Former Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) chairperson Jane Ansah has said she feels victimized and threatened after she was stopped from exiting the country.
Yesterday, Ansah was stopped by immigration officers’ at Mchinji boarder as she was travelling to Zambia on her way to United Kingdom.
According to the immigration officers, they needed a clearance to let Ansah out of the country.
In her remarks, Ansah alleged that she was stopped by police officers at Namitete roadblock on ”orders from above” and had to wait for 15 minutes before she was allowed to proceed.
Ansah also indicated that she was referred from one office to the next to get a travel permit.
She has since said she is not a criminal and is entitled to enjoy freedom of movement just like everybody else.