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I Can Never Say Anything Ill About The People Am Working For -Matola

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Energy minister Ibrahim Matola is expressing shock on how some individuals are sensationalizing the phrase he used during the inauguration of the 20 Megawatt JCM solar and battery plant in Dedza yesterday.

During the event, the minister shared a proverb, “the sound of frogs does not stop an elephant from drinking water.”

He then went on to refer Chakwera as the the elephant and that he should not be moved by the disturbing sound.

Speaking through his Public Relations Officer Marshall Dyton, Matola says he never meant to despise anyone but rather to encourage President Lazarus Chakwera to continue with his development plans regardless of obstacles surrounding him.

Matola has since emphasized that as a man of integrity, he can never say anything ill about the people he is working for.

During the event in mention, Matola also indicated that his ministry has secured about USD60 million funding for the Kapichira Power Station rehabilitation and redesigning expected to commence soon.

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