HRDC back with Demos, to force Mutharika out of office

Malawi’s Human rights organization HRDC is set to hold national-wide demonstrations from Wednesday to Friday this week forcing President Prof. Arthur Peter Muthalika to walk out from office.

Speaking during a media briefing in Lilongwe on sunday HRDC Chairperson Gift Trapence told journalists that they have planned a three – million protests for to demand the resignation of MEC chief election officer Sam Alufandika and also for Muthalika to resign due to his unprofessional leadership as a state president.

HRDC officials at the Presser

HRDC have been at the forefront of demonstrations in which they were demanding the resignation of former MEC chaiR Jane Ansah.

HRDC officials said President Muthalika’s recorded State of National Address ( SONA) that was played in the parliament last Friday clearly revealed that he has failed to administrate the country.

Trapense also assured Malawians that President seat will be vacant by June 3 if MEC fails to conduct the elections.

The protests ate scheduled to take place in Mzuzu, Lilongwe and Blantyre.