Dear judge Mbadwa,
Hearty congratulations to the eminent men and women, friends and acquaintances who have deservedly joined your bench. My lord, Felicitations, too, to the four comrades of character who have been elevated to become justices of appeal in Nyasaland.
The characters of the four speak for themselves and I can register my long-held admiration for the manner they handled themselves in cases that went through their hands. Of course, the epic presidential election case just confirmed that we still have some judges of integrity around we can look up to shame the corrupt.
My lord I don’t want to publically celebrate friends, peers and colleagues who have joined you on the bench lest people misconstrue my connections as a new form of judge shopping in view of the case that I want to bring to the court.
My lord, the Mulibwanji K4 billion compensation is a case that will forever haunt prominent legal minds that played a role in awarding such a whopping sum no matter the kind of justification.
My lord, I hope you allowed my digression because I don’t want to talk any further on the case to avoid attracting your wrath as it might be matter sub judice.
Having said that though, most of the weird legal advice and action during the unforgotten reign of Mapuya speak volume about the kind of leadership Nyasaland had.
It was kind of strange, therefore, to hear Mapuya pretending to talk sense during his interface with journalists as if he was not responsible for the mess we are currently in.
I don’t believe the theory that one’s judgement is clouded once they sit on the throne. It is just their true character manifests itself once they start exercising authority.
The People’s Demagogic Party (PDP) and Mapuya brought this country to a new low of mediocrity and the terror they perpetuated.
My lord, how can I easily forget the cabal that believes judges can be auctioned to the highest bidder as witnessed by the attempted bribe of the constitutional court judges?
My lord, I thought it was too early for Mapuya to be pontificating about his so-called piety before the dust of his misrule has finally settled down.
Well, I hinted about the case I want to bring to your tribunal at the beginning of this letter. Now that we have hired new judges, my lord, I intend to apply for the sacking of public servants who, in any form, aided the PDP regime to perpetuate its sectarian rule.
These people are holding important government positions and have all of sudden changed their narrative, praising Lazaro and Sauli all the way. It is these people that I recommend they be fired and be compensated forthwith regardless of the amount.
Can we afford the compensations? Why not? This is the same government that gave Mulibwanji K4 billion for operating business in a country in a whose people enjoy freedom of protest. There is a price one pays for removing a leech and it is not usually pain free.
My Lord, taxpayers will foot the cost because mediocrity is not cheap as the rubble has to be cleared.
Expect my application soon.