The Member of Parliament for Rumphi east constituency honorable Kamlepo Kalua has told President Peter Mutharika to step down, and give the country an opportunity to revive its fortunes, saying “nothing is working in Malawi”now.
” Malawi to get its economic revival it needs leadership renewal, there is deteriorating economic conditions, characterised by a biting cash shortage, food price increases, electricity blackout and rising ,Mutharika must step down”kamlepo said
He further accused the President for covering up the alleged theft of K61 billion public money by his late brother president, Bingu wa Mutharika,Kalua also accused the President of protecting suspected seven cabinet ministers allegedly involved in the K236 billion plunder of public money.
Kalua, who said he had come from abroad, said he was angered that the government failed to fund an investigation, ordered by parliament, to find out where the former president Bingu wa Mutharika stashed the K61 billion allegedly stolen from the public purse, and suspected to have been stashed in offshore accounts.
“He will never allow the government to fund such an investigaion, the DPP government sanctions theft of public money, this is why the seven cabinet ministers involved in the K236 billion of public money are still being protected,” said Kalua.
Kalua said the Democratic Progressive Party led government has stolen huge sums of money from Escom, Malawi Revenue Authority, Macra and water boards.