Madam President, you are inheriting this country at a time when we are at the lowest point socially, economically and politically. Our relations with the outside world are not the best, our relations within the nation are soured by tribalism, the economy is mauled by absence of radical changes on the supply side, poor donor relations and deteriorating human rights situation. These for sure should be the very first tasks leaders should consider addressing to put the nation on a right track while seeing that we get moving forward. For example repealing the less savvy press freedom law, etc would easily have our relations with the USA and UK back whereas avoiding politics of tribe, exclusion and destruction would bring Malawians together. Forming an inclusive government, making inclusive appointments, talking non-partisan, non-tribal etc would be pertinent.
Should the leaders ignore this and decide to rule unjustly and without inclusion, as a tribal leader or something, the people of Malawi will not be on your side when it will matter most. Nevertheless, should the leaders decide to be such a good and eminent leader as I think JB can, of course the rewards will be numerous!
Good Luck Madam President. I know you have loads of work to do before stuff can normalise.
Face Of Malawi
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