– Advertisement – Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera has just spent 100 days in power but appears unwilling to fulfill one of his key promises he made to citizens. While campaigning for the presidency he promised to create one million jobs and put the youth to work. But President Chakwera is now backtracking on that promise saying the government can only employ 200,000 people. He said the government could not create jobs on its own and now needs the private sector to help. Critics of the government now say Chakwera’s ruling…Read More
Sentiments by a segment of Malawi chiefs castigating leader of opposition in the country cannot go without being vindicated. The platform that Lazarus Chakwera took is an appropriate podium because both Peter Mutharika and leader of opposition answers to the public. For chiefs to instigate that Lazarus Chakwera committed treasonous crime when he was doing his rightful obligations explains the ugly vendetta the government is using to disgrace itself. Follow and like us:Read More
BLANTYRE, May 30 (Marapost) – Its official! Its Peter Mutharika.
The embattled Malawi Electoral Commission on Friday declared Mutharika the winner of the 2014 disputed poll, after he bagged 1,904,398 votes against his runners-up Lazarus Chakwera of the Malawi Congress Party, who got 1,455,880 votes.
Mutharika’s win was by 36.4 percent, while Chakwera trailed at 27.8 percent.Read More
BLANTYRE (AGV)—Malawi president Joyce Banda has appointed deputy Minister of Agriculture Ulemu Chilapondwa as transport minister replacing lower shire political kingpin Sidik Mia who resigned as Minister as well as from the ruling party where he was Vice President for Southern Region.Read More