Malawians paying their last respect

In an overwhelming display of national unity and respect, thousands of Malawians Saturday gathered at the Parliament Building in Lilongwe to pay their final respect to the late Vice President, Dr Saulos Chilima.

The outpouring of grief and admiration was evident as people from all walks of life converged at the Parliament Building to honour a leader who was deeply revered for his dedication and service to the nation.

The late Vice President’s passing has left a profound impact on the country and the collective mourning is a testament to his significant influence and contributions.

The atmosphere was somber yet respectful, with mourners queuing at the Parliament Building to catch a glimpse of the funeral procession.

The late Vice President, whose tenure was marked by efforts to improve healthcare, education, sports and economic development, leaves behind a legacy of progress and hope.

His passing has not only brought sorrow but has united the nation in reflection on the strides made under his leadership.

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