The government of Flanders has vowed to continue supporting Malawi in sectors of health and agriculture. The assurance was made by President of Flanders Geert Bourgeois during a banquet that President Peter Mutharika organised for him at Kamuzu Palace in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe. In his remarks, Bourgeois said his country is committed to continue supporting Malawi in areas such as agriculture and health after being allies for ten years.
A 60-year-old man identified as Umali Sabiti who became mentally challenged after being shot hanged himself on Tuesday in Mangochi district. Mangochi Police deputy Spokesperson Amina Daudi told Malawi24 that Sabiti started suffering mental health issues after he was shot by criminals in South Africa. According to Daudi, when the man came back home his mental state remained a problem and he often told his relatives of his intention to commit suicide by hanging himself.
Minister of Information Nicholas Dausi has claimed that the union between Sidik Mia and Malawi Congress Party (MCP) will not last long because it is based on money. Dausi who is also a senior member of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) made the remarks on taxpayer funded Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC). He said MCP roped in businessman Mia based on his financial strength and any relationship based on money is temporary.
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