Children grateful to first couple for Christmass treat

Children who were hosted by Malawi President Peter Mutharika and the First Lady Gertrude Mutharika to a Christmas Party at Kamuzu Palace, in the capital, Lilongwe on Wednesday thanked the First Couple for making them smile from ear-to-ear.

The First Couple present during the children's party

The First Couple present during the children’s party

Children enjoying  with Father Christmas at Kamuzu Palace - Pic by Stanley Makuti

Children enjoying with Father Christmas at Kamuzu Palace – Pic by Stanley Makuti

Part of the Children during the ChristmA party at  Kamuzu Palace - Pic by Stanley Makuti

Part of the Children during the ChristmA party at Kamuzu Palace – Pic by Stanley Makuti

President Peter Mutharika and first lady Gertrude Mutharika pose with children during a christmas party at Kamuzu Palace

President Peter Mutharika and first lady Gertrude Mutharika pose with children during a christmas party at Kamuzu Palace

The First Couple hosted 1,300 children from Lilongwe to a Christmas party.

Speaking on behalf of her fellow children, Princess Nyamali from Kamuzu Barracks thanked the first couple for the Christmas treat.

“We are very thankful to President Mutharika and the First Lady,” said Nyamali.

Nyamali wished the two a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

The President and the First Lady sang a few Christmas songs with the children before posing for photographs with them in groups.

The Children were then treated to a meal and drinks before they engaged in various games; and they were later given a Christmas gift each.

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11 thoughts on “Children grateful to first couple for Christmass treat”

  1. Galu wapananji Mwale says:

    Dis z Muthalikaz family ikno,kukonda ma dance anyamatawa kkkkkk!any way9c 2 hear dat

  2. Mpini Walezala says:

    Koma Santa yekhayo ndi ngozi! The children had to have been traumatized.

  3. Nambuma Girl says:

    This is an EMPHASIS that they treated the children nicely chifukwa munawanena kwambiri ndi first picture ija inatuluka before this one.

  4. Patrick says:

    My daughter was there. She enjoyed. ….. a good Christmas treat. Bravo Peter and Gertrude.

  5. Boyd Kilembey says:

    I have no problem when grown ups choose to be bootlickers and thank the first couple for that or this. But inviting kids for a meal and making them be “grateful” to the first couple is going over board. Where is this country going? Does the first couple now feel better that small kids have thanked for being given food? Surely there are better ways of politicking…

    1. mmm says:

      abale tamayamikani nzanu akapanga zabwino.

      1. Boyd Kilembey says:

        Mr Man, we are not saying APM did anything bad. What was bad is inviting a kid on the podium to “thank” the president. Was it not impossible just to have the function, and stop at that. You know these things of being thanked for this or that or even when rains fall become addictive. They are as addictive as the presidential red carpet or chamba, no wonder Muluzi had to embroil us on sad term and open term fracas.

  6. Duwa says:

    How did these children get their way to kamuzu palace? How come mine were not invited? How about kids from mtandire, chimsapo, mtsiriza, mgona, kogaga? Chilungamo chasowapo apa, kwa mtenga Ana ozungu? Ophawife? Sokudya khisimisi Ana awanthu osauka?

  7. KING SOLOMONS WISDOM says:

    A FIVE YR OLD USED TO SAY TATATATA NOW MAY B SAYIN FWEFWEFWEFWE.THAT IS VERY BAD DO NOT TEACH OUR CHILDREN EVIL

  8. Aferazao says:

    As long as they do not emulate the fwee fwee utterance ***t from the president’s rotten mouth. Eh psopanu ndifuuna ndinene kuti matimati tizaphinyaphinya.

  9. Kadakwiza says:

    Good news to hear.

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