Leader of Malawi Sali Bwino protests Bon Kalindo has said his planned protests against the Malawi Defense Force (MDF) and Malawi Police Service (MPS) are still on.
According to Kalindo, the protests dubbed Kamuzu Barracks and Area 30 Shutdown are on tomorrow, Saturday, January 22, 2022 in the capital Lilongwe.
Kalindo is seeking clarification on why the security agencies in the country gave investigations from United Kingdom access to the country’s military weapons.
According to Kalindo the move is keeping the country’s security at risk.
Initially, Kalindo had given the Malawi Army’s commander Vincent Nundwe, Police Inspector General George Kainja, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Homeland Security Eisenhower Mkaka and Richard Chimwendo Banda respectively 7 days to give an explanation.
However, the reason behind the change of plans is not yet known.
Since he fallout from the Tonse Alliance, Kalindo has been mobilizing Malawians to the street demonstrating against government, accusing it of failing to fulfill campaign promises.
Kalindo is also accusing the Tonse Alliance of practicing massive corruption. And he has also been demanding President Lazarus Chakwera’s resignation.