Opposition political parties in Malawi are in great panic and deep worry after the report say three Israelis flew into the country with undisclosed business. Some members within the opposition are claiming that they are acting as espionage agent to help with vote-rigging, just two months before the court sanctioned fresh presidential election.
The three Israelis are Aviv Osher, Barlev Omer and Tsairi Marom. They flew into the country on Wednesday through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe.
Private practice lawyer Bright Theu took to social media on Friday to question government decision to grant the Israelis special immigration clearance . A letter from the Immigration and Citizenship Services signed by Gloria Mtande clears the three to arrive in Malawi having been issued with gratis entry single visa on arrival.
“They are coming to Malawi at the invitation of State House on business visit,” says the letter in part.
According to lawyer Theu, the Israeli visitors include intelligence specialist and one with expertise in developing data manipulation computer programmer (python).
Theu, who represented UTM president Salos Chilima in the presidential election petition case at the Constitutional Court, said there is a curious rumour about vote rigging in the forthcoming fresh presidential election in the country.