued that the demonstrations would paralyze their normal operations through the scarcity of fuel and other valuable imports and exports as well as give a leeway to illegal immigrants to flood the country.

Judge Jack Nriva gave the relief to the organizations that were represented by Counsel Lusungu Gondwe, Counsel Felix Tambulasi and Counsel Idriss Kassim.

The injunction means the planned demostrations will not take place as per announced.

On Tuesday president Peter Mutharika ordered Malawi Defence Force (MDF) and the Malawi Police Service (MPS) stop the demonstrations and the injunction has been granted on premises of compromising country’s security and revenue collection.

Meanwhile, there is panic in the HRDC camp as it is said that the organizers have already pocketed huge sums of money from other politicians like Alhaj Muhamad Sidik Mia of MCP towards the organizing of the evil demos.

It is not clear if the reason behind the border and airport demos was still aimed at forcing MEC chair Justice Jane Ansah to resign from her position

One Response to "Malawi Shut-Down Plot Backfire As Court Stop Demos"

  1. DD   August 24, 2019 at 5:46 am

    Tiyeni a Malawi tilikonde dziko lathu.
    We have only one Malawi and we MUST safeguard it jealously..

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