By; Vincent Gunde
Muvi wa Chilungamo has asked the Malawi Government to revisit, review and amend all of its Republican Laws so that the resources be in the hands of Malawians as owners of the land.
Muvi wa Chilungamo has observed with a great concern that all the prime land in Malawi are in the hands of foreign nationals, saying this development has left Malawians who are owners of the land with no land and are slaves in their own country.
The organization is urging the Government of Malawi to get back all of its land regardless of who sold it, how and the political party concerned as long as that land is for Malawi, hence no need for Malawi to lose an inch of its land to the foreign nationals.
Its Commander in Chief, Bantu Saunders Jumah the Utopian, expressed a concern that the UDF and DPP governments gave and sold 100 percent land to foreign nationals while they were supposed to give out only 10 percent, saying this development has made Malawians to be poor in their own country as the financial resources are being controlled by the outsiders.
Jumah asked the new Tonse Government to adopt a policy that no foreigner must own land in Malawi observing that in other countries a foreigner cannot be given land and Malawi has done that out of having dull laws.
He said time has now come that those foreign nationals who acquired land from the UDF and DPP to go back to claim from these two thieving parties, Tonse Government must make sure that Malawians have their land back for the generation to come and not for yesterday.
……..’’Malawian laws are so dull, the UDF and DPP must have taken advantage over this to sale the land to the foreign nationals; the Indians, Chinese, Burundians and Nigerians, revisit, review and amend the laws and get back what it belongs to Malawi,’’….said Jumah.
On the two State House zebras which are with the former President, Prof. Peter Mutharika at Namiyasi in Mangochi, Jumah is again blaming the laws for being too cheap and relaxed when it comes to those people who are in government saying Malawi is a Republic not for Dr. Bakili Muluzi, late Prof. Bingu wa Mutharika, Prof. Peter Mutharika and Dr. chakwera, all these are servants employed by Malawians, urging the Malawi Police to get back the Zebras back to the State House.
Jumah has also asked the Tonse Government to restructure all of its governance institutions, particularly, education system from 1994, for Parliament to adopt two official language, Chichewa and English, worried with the broken English by some Law makers saying Malawians do not want to be laughed or ashamed by the international community for bad English in Parliament.