Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has bemoaned that government departments and agencies still have Democratic Progress Party (DPP) loyalists who are sabotaging their work.
MCP Campaign Director Moses Kunkuyu said this on Friday at a rally held at Chirimba Primary School Ground in Blantyre as part of activities marking Kamuzu Day commemorations in the Southern Region.
He said it was high time the system was sanitised.
Kunkuyu cited the National Economic Empowerment Fund (Neef) which, he said, was infested with DPP loyalists who are throwing spanners in the loan disbursement process to disgrace the Tonse Alliance-led administration.
“Change means that people should also see change.
The youth, here in Blantyre and elsewhere, are waiting for loans to start and improve their businesses but some people at Neef are sabotaging that so that the Tonse Alliance should be seen to have failed.
“Ten months down the line, we still have these people because we follow the rule of law. Governance institutions that have been freed to perform their duties without political interference will sweep these people following the due process of the law. You have seen what has happened at Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority,” he said.
Kunkuyu also called for the disbandment of village development committees, saying they needed to have people who share the Tonse Alliance-led administration’s vision for the country.
On Kamuzu legacy, he said the first Head of State laid a strong foundation for the country’s development.