The Citizen for Transformation Movement (CTF) leader, says his movement has no trust with all commissioners of the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) just as none of the electoral stakeholders has confidence in them.
Speaking to the media on Tuesday CFT Commander in chief, Timothy Mtambo made it clear that it is a pitty that MEC chairperson, Jane Ansah and her commissioners are still clinging to the office despite the court and parliament told them to leave.
Mtambo said there shall always be so many questions than answers if MEC shall repeat what it did during the annulled 2019 presidential election.
“Everyone is aware that the credibility and legality of the Malawi Electoral Commission are very questionable because all the electoral stakeholders have no Hope and trust in them,” Mtambo said.
In a separate incident, the vice president of the United Transformation Movement (UTM) Michael Is has advised the state president Peter Mutharika to consider leaving office on time considering old age and lack of leadership qualities to lead the country.
Usi made these remarks in Mangochi where 100 United Democratic Front (UDF) supporter announced about there defection to UTM
“It my look like impudence, but let the president (Mutharika) go and rest because he has that advanced age and also you are aware that he has poor leadership qualities which cannot take the country anywhere,” Usi said.
Mtambo resigned from the Human Rights Defenders Coalition on 2nd March this year and formed CFT with the primary objective of campaigning for leadership change in the country.