Refrain From Blame Game in Corruption Fight - FND
Forum for National Development (FND) has urged people in the country to desist from regarding one particular section of the society as being orchestrators of corruption, saying the corruption fight requires unison approach to be won.
His remarks come amid recent involvement of some Malawians of Asian origin in some corruption scandals.
However, speaking during an interview with Zodiak, Chairperson for the Human Rights grouping, Bright Kampaundi said the recent involvement of some Malawians of Asian origins in some corruption scandals, should not be viewed as if it is only one section which is orchestrating corruption in the country.
Kampaundi urged people in the country to treat the recent cases of corruption scandals by some members of the Asian community as isolated examples and never allow it to overcrowd the corruption fight.
"Let us as a nation continue to fight corruption as one front. If we begin to blame one section of the society as being orchestrators of the vice, we will definitely lose the fight,” said Kampaundi.
However, social commentator, Wonderful Mkhutche, says it is high time government and all other stakeholders found a long-lasting solution to end racial prejudice which he said has been haunting the society for ages.
Some Malawians of Asian origins have been embroiled in high-profile corruption cases recently, the matters which are since in the country's courts.