WATCH: Malawi President Escapes From Palace Following Threats From The Army

Malawi President, Peter Mutharika, has reportedly escaped from Kamudzu Palace using private and unofficial convoy following threats from Malawi Defence Forces (MDF). Malawi News and Education Update posted on Facebook suggesting that Malawi Defense Force Soldiers wanted to detain Mutharika at Kamudzu Palace and force him to resign.

Mutharika is being accused of manipulating the election results in which he emerged the winner. The call for Mutharika’s resignation is believed to have intensified following his State of The Nation (SON) address when he was officially opening the 4th session of the Parliament. During the address, Mutharika was jeered by opposition Parliamentarians who refused to be calmed down.

Mutharika is said to have escaped after being tipped off by former Commander of MDF Spoon Phiri that the MDF intended to arrest him. the mission. Reports suggest that Munthalika and the first Lady left Lilongwe to the Eastern Region where they are staying at a private residence.

In the video below, the citizenry is marching in the streets calling for Mutharika’s arrest.

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9 comments on “WATCH: Malawi President Escapes From Palace Following Threats From The Army

  1. Rigged elections in Africa especially by the revolutionaries/ independence parties have always proved a scathing scourge not by any measure comparable to colonialism, they have literally reverted African states to the medieval phase if not the primitive.

  2. Zimbabwean Elections were rigged and we hear that tainted Zimbabwean character had his finger prints all over Malawi Elections, former fugitive police chief Augustine Chiwuri. It is not suprising that the Malawi Elections were also rigged by the monsters from Zimbabwe. The Malawi Defence Forces must arrest Chiwuri as well.

  3. Unprecised news ,earlier before election you published on social medias that he is dead now he has escaped from palace.

    You think who would save chakwera and the rest forever. Eyes are watching though far across the see.Our ears and eyes are there.

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