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Mr Gwanda Chakuamba (2003)

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Monday, May 26, 2008

In view of our readership's wishes to comment on Muluzi's arrest

By now it is common knowledge that Bakili Muluzi has been arrested.
However, it is not big news for us yet. People are arrested everyday
and Bakili Muluzi just happens to be one of them.

What will be
of interest to us of course will be what follows, when the evidence is
brought to the courts and a judgement is made. This should also be the
focus of those Malawians interested in Muluzi's arrests in general
whether for treason or corruption.

It is also important to realize
that Bakili Muluzi has not been tried or sentenced yet therefore no
need for the drama seen in some quarters. With the amount of cases he
is yet to answer there is no doubt more arrests are yet to come and
those who support him need to just relax and let the law take its course.

have utmost respect and confidence in the security forces of the
country and believe they will provide the nation with the relevant
evidence to support their actions. We should give them the benefit of
the doubt.

Until then, let the law enforcers do their job and allow the judicial system determine Bakili Muluzi's predicament. We feel
Malawi has too many problems for us to be focused on things not
important to national progression like this one.

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