By: Chikondi Magalasi
In what can only be called a catastrophic loss to Malawi as a nation, Thyolo and Mulanje have finally separated from the nation of Malawi, according to PLO Leader Vincent Wandale.
Responding to a press release from the Ministry of Information and Civic Education last week, Peoples Land Organisation leader, Vincent Wandale, has finally declared both districts are now a separate nation.
He claims that what Patricia Kaliati and the rest of the staff at the Ministry of Information have reported is only designed to confuse the matter, as they are aware of the situation.
“What the Ministry said is only to compromise the matter, they know that the solution for this matter is a referendum,” said Wandale.
Wandale further confirmed to The Malawi Star that the United States of Thyolo and Mulanje has already formed its own constitution which is now available.
He said their constitution is completely different from that of the Nation of Malawi, and that it states that the leader of the newly formed country will be chosen through the Supreme Council, hence he denied being referred to as President of the new nation.
“We have a Constitution which is different from others and you can send me your email address so that I can forward it to you,” challenged Wandale.
The PLO torch bearer insisted and challenged that their Country is the richest in the whole continent of Africa, as it generates approximately the same revenue in one month as the rest of Malawi does in an entire year.
“When we say Malawi then is Thyolo and Mulanje where there are tea Estates. We can say that we are the only richest Country as we make about US$4 billion per month which is a total budget of Malawi,” explained Wandale.
He added that very shortly criminal cases will commence against the tea estate owners in order to find out how they acquired the land which they are now using to grow their tea.
“Yes very shortly we will meet to choose our Chief Justice who will preside over the charges which will be levelled against these thieves, ” added Wandale.
Stay with The Malawi Star as we continue to report on this developing story.