Political party leaders in Malawi have been advised not to misuse the youth, they are agents of change not of destruction and violence, they are the future and the future can be used wrongly.
Youth have been taking a key role in the HRDCs demonstrations and protests demanding electoral justice hence the youth are the future and the future are the youth.
Daudi Sulemani, Miriam Gwalidi, Antony Bendulo, Timothy Mtambo, Gift Trapence with a combination of the olds, Mr. Modechai Msiska, Dr. Chikosa Silungwe, have managed courageously to bail out Malawi from its destruction shaping the future of Malawi to be born after 23rd June, 2020 Fresh Presidential Election( FPE).
This is contained in a public lecture on citizen campaign by Saunders Jumah, the Utopian.
In the lecture, Jumah, the Utopian, is advising political parties to elect leaders that is within the youth and matured saying this type of combination brings positive change to the development of an area, community and the country as a whole.
Jumah, the Utopian, faulted president Peter Mutharika for clinging to power at 82 years after he himself has sung the song of empowering youth with leadership for years and is not leaving that to the youth while former president, madam Dr. Joyce Banda is advocating for youth leadership, younger as the age of Mutharika.
“The youth are the future, the future are the youth, and it’s not meaningful in the eyes of Mutharika. Mutharika is 82 what about Atupele, he will be dictated on what to do. Chakwera is 67 and Chilima 47, this is within the youth and maturity, no one has the power to dictate each other,” reads part of the public lecture.
Jumah, is advising Malawi of the Utopian philosophy to deny to be used the way DPP is using them as tools of destruction, violence and killings of innocent persons saying they are the usable and friendly resources to the future of Malawi to be meaningful.
He lamented that Malawi at 56 years of independence has not broken the record from the poor to prosperity, it is still the poorest and hungry nation in Africa despite having four lakes and precious minerals.
The Utopian says it’s not Malawi which is poor but politicians have their heads having diseases of lacking knowledge, advising them to stop promising unusual promises.