Malawi Congress Party Regional Chairman for the Centre Patrick Chilondola has assured Malawians that the government is doing everything possible to address bottlenecks affecting the implementation of the Affordable Inputs Programme.
Chilondola was responding to concerns raised by people on the AIP programme at Kabango Primary School Ground in the area of Senior Chief Kaphuka in Dedza, during the MCP public rally.
“Malawians should not get worried, they are going to access cheap fertilizer, no doubt about it. We have a leader who loves his people, so people should not get worried and this farming season. We know some people are carried away by what the media is saying that funds were stolen. I want to assure the people that they will get the fertilizer,” said Chilondola.
According to the Agriculture office in Dedza close to 170 O00 households are expected to benefit from the affordable inputs programme in the Dedza district.
Member of Parliament for Dedza central Daniel Chiwere pledged to continue to facilitate various development activities in his area.
responding to concerns raised by people on the AIP programme. appeal to traditional leaders is let’s work together in addressing problems affecting the people,” he said.
Speaking earlier Group Village Headman Kabango commended the member of Parliament for constructing a bridge at Nakalazi River to ease travel problems in the area.
“We lost lives as some people drowned in the Nakalazi River, this area was cut-off from the the otherside,” said Group Village Head Kabango.