A whistle-blower’s account: The Murder of Issa Njauju

Advisory:  Wise One from the East, like you, has unanswered questions about the gruesome murder of Issa Njauju who at the time of his death was Malawi Anti–Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director of Corporate Affairs. Wise One from the East, like you, has it on good authority that under the current regime, the murderers of Issa Njauju will never be apprehended. Wise One from the East’s … Continue reading A whistle-blower’s account: The Murder of Issa Njauju

Malawi Cashgate: cloaks and daggers, innuendos and smokescreens, all in the mix

“His [Lutepo’s] declaration statement raises the issues of political party financing, this is a good governance issue. From the evidence provided we have also known that People’s Party gave K11 million to one of the Malawi Congress Party [MCP] presidential candidates to disturb MCP election and convention and influence the outcome.” – Mrs Kachale, Director of Public Prosecutions. She fell short of naming the MCP … Continue reading Malawi Cashgate: cloaks and daggers, innuendos and smokescreens, all in the mix

Chibok Girls: Government Knew Of Planned Boko Haram Kidnapping But Failed To Act – AI

My heart bleeding from the suffering of the many fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, relatives and friends of the abducted girls in Nigeria, I want to join Amnesty International in condemning, in the strongest terms, the typical African government’s reaction to danger signs, when lives of ordinary people are involved. Going by what Amnesty International says, the officials in Nigeria were warned beforehand. They could have, … Continue reading Chibok Girls: Government Knew Of Planned Boko Haram Kidnapping But Failed To Act – AI