As debate continues on whether to abolish anti-gay in the country or not, Opposition People’s Party (PP) Spokesperson Ken Msonda has ordered the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regime not to be merciful on people practicing homosexual, saying killing them it’s the only way to go.
Msonda who is also PP administrative secretary said this in a statement posted on his official Facebook page seen by FaceofMalawi reporter.
In his statement, Msonda urged the DPP administration under President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika to come out open on the matter.
“Gays and lesbians (I have no apology to make, no regrets – it is my Constitutional right – freedom of expression and opinion); these people are worse than dogs, worse than their father the devil and have no room in our country.
“It is very unfortunate that as a nation we can stoop so low and parade these devils in our newspapers and tv stations as if they are heroes; shame on you!
Any nation that supports satanic ideologies is doomed, as a born again Christian I cannot just seat phwiii watching my nation heading towards destruction,” said Msonda.
Msonda also commended religious leaders especially the catholic bishops and Member of Parliament (MP) for Balaka and well-known musician Lucius Banda for speaking against the act.
“Thumbs up to our religious leaders for boldly reminding us political leaders that gays and lesbians have no room in our beloved nation – aid or no aid, special thanks to my fellow foot soldier in politics Hon L. Banda MP for coming out openly and condemn these devils. Soldier count me in for this noble fight,” said Msonda.
In December last year, Minister of Justice Samuel Tembenu revealed that Malawi has imposed a moratorium on anti-homosexual laws pending a decision on whether to repeal the legislation.
Tembenu said a review of all colonial-area sodomy laws would be launched in consultation with the people of Malawi, and ordered the release of two men who were arrested charged with having sex against the order of nature; in Lilongwe.