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to come to teaching next generation to the church or. to simply channels available to people to get in touch. and were determined to build something here for the next generation global india's being barmen series of global 3000 on d w and online database that. this is the news africa coming up in the next 15 minutes the votes are and counting is and the way in my lousy election the people can bounce in droves to choose a new president with no this is a nation hungry for change bold and why it's one of the world's poorest countries. and in congo 8 rock stars reception for moyes has to be used back in the country after 3 years in exile but how significant is the return of joseph kabila as a prominent foe.
and christine when the well come to africa i'm glad your change in the votes are being counted in malawi's general election that is too close to call the winning candidate must gets the most votes cost but is not required to receive more than 50 percent off those votes incumbent president faces stiff competition from he is the vice president. and from the leader of the main opposition party lazarus. now about 70 percent of malawi's population of roughly $20000000.00 people live under $2.00 a day that's according to the international monetary fund we also versus what they expect from the government to come in the next government to improve you know education sake this and we also want. to also want them to empower those those youth that have talents we are seeing young people we need law and order.
i think. but i'm not going to i don't have any children to do what i tried to do different kind of businesses but i was unable to say those businesses because even going to the bank i got to see how. the. government expect our new government to create jobs you know most of what we want to good life. is a country for more on malawi i'd like to bring in political analyst andrew basi he's joining me now from. africa andrew we're talking about malawi that is one of the poorest countries in the world in 2019 going into this election be calling me a jobs as we've heard from people all of the main issues but why is that the case why is this country still one of the poorest in the world. they number 5 does
that make it to be one of the poorest countries i think the 1st one is that. that's been added i should bankruptcy in this country i think when we changed it from when we got our independence i think and then to 64 and we we were under one regime there was progress that was shown but when we embraced it the introduction of the mud but a democracy in london and therefore the leadership that we have since 99 to 4 has not actually given this country. on how we're going to develop on mobile from ready . to do development so the leadership bankruptcy in this country can be blamed for for the poor development about we're experiencing in this country ok so i love science actually but i want to get to the point about the current incumbent president piece in which he he wants a 2nd term how has he fared in his 1st term and does he deserve another. to be honest with you he doesn't deserve another tim i'll be honest with you because his
government has been attended with a quarter since he started his government going to 14 when you read newspapers almost every day in india but i stayed was the corporations that have been a lot of what i've shown must've abuse of resource they probably going to sources and when you look at even a devolvement of this country in terms of the infrastructure of this country we have not actually moved quite as we expected and also read so that that's out there have been missed the most to get is charted with this government ok this is so with that then you've got 2 main contenders challenging would. do many of them perhaps often malawians something then what what's currently on offer. the difference between the 2 frontrunners is that the current one is the vice president of the country he was part of the debate big government and he was part of the debate genda so in other words they took the wire of the main opposition
they've been in the opposition for quite some time although his new on the stage has been a bit over the position but when you look at the 2 they took out you see that maybe the main opposition got something because they have not been interested in terms of their rooting but when you look at the the 3 main contenders you. resisted you if you would choose to either the president or the incumbent president or the incumbent vice president what change can be brought to this country otherwise. the average form is the same. that is. analyst joining us from a long way thank you for your insight. to the democratic republic of congo where the winds of political change are blowing now 4 months after he was inaugurated president felix you say katie has named a new prime minister at will. is a veteran political operator will have more on him place at the same time weiss who has often been described as the 2nd most powerful man in the d r c has returned to
the country from 3 years of political exile take a look now at his journey. after 3 long years in exile. or was just a few steps away from a triumphant welcome home on congolese soil he had clear words for the people of his homeland and thousands of waiting supporters. to pull up bridge over here it's for peace i've come back for peace and reconciliation in our country and above all to defend the interest of the congolese people and to defend our constitution to do so you can. see the 2nd largest city is on home turf the wealthy businessman of greek and congolese origin became the 1st democratically elected governor of the mineral rich province of to tango in 2007 he's credited with reforming the region's economic fortunes before it was broken up in 2015 with a long record in office he was an ally of former president joseph kabila until the
2 fell out. katoomba he left the d.s.c. in 2016 and was convicted of property fraud in absentia he denies the charges but was prevented from standing in the long delayed 28 presidential elections that folks saw felix k.d. elected as president in the country's 1st peaceful political transition since independence in 1960. latest indited opposition politician to be cleared under katie's administration the homecoming rejected government plans to change the constitution to place constructive politics for the future. well it's all beyond today there is a government which is in place and we have to give it a chance because we'll be a real opposition snow exeunt to be made it clear he won't be joining she katie's new government calling to victory richt even so he says it needs national cohesion to move forward. let's bring in
a windy bashing from africa highway good to see it so that'll be received iraq styles welcome but how significant is he is coming back to the country politically had we seen that you used it in ways that goes back equal access in the tree here exactly yes. joe and he had a great coming people was waiting for a special act and that is a part of it yes and he was really happy to go back and before you left jimmy said that he's going back to greatest people and you want to be next to the population it to change so many people waiting for the team there you go down and especially at the back of the quad walk but we don't exactly want to meet i've been made days with that and more he's got to be saying that he a daughter edition of the new president of the congress and maybe there will be in
irons. ok but what we do know so far is that that's only a sort of aligned himself with martin fire you know he lost to just a katie but finally hasn't accepted the outcome of the election while the term be appears to be assuming a more sort of consigliere tree tone is that partnership going to hold between 5 and had to be. this is a great question because today and yesterday money's got to me give me interview and if you want them just say that is not the constitution of cults any wanting to remind you of that they're kind of difficult or hasty said it actually that's beneath you think it is that you present it and this is really important in the new speech of what he's going to tell me because this is a signal for bad if they don't write soon clearly he's de elected president of the country but this speech of noise got to me yesterday it changed everything and i
think it's a big message formatting for you do we actually like and out for a while in the same way the ship. let's wait i'll again next month but i don't play with ketamine was white yesterday ok very interesting but very quickly wendy get this in here president you say katie just announced a new prime minister who is he and is he up to the task so does this new prime minister have before people was waiting for in. florida after their election of but if you see katie we just have to know that do you miss your dad has the media experience. he used to work we. would do it the day before we would talk he also worked. over there go in and we need to remind people that even though i was appointed he bases there can be that will give this existence to. be.
we need to feel bad when we can say from today that the fact that the guy have a great experience qualities and i merely said the problem is he's very close 78 years or so this is also maybe a small problem ok wendy from africa thank you for that. now it's to a story that i'm guessing has everyone talking in guyana just a few weeks before the upcoming africa cup of nations. has announced his retirement from the national squad it appears the issue is about the captaincy the 33 year old said in his statement that if the decision of the coach is to give the captain seat the tournament to another player while i'm named in this team or squad of the tournament i wish to recuse myself from the tournament now jan is gone his all time top scorer with 51 goals for his country he was a key player at 3 world cups and everyone in gonna remembers that cruel penalty
miss in 22 and. i remember it too and there's been a lot of reaction to xians to decision and it's since been trending on social media on the continent we have this is a brave who writes on twitter that some or g.m. is a legend that there will be no one like you said dick adams treated i love a similar human i've stated he is the best the greatest he also adds that as captain and leader she didn't give up. and that's where we'll leave it for now from date of the news africa as always you can catch all stories on our website and facebook page well if you now with some more pictures of the great goal scorer as large as.
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