Malawi’s US envoy Mhura presents letters of credence to Obama

The new Malawi envoy to the United States of America, Ambassador Necton Mhura on May 18 presented his letters of Credence to President Obama in Washington DC, United States of America (USA).

Mhura with Obama in US

Mhura with Obama in US

A statement from the Ambassador’s offices says Mhura stated that his duty would be to strengthen further bilateral relations for the mutual benefit of the respective countries and their people.

The envoy expressed Malawi’s appreciation of the contribution of American citizens and charitable organisations whose work continues to make a huge difference in the lives of people in the rural communities and underscores the spirit of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

The ambassador also stressed the support that would be most welcomed by Malawi in the various programmes that the administration of President Prof. Peter Mutharika had embarked on such as Public Sector Reform, the Public Finance Management Reform, Community Colleges and the Wildlife Protection Programme.

The Ambassador said this was in addition to the programmes that the US, through USAID is currently supporting Malawi on in areas of agriculture and food security, health, education, democracy human rights and governance, and environment and climate change.

He thanked the US Government and its people for the support that Malawi received in dealing with the effects of floods and requested further support in reconstruction including finding long- term measures for disaster prevention, preparedness and mitigation.

President Obama said Malawi and the US share a strong relationship and further referred to the Millennium Challenge Corporation Compact for the improvement of access to stable electricity in Malawi.

According to the statement, President Obama also noted Malawi’s sustainable contributions to peacekeeping operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Ivory Coast which according to him highlights Malawi’s commitment to regional stability and Malawi’s leadership in the region.

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Tsamba Likagwa

Life is full of ups and downs. Mr Mhura you had your downs and real downs and then up and then up up again. Take time to share the blessings with those who need them.


iwe mabungu usamanene za nkhata bay limenerija ndiboma palokha wava .ndisaveso ukunene za nkhata bay


How do these pawns representing mafia governments feel when they stand alongside real leaders who govern real countries?

musekanji palibe kanu
musekanji palibe kanu

american height mwayiona…?Obama mfana wa baskett ball adzioneka

Akusipata sikuwalema kusunga

Kuzolowela mavuto basi amzanu big smile inu ngati akukakamizani kuseka.

quincy majawa

Big up mhura!!!!! Ofunika kumunyengera ayambenso kutithandiza,ife kuno pano kuba tasiya


Ma viet akutani kuseli kwa window ku usa? Mhura you need to clear all the bush behind the office. Ntchile ngati ku nkhata Bay!!


Koma Obama ndi wa mtali?? Congrats Necton, all the best as you represent Malawi

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