Dear judge Mbadwa,
My venerated judge, I am aware that Covid-19 cases are spiralling in the country and it will be foolish for anyone at this stage to bring a case that might attract some crowd at your court. We just have to exercise extreme caution, lest the pandemic gets out of hand.
By the way, why has the team that labelled the recent tippex-free fresh presidential election the most fraudulent poll not filed applications to your court to annul the results?
Perhaps their legal teams are busy collecting evidence that would tell all and sundry that John Answer was the best thing that has ever happened in the country.
But we know, My Lord, a thing or two about sour grapes and why some would want to be sulking their way out into political retirement.
At least we have had a glimpse of the character that was hidden in some people who are now busy grumbling against an injustice that is neither here nor there.
The case of Mapuya’s running mate, Given, and how he has refused to accept that he is an inconsequential political figure whose acting big is such a waste of time, is something that should teach pampered boys a lesson.
It’s high time, My Lord, that reality sunk into Given that Nyasaland has moved on from the fresh presidential election and the citizens are already looking at righting the wrongs of the past regime.
You don’t rush to saddle a sick donkey and, that, My Lord, should explain my endorsement of the recent stocktaking being undertaken by the Lazaro and Sauli regime.
But from what we have observed in a week that Lazaro and Sauli took the reins of power, the rot and the filth that the two inherited demonstrate that Mapuya and his People’s Demagogic Party (PDP) were some cartel that was so concerned about how to make quick money in unorthodox ways.
My Lord, I want this government to start on a clean slate so that it should not have any excuse for not meeting the people’s expectations.
I don’t think taking people to account for their actions during the regime of Mapuya amounts to political persecution.
My Lord, Nyasaland has reached a crossroads and cannot go back the same path of impunity and recklessness; hence, the need to cure the system of the virus that had led to both political and socio-economic gangrene that has permeated the fabric of the nation.
My Lord, let the C-T Scans of integrity that the new government has employed examine the aptness of those who have been entrusted to run the affairs of this country on behalf of the citizens.
I wish you well, My Lord, as you wait to hear cases of those who plundered and reaped where they did not sow.