Speaking at the function UTM president Saulos Claus Chilima, claimed that there are heinous plans by State House aimed at accessing phone conversations of some individuals.
Chilima alleged that he has¬†intercepted a letter in which State House wrote Telecommunication companies to request VPN access.
Chilima and Chakwera show off the deal. Photos: UTM Twitter
Chilima then warned to expose the plans by leaking the letter to the media.
“If you refute this I will leak to the media,” he¬†said, adding,¬†VPN has nothing to do with State House.
Chilima insisted that spying on Malawians was evil.
But when contacted State House press secretary who is also President Peter Mutharika’s spokesperson, Mgeme Kalilani described the allegations as unfounded.
Kalilani: Allegations unfounded
He said he was not aware of what Chilima was alleging.
“Its news to us here we are not aware of what even VPN is all about,” said Kalilani.
Chilima and Chakwera make their way to the podium
MCP and UTM were joined by¬† People’s Party, Freedom Party, Umodzi Party, Mafunde and Aford in signing the electoral alliance.
The ceremony was preceded by a joint parade from the Civo¬†stadium to the venue where¬†Chakwera and Chilima put pen to paper.
Centre For The Future ( CFF) and its justice branch, Muvi wa Chilungamo,¬†endorsed the¬†alliance saying it will bring¬†liberation of Malawi.
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