The National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust has cautioned candidates for the May 21 elections against making false and unrealistic promises.
NICE Civic Education Officer in Zomba Albertina Zidana Malawians are tired of mere political rhetoric and all they want is having leaders who are honest and developmental conscious.
Zidana made the remarks on the sidelines of the on-going debates for Members of Parliament (MPs) and Ward councilors in the district.
“A word to the aspirants is that just be true to what you can do because it will lessen burden when you are in power,” Zidana said.
“If you are contesting for councilor, just say things which are in line with position of the councilor likewise with the Member of Parliament seat.”
She added that Malawians are tired of mere political rhetoric and all they want is having leaders who are honest and developmental conscious.
Zidana pleaded to the voters to always be careful and mindful of what the aspirants are saying.
She said people should know that the debates which the organization is conducting in the district are not for entertainment but giving them a chance to make their constituencies or wards to look better than they are right now and the only way is by interacting or knowing what the aspirants have install for them.