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Chakwera Speaks On Unifying Impact Of Late Queen Elizabeth II

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The BBC has engaged President Chakwera on the life and values of fallen Queen Elizabeth the second.

In an interview, the Malawi leader described the passing of Queen Elizabeth II as the end of an era not only for the British but also for Africa and the world at large.

Dr Chakwera said the Queen played a critical role in the transition to independence of many African countries including Malawi.

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