I am writing this post without following any conventional writing style required on a blog. I am writing this post just as a remind to my fellow Malawians that we need not to sympathise with Robert Chasowa. The person was selling Malawians' birth rights to dictators and autocrats.
Only if he was given the MK10 million he demanded, we could never have been made aware of his illegal and unconstitutional undertakings which resulted into his death.
After the failed plot, Chasowa, together with his apprentices, illegally tried to blackmail the same government.
DPP thugs welding machetes to foil demomstrations. Chasowa was joined the agents of the state who devised plans to stop any criticism forged against Muthrika
His role should not be perceived on the basis of an activist who died by the state. His greedy killed him.
Having said that, I urge all those calling for the investigation of Chasowa’s murder to reconsider taking the same calls on everyone who joined Chasowa to illegally cheat Malawians.
Chasowa never shared our painful moments which led to the July 20. He was an agent of the governemnt determined to kill our hard earned democracy.
This implies that Chasowa was also behind the torching down of other people’s houses, markets and offices of activists.It can further be alleged that Chasowa shared these secrets or even formulated some with government officials like the axed I.G (Peter Mukhito) on how to flatten the vigour of those determined to preserve our democracy. But Chasowa did not share in any of these.
Gruesome murder of Robert Chasowa who was an agent of governemnt
tasked to devise strategies to foil democracy
He only wanted to share information which would implicate the same system he served when the relationship turned sour because the Governement could not give him the MK10 million he demanded (or agreed to be given for a dirty job of protting against the country’s sacred constitution). What is activism in that? I don’t see any.
To close this, I ask everyone to call not only for those who murdered Chasowa because they took the law in their hand, but also to take to task everyone who blackmailed Malawians.
Who knows; may be Chasowa and company were among those panga welding people in that DPP pick up prior to the July Demonstrations. May be his efforts then did not materialise as it was on short notice.
All in all, Chasowa’s actions were guided by greed and he was only driven by one thing: To kill Malawians, Malawi's democracy and snatch Malawians of their constitutional rights to satisfy his own ego.
Chasowa was someone who believed in autocracy and dictatorship when a majority of Malawians lost confidence in the system.
My only thoughts are with his mother because it is painful to lose a son.
Other than that, I have no respect for Robert Chasowa, Black Moses and everyone who wanted to invalidate our Constitutional provisions for their personal satisfaction and others who share the same ego have to be taught a lesson by also prosecuting everyone who was an accomplice of Chasowa. What they were doing is tantamount to a Constitutional coup.
All in all, blackmailing and murder are all illegal and no one should be spared. Those who killed Chasowa and those who like Chasowa wanted to revolt against our Constitutional enshrined rights. Like Bingu wa Mutharika, the tyranny who caused pain in the lives of most Malawians, Chasowa needs no sympathy for he raped the supreme law - the Constitution of the Republic of Malawi.
|Like Chasowa, DPP thugs danced when Malawians suffered under the oppressive ledership of Mutharika. They were behind infernos targeted on activists and everyone who opposed Mutharika|