January 17 protests still on as Mdoka confesses meeting ruling PP

From Face of Malawi Wed Jan 16 2013, 03:14:32

Consumer rights activist John Kapito, the man behind the planned January 17 2013 demonstrations in Malawi, said on Monday an opportunity for dialogue with government closed after expiry of the consumers' 14-day ultimatum. Kapito, who is executive director of the Consumers Association of Malawi (Cama), told journalists in Blantyre that even if government were to [...]

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