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Mzimba Solola MP donates K1 Million to District Party Committee

Mzimba Solola MP donates K1 Million to District Party Committee

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By Kondanani Chilimunthaka Malawi Congress Party Member of Parliament for Mzimba Solola, Jacob Hara has donated cash amounting to K1 Million to Rumphi district committee of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) as one way of strengthening the party structure at the grassroot. Presenting the donation on-behalf of Honorable Jacob Hara on Wednesday, March 16,2022 at a function that took place at Rumphi Boma, Deputy Organizing Secretary for the party, Aram Beza said Hara as a bonafide member of the party thought it wise to assist the district to constitute its area committees in all the four constituencies in order to have strong party structures down from the grassroots, which is the backbone of party and any well established political organization. "Hon. Jacob Hara sent me on his behalf to pres...
Police at Bangwe in Blantyre have arrested three suspects

Police at Bangwe in Blantyre have arrested three suspects

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*Police at Bangwe in Blantyre have arrested three suspects and recovered some items they allegedly stole at Namiyango Assemblies of God Church on March 8 this year.* The three are Robert Mgola aged 32, from Pitala Village in Traditional Authority Likoswe in Chiradzulu, James Filimoni aged 39 from Chidothi Village in Traditional Authority Chimaliro in Thyolo and Albert Thomu aged 18 from Abunu Village in Traditional Authority Mthiramanja in Mulanje District. On the said day, some unknown people tied up security guards before breaking into the church building and stole public address system worth 2 million kwacha. Upon receiving the report, detectives at Bangwe swiftly launched a manhunt and on March 10, cornered the three within the township. During the operation, officers also recovered...
Dust Refusing to Settle for Martha Chizuma

Dust Refusing to Settle for Martha Chizuma

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Dust is refusing to settle for Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director Martha Chizuma as she has been taken to task to explain why her office allowed foreign investigators without consent from authorities. In a statement a movement under the banner Mass Movement Advancement for Economic Revolution said: “Are we serious that we are this asleep to the extent that even our NIB did not have fore knowledge that foreign spies were coming to investigate cases regarding our security arms procurement dealings?” Recently, Human Rights Activist Bon Kalindo also gave Chizuma seven days to explain to Malawians as to why her office allowed the British National Crime Agency (NCA) to start probing arms deals Malawi purchased through Asian businessmen.