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Peter Mutharika hits at critics

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By Audrey Kapalamula:

President Peter Mutharika Tuesday hit at some people for faking his illness and death when he postponed whistle-stop tours scheduled for Salima and Dedza on May 12 2019.

Announcing the cancellation, Chief Secretary to the Government, Lloyd Muhara, then said Mutharika had urgent matters to attend to.

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During whistle-stop tours he conducted at Kamuzu Road in Salima Tuesday, Mutharika wondered whether the people present at the rallies were seeing a dead body at the podium.

“…As you can see, I am alright. Do you see a dead body? Am I dead? They will be the ones dying on May 21. They will be sent to a graveyard because they will die,” he said.

Mutharika made similar remarks at Ngodzi in the same district, where he also addressed Democratic Progressive Party supporters.

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He accused some opposition party officials of sabotaging his social and development programmes such as Malata Subsidy and Farm Input Subsidy.

“What they know is to castigate, but I don’t care. I will not respond to them. You will respond on my behalf on May 21. You should never allow them to govern this country again,” he said.

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