Mulanje South Member of Parliament Elias Bon Kalindo said is ready to be arrested if law-enforcers dare to interfere with the much anticipated naked demonstration set for Thursday in the capital city of Lilongwe.
kalindo is expected to lead the demonstrations against the continued abductions and killings of people with albinism on Thursday 23rd June.
And on Tuesday Kalindo challenged police not to dare to dictate what people should wear on the day, arguing he is ready to face the arm of the law.
The demonstrations which are receiving overwhelming support from the public are expected to start at 7am at Lilongwe Community Centre ground to Parliament Building where a petition will be read and thereafter demonstrators will peacefully demonstrate.
Those interested to participate have been advised to put on red underwear, bras or bikini tops, and those who feel shy are free to wear anything red.
Letters of notification about the demonstrations have already been submitted to the Lilongwe District Council, Lilongwe City Council and Lilongwe Police in compliance with the law.
Kalindo is calling for Parliament to reinstate death sentence which was suspended due to international human rights covenants despite it being enacted in the country’s law.
He argues that those involved in abduction and killing of people with albinism should face death sentence in order to curb the malpractice which has shaken the country.