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    Honourable Gondwe should not resign at all. He should stay in his position to pay for his sins. He should face public insults through public court of law. MCP, UDF, DPP, PP and then DPP have created a nation of delinquents with its youth no better than street beggars. They have created a nation that vote in and tolerates useless political leaders who are incapable of delivering basic services to its people. They have collapsed education sector to a point where it is no longer relevant in today’s and tomorrow’s digital world. The health sector is no longer providing for the desperate poor people with children dying right in hospitals due to lack of drugs and equipment. You have created a nation whose daily sports is to castigating its own political leaders, even in the midst of visible small positive changes. No matter how hard you try to make things better they won’t listen or acknowledge it. However, we would like political leaders to face the music they composed from 1994. You made the bed, over the last 20 years, you better sleep on it. We will vote you back again so that the ordinary people can continue castigating you, demean you, belittle you and chastise you; until you stress 24 a day. You will feel no peace as you continue to face barrages of criticisms from your own people, arising from sins political parties/leaders committed from 1994. One of the parties will win with probably by 15% votes, next year May. I must say, it will be a nightmare to rule in those circumstances but it will be a small price to pay for the damage you have caused to an entire generation. Lifestyle ailments will be the order of the day for those who are in power (high blood pressure, diabetes, hypertension, cancer etc). With that we will put you back in power so that you can face the music you composed over the two decades. So, Honourable Gondwe please don’t resign. You’ll be our daily sport until such time when we say so as electorate. In fact we will vote you back in come May 2019.

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