Prayers Vital Ahead Of Tripartite Elections, Says Catholic Church

The head of Chikwawa Diocese of the Catholic Church, Episcope Bishop Peter Musikuwa has asked Malawians to seriously engage themselves in prayer for the country to hold successful tripartite elections come May, 2019. Episcope Musikuwa made the remarks during Chikwawa Parish 100 years Centenary Celebrations which took place on Saturday at the parish’s Jubilee Square. “Let us all pray and look up to God, especially now that we are heading towards elections. If you don’t look up to God,…

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Ghambi Joins UTM, Mighty DPP Not Shaken

Former Education Minister in the Mighty Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) led government Vincent Ghambi has dumped the ruling party for the newly launched United Transformation Movement (UTM). Ghambi who is Member of Parliament for Karonga North Constituency confirmed the move during a political rally held in Karonga saying: “I have joined UTM out of my own conscience,” DPPs publicity secretary Nicholas Dausi, said as a party they are not shaken in any other way by Ghambis defection to the…

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Youth Urged to Use Technology For Development

The youth in the country have been advised to utilize existing technological opportunities so that they can assist in the development of the country. Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Nicholas Dausi, said for the youth to be relevant on the global stage and to the country, they have to take interest in technological opportunities that the government offers them. Dausi made the remarks on Friday when he presided over the handover ceremony of a telecentre at Nkhoma in…

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Tele-Centres Promoting Social Economic Development

Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Nicholas Dausi said internet is increasingly becoming a driving force for socio-economic development and strides to connect its masses. He made the remarks on Monday when he opened Mpatsa Tele-centre at Tengani in Nsanje which is one of many constituency tele-centres to be commissioned this year. Dausi pointed out that government expect a lot to be happening at the centre saying people would now do on-line businesses and that this is an economic…

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Acts of Listening Govt: DPP Returns K145 Million to Pioneer Investment

The Mighty Democratic Progress Party on Saturday returned the controversial MK145 million to Pioneer Investment after revelations that the company is under Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB)  investigations. Mighty DPP Publicity Secretary, who is also Government mouth-piece,  Nicholas Dausi made the announcement at a press briefing Lilongwe. Pioneer Investment is under investigation by the ACB for what are alleged to be fraudulent dealings in a food ration contract supply to the Malawi Police Service. It is believed that the MK145 million…

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Pressure Mounts For Malawi Vice President Chilima to Resign

Vice President Dr Saulos Chilima has been asked to honour his oath of office by doing the right thing and resign from his position in order to pursue his dream without compromising the honour and dignity of that office. The call was made in Lilongwe on Friday when Democratic Progressive party (DPP) senior officials addressed a press briefing to clarify on issues raised by the country’s Vice President last Saturday. On 21st July, 2018 the Vice President addressed a…

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Mutharika Hailed for Holding DPP Together

Chairperson of the organizing committee for the 20l8 elective Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Nicholas Dausi has hailed President, Professor Peter Mutharika for demonstrating strong leadership skills in holding the party together amidst intra party factions. Dausi who is also the Minister of Information, and Communication Technology made the remarks on Monday in Blantyre during the party’s convention. Dausi said Professor Mutharika has ever since preached discipline within the party and also encouraged the values of contact and dialogue whenever…

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Zimbabwe’s Ex-Minister Jonathan Moyo Not in Malawi

Minister of Information and Communications Technology Nicholas Dausi has dismissed as untrue online reports that Zimbabwe’s former Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo is in Malawi. Moyo, who has now become a prominent Zimbabwean government critic after President Robert Mugabe was removed from power last November, has gone into self-exile but appeared on BBC’s HARDtalk with a pre-recorded interview  on Thursday. He has since used social media to condemn last November’s military coup in Harare which saw President…

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