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Malawi's former president, Bakili Muluzi has called on Malawians to exercise peace during the election to let the rightful candidate win the election.  Muluzi said Malawi is small and we should not allow violence to take reign.  He was speaking this at Nainunje Primary School in Machinga North-East constituency after casting his ballot.  "I am happy and impressed with the voter turnout. This is good because people want to exercise their choice," he said.  The former president said he fought for democracy to let people exercise their right without engaging in violence, hence, urged people to avoid violence.  "It's time to move forward. Let the wishes of people done. If your party wins, celebrate and if it loses accept," stressed Muluzi.  At least, 2860 at the centre are expecting to cast the ballot