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Karua's Strong Message to Malawians After Opposition Leader Beats Incumbent President in Their General Elections

Peter-420 06/25/2020

In Just concluded election in Malawi, the opposition leader Chakwera has been elected the new leader after thrashing the Malawian incumbent Peter Mutharika. The election was held after the Malawian election last year was declared null and void.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The Iron Lady better known as Martha Karua has now joined other leaders to congratulate Chakwera for his triumph against the Malawian incumbent president. In African countries, it is not easy for the opposition to defeat the incumbents. This is the reason why Chakwera has been in the mouth of many people.

"Congrats to the people of Malawi & This should reinvigorate &remind us that it can be done! Aluta continua!" Martha Karua posted in her Twitter account.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The message by Martha Karua is so powerful reminding Africans that anything can be done. Africa has been known for election multi-practices which has led to many wars among many African countries. The best part is that the Malawi Incumbent president has already conceded defeat.

“I also take a moment to congratulate Dr. Lazarus Chakwera, Dr. Saulos Chilima, and the entire Tonse Alliance for the victory. You fought well and it has paid off,” Peter Mutharika wrote.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Martha Karua's message seemed to convey a valid point that Africa is currently undergoing a revolution, that there must be no wars after a general election. The message also seemed to send a message to the incumbents telling them that if they don't do what is right they can be send packing.

Source: opera.com
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Top Comments
AfuneBii · 06/25/2020
Shut up lady! Kibaki had conceded and ready to handover in 2007 but YOU prevailed on him to be sworn in at night. Do you remember what your actions cost the country?
Sammytall · 06/25/2020
Ms karua you are not supposed to comment here!you and kibaki you rigged in 2007
The judiciary in Africa is waking up to the reality of being powerful.Kenya,then Malawi.
Malawians have gone a step farther than Kenyans.

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