Mlakho Wa Alomwe Central Region Chapter Plants Over 1,400 Trees

Central Region Chapter of Mlakho wa Alhomwe Saturday planted 1, 400 trees along Lilongwe River as a way of arresting environmental degradation due to rampant cutting of trees. Speaking to Malawi News Agency (Mana) on the sidelines of the event, Central Region Chairperson, Frank Mazizi, said the grouping was concerned with use of trees to burn ovens, hoisting electricity poles and sand mining which has worsened environmental degradation. “We all depend on Lilongwe River to give the city’s residents…

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Mhlakho Wa Lhomwe Donates to Hailstorm Victims

The Central Region Mhlakho wa Lhomwe Chapter (CRMLC) on Saturday donated some items to victims of rainstorm which occurred on Tuesday and affected about 400 people in the process completely destroying 58 houses. Speaking at the event one of the victims, Aubrey Mwanakhu, said after the fateful incident occurred many of them were downcast as both their homes and businesses were affected and had nowhere to start from. Said Mwanakhu: “We were completely confused and disappointed because both our…

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