Dausi Cheers Victims Of Chilembwe Day Accident

Minister of Homeland Security, Nicholas Dausi has commended Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) staff for the good medical care rendered to those injured on their way to John Chilembwe memorial service on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. President Professor Peter Mutharika announced during the memorial service at Providence Industrial Mission (PIM) that four people had died when a motor vehicle they were travelling in to attend John Chilembwe Day commemorations in Chiradzulu overturned Dausi who was accompanied by his deputy, Charles…

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Floods Displace 176 Households in Lilongwe

At least 176 households in Chipasula, Kaliyeka and Kawale in Lilongwe District have been affected by what now appear to be perennial floods in the district after Chipasula River flooded following heavy rains that fell for at least two hours on Thursday. The Ministry of Homeland Security has since already come in to assist the affected households with relief items like plastic pails, blankets, plastic sheets and maize. The portfolio’s minister Nicholas Dausi visited the affected areas on Friday…

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Dausi Consoles Flood Victims

Minister of Homeland Security Nicolas Dausi Thursday presided over the distribution of relief items to 3,790 flood victims in Mulanje District. The victims suffered stormy rains that damaged their houses and household property last Sunday. Dausi accompanied by the Mulanje District Commissioner Charles Makanga inspected some of the affected structures in the area of Sub Traditional Authority Ndanga before promising support to the victims. He said government was aware of the problems the people were facing and that it…

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Govt to Curb Huge Influx Of Irregular Immigrants

Government has said it will come up with a serious and comprehensive response in a quest to curb huge influx of illegal immigrants as it is compromising the security in the country. Minister of Homeland Security, Nicholas Dausi made the remarks on Tuesday in Parliament saying that the country is facing challenges of influx of people from other countries. “Our country is indeed facing an influx of people from other countries who mostly are irregular immigrants. Statistics show that…

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Information Minister ‘Mtengo wa Minga’ Pledges Transparency

Henry Mussa is new Minister of Information and Communications Technology, replacing Nicholas Dausi who has been moved to the renamed ‘Ministry of Homeland Security’ which was formally known as Ministry of Home Affairs and Internal Security. This follows some changes that President Peter Mutharika made to his cabinet on Wednesday in exercise of powers conferred upon him by Section 94(1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Malawi. Speaking with Malawi News Agency (Mana), the new Information Minister said…

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Police Charity Work Excites Govt

Malawi Government has commended Malawi Police Service for charitable works the institution conducts in the country. Minister of Information and Communications Technology who is also government’s spokes person Nicholas Dausi made the commendation following a fundraising big walk that Mwanza Police organised on Monday aimed at raising funds to assist the needy in the district. “As government, we appreciate what the police are doing where apart from enforcing laws, they also do charitable work. Therefore it is important for…

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Govt Commends Catholic Church

Government has commended the Roman Catholic Church in the country for its unceasing efforts to combine the philosophies of faith to that of holistic personal development which centres on service delivery in key areas of the economy. Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Nicholas Dausi made the remarks on Saturday during a double celebration at Ndirande Holy Ghost Parish where the Parish celebrated Golden Jubilee and the ordination of three priests plus one deacon. He said government realizes the…

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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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