We know yes that whatever he writes is directed from the former president’s office but to leap that far without evidence and collaboration in this particular case is committing the same crime Nyasa Times committed by publishing and quoting Kampanikiza’s unfounded and malicious rumors repeatedly without collaboration. I respect Kampanikiza but on this one he has crossed the decency line and breached our national security.
As for Nyasa Times and like-minded newspapers who advanced these malicious rumors and exhibited the highest order of irresponsible journalism, owe our president, our country and our people an apology.
I urge NIB to look into these serious issues of national security and hold folks accountable. These shenanigans and lawlessness must end. Malawi is a country of laws. It’s time the public demand accountability from those who demand accountability from the government and administration in the name of journalism. Welcome back Mr. President. Don’t be discouraged. Keep working hard in your effort to change lives in Malawi for the better by meeting one CEO at a time and wherever as long as it takes. (Foster F. Fundi)