This is according to Home affairs and internal security minister, Aaron Sangala.
The remarks come at a time when University lecturers from Chancellor College held their protests in Zomba on Monday.
Students from polytechnic also staged a protest over delays by the school authorities to disburse stationery allowances.
And the recent one is that of primary school teachers in Thyolo who are demanding their outstanding hardship allowances.
Some commentators say these developments could be a signal that the government was failing to govern the nation and people have lost trust.
But speaking to capital fm Sangala downplayed the fears saying public demonstrations are part of human rights.