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Usi Calls For Unity, Tolerance

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Minister of Tourism and Culture Michael Usi has urged people in Mulanje to remain united and embrace tolerance regardless of their social and political affiliations.

Usi who is also UTM Vice President was speaking at Golden village, Traditional Authority Chikumbu in Mulanje.

He said there is no country which has developed where its people worked antagonistically.

“In heaven, they will not say this one belongs to DPP, UTM, MCP, UDF or any other party, we shall be treated equally, let us embrace each other if we are to prosper,” Usi said.

He also encouraged learners to work hard in school to become productive citizens, while encouraging people to work hard in their fields.

Director of women for UTM, Loyce Mponda, who also graced the function, said Malawi is moving forward and encouraged people to work together in the development of the country

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