Human Right Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has threatened Tonse administration that they will mobilize Malawians to go to the streets if the promises made during the campaign period are not fulfilled.
The warning shots have been made in a press statement seen by this publication signed by the Coalitionâ€™s chairperson Gift Trapence and Luke Tembo, the Nation Coordinator for HRDC.
The Coalition, reminded Tonse Alliance leadership which is headed by President Lazarus Chakwera and His vice Saulos Chilima that they were voted into power because of the promises they made to people of this country.
Eight months down the line, Malawians cannot tell what the Tonse administration has done so far in honoring their manifesto, according to HRDC this has left Malawians heartbroken.
“You promised 1 million jobs for the youth, 75 billion loan for the youth and women, free water and electricity connections, Mega farms in every district, fighting corruption among others but up to now nothing is being done,” Reads part of the statement.
HRDC has also called on president Chakwera and his alliance leaders to hold a joint press conference to address Malawians on the state of affairs and how they will implement their manifesto.
The rights defenders group has openly informed president Chakwera that Malawians are losing trust in his administration unless they see genuine change.
HRDC came to limelight during the Peter Mutharika led administration when they openly told him that he connived with Malawi Electoral Commission to twist the results of the 21 May 2019 general election an allegation Mutharika dismissed but after the court battle HRDC was vindicated.
The group organized massive protests across the country demanding the head of Mutharika, a move they achieved.
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