DPP Condemns Acts Of Violence At Gonapamuhanya Cultural Event: “Malawians Rejected MCP’s Terror Rule In 1993”

61 Responses to "DPP Condemns Acts Of Violence At Gonapamuhanya Cultural Event: “Malawians Rejected MCP’s Terror Rule In 1993”"

  1. Rashid Assan   October 2, 2017 at 7:12 pm

    Tatopa ndi kulamulidwa ndi ma foreigner.

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  2. Thom Banda   October 3, 2017 at 4:31 am

    It seemz pple of DDp they dont knaw poltics, tabweran apa ndikuphunzisen zopusa zomwe muku pang we looz hope in u mwatikwana u foolz if u continual I will treat u very soon open ur ayez

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  3. Oscar Majomeka   October 3, 2017 at 10:42 am

    I’m not for the left or right, but 4what is right over the wrong. I’m not an elephant or a donkey, but a lion that stands only with truth and my conscience…DPP’S you have gone too far to demolish this humble MCP,but you will end up losing trust in malawians I don’t want to be somebody’s backup please don’t divide malawi. There’s nothing which I dread so much than dividing one nation into multiple groups

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  4. Rodrick Makwati   October 3, 2017 at 3:26 pm

    Foolish to the surpoters what have gain after this enjery aini ake ali pheee zawo zikuyenda. Malawi wake up!!!!.Why every envate chipani chimalowapo.We should learn to differentiate occasions.

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  5. Rodrick Makwati   October 3, 2017 at 3:29 pm

    Its like Bullets and Noma the Malawi’s rivals

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