The Malawi Red Cross Society says has assisted over 3, 000 people during the demonstration without problems as people have been giving them access to do their job without hindrances.
President Peter Mutharika has reiterated his wish for a round table discussion with leaders of opposition political parties on the current political impasse.
Police in Blantyre have launched investigation into Thursday’s incident where unknown people torched a vehicle that was used to carry the Public Address system during the Anti-Jane Ansah street protest.
The anti-Jane Ansah protesters in Blantyre on Thursday held a peaceful march in their continued attempt to force Dr. Jane Ansah to step down as chairperson of Malawi Electoral Commission.
The Anglican Bishop has asked President Peter Mutharika to demonstrate a fatherly role by genuinely engaging opposition leaders in order to end the current political impasse.
Various quarters of the country have condemned action taken by Malawi police during a fight between anti-Jane Ansah protesters and purported supporters of Democratic Progressive Party.