Mutharika back from AU, shares state of disaster with African leaders

President Prof Peter Mutharika held consultations with over 14 African Heads of State on Malawi’s state in regard to damages caused by floods. Mutharika disclosed this on Sunday afternoon at Kamuzu International Airport on his arrival from Addis Ababa where he attended 24th summit of the African Union. “The issue concerning our country’s state of affairs was brought up and I held meetings with over 14 heads of state on the same,” said the first citizen adding that the…

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President Mutharika makes maiden AU address: Says Malawi will not allow women victimisation

President Professor Peter Mutharika has said his Government will not allow women to be victimized in any way as far as he is President of Malawi. The Malawi leader said it is sad that some men in this civilized society still keep torturing women a thing he described as old fashioned and barbaric. The Malawi leader said this Friday January 30 when he delivered his maiden speech in the AU August House during the official Opening of the Summit…

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President Mutharika Launches the Chilembwe Highway

The President of the Republic of Malawi, His Excellency Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has officially opened the Blantyre-Zomba road, christened the John Chilembwe Highway, at a ceremony that took place at Kachere Trading Center off Blantyre Zomba road on Friday, January 23, 2015. The construction of Chilembwe Highway was launched on 19th March 2012 by late President Professor Bingu wa Mutharika’s regime and completed in October, 2014 and was funded by Government of Malawi through the African Development Bank…

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President Mutharika to attend Bishop Zuza’s burial

His Excellency the President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika will today attend the burial ceremony for the late Right Reverend Bishop Joseph Mukasa Zuza, of Mzuzu Diocese of the Catholic Church and Chairman of the Episcopal Conference of Malawi. Zuza wil be buried at St Peter’s Catholic Cathederal in Mzuzu. The burial ceremony will be led by the Papal Nuncio to Malawi and Zambia and thousands of Catholics from across Malawi are expected to attend the burila ceremony for the…

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Ethiopian ambassador bids farewell, pledges growth in business relationship

Outgoing Ethiopian Ambassador to Malawi, Shemsuidin Ahmed Robble on Friday bid farewell to President Arthur Peter Mutharika after the expiry of his four year term. Speaking to Journalists after an audience with Mutharika, Robble said among some of the issues that topped the discussion included development of the airline service between the two countries. He said this at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe on Friday. “Ethiopian Airline has extended its services by including Lilongwe and Chileka International Airport in Blantyre….

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IMF RECOMMENDS MALAWI FOR 20 MILLION $ EXTENDED CREDIT FACILITY AS APM GAINS BACK DONORS CONFIDENCE

The International Monetary Fund has expressed confidence in he leadership of Arthur Peter Mutharika and further recommended that Malawi can be given monetary support in the Extended Credit Facility scheme. Speaking in Lilongwe on Thursday, 18 December, 2014. The IMF representative in the country ,Mr.OralMr.Oral Williams told a press briefing in along with the Minister of Finance, Dr. Goodal Gondwe that, despite the fact that the IMF did not reach a resolution to start supporting Malawi in October 2014…

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APM Has Not Let Malawi Down, Some Few Selfish Individuals And Politicians

Blaming President Peter Mutharika for the mess that Malawi is in today is another big joke. In fact, when the President took over the mantle of leadership. Things in the country were already messed up and to whom do we have the blame now? The ones that caused them or those who took over from where the mess had been left? By the time Mutharika was sworn in the fifth President of the Republic of Malawi, it is no…

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Madonna meets Malawi’s president Peter Mutharika

The president of Malawi has met Madonna’s adopted daughter and son. President Peter Mutharika thanked Madonna for bringing her Malawi-born children Mercy and David back to their birth country. Friday’s meeting was symbolic for Madonna, who had a public falling-out with former President Joyce Banda. Madonna said of Mutharika’s older brother Bingu wa Mutharika… Thank you for welcoming me here. I was a big fan of your brother. He was very kind to us. “Let me thank you for…

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Kudos to JB for Accepting APM’s Olive branch

  Joyce Banda has made a matured decision befitting a former head of state. Through her spokesperson, Tusekele Mwanyongo, she has decided to work with the current President. She says that this decision is not for personal political gains, or bowing down to the President, but rather for the common interest of the poor Malawians she wished to transform during her tenure. The path that Joyce Banda has taken is welcomed for the development of our country.Itcountry.It is good…

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