Dear judge Mbadwa,
You should have seen Lazaro frothing at the mouth with rage that certain officers in government, who have Mapuya’s DNA, are putting spanners into the works of Tokha Alliance so much that there has hardly been a movement this past four months.
The last straw that broke the camel’s back was the calamitous handling of the Nyasaland School Certificate of Education examinations which leaked like an old tin ravaged by rusting.
That the examining body is headed by a self-confessed cadet and whether sabotage was at play in the whole leakage is not subject of this letter to you, my lord.
And there was the issue of CEOs of parastatals and heads of department still paying homage to a retiree who now spends his days counting the grains of sands on the beaches of Lake Nyasas merely because he hired the undeserving bosses.
To expect these bosses to embrace a new way of doing business when they still make clandestine midnight calls about government business to a hiring authority they still owe allegiance to despite being forcibly retired by fresh presidential elections is madness.
My Lord, why it took that long for Lazaro to come to his senses to face the demons trying to stop his transformation movement is something I am failing to understand.
My Lord, I think it was pointed out times without number that it is an exercise in futility to tame snakes in the hope that they will transform into some form of tilapia or chicken.
The people who were appointed for drowning out their friends in praise and worship of Mapuya cannot know any better way of managing organisations other than that of pandering to the whims of their benefactors.
Lazaro and Sauli need to drain the swamp with speed so that they should secure the harvest of transformation that the country is waiting for.
In this kind of management, you don’t let the tare grow with the wheat as in the biblical parable because the Tokha Alliance has only five years to deliver on the promises they made to the electorate,
The tare which the Mapuya regime left were planted to facilitate smooth delivery of the People’s Demagogic Party agenda, which is to plunder the State coffers for the benefit of few; hence, do not fit anywhere in the agenda the alliance is advancing.
My lord, how do you expect people who were responsible for the nauseating piece of work of art that cost taxpayers K30 million to think proactively and embrace change?
I had to write you, my lord to inform your venerated court to speedily handle cases of compensation that will result from the purging of the PDP cadets in government because Lazaro has realised that democracy is costly, but allowing the enemy to call the shots would even be an expensive endeavour that will get him nowhere. Billions, I understand have been set aside to get rid of vestiges of the Mapuya regime.
My lord, I know most of the compensations the CEOs, other deadwood heads of department and their errand boys will get will be used to pay lawyers’ fees since most of them will also be answering various charges in the court of the law for abuse of office.
The purge of the cadets is what it really means to drain the swamp to secure the harvest. See you in court soon.