Mulhakho wa Alhomwe to host fundraising dinner and dance Friday: Mutharika guest of honour

Tribal grouping, Mulhakho wa Alhomwe (MWA), which has step up preparations for its annual celebrations in October, will this Friday, September 18 hold fundraising dinner and dance at Sports Complex in Blantyre.

President Mutharika: Will be guest of honour

President Mutharika: Will be guest of honour

President Peter Mutharika, who has already confirmed his attendance will be the guest of honour at the event aimed to raise funds for Mulhakho wa Alhomwe celebrations which are held at Chonde in Mulanje district.

The dinner and dance is among a series of fundraising activities the eight year-old cultural lined up to support this year’s celebrations, according to the grouping’s Chief Executive Officer, Mchanakwaye Mpuluka.

A Platinum table for ten people has been pegged at K800,000 while gold and silver tables have been pegged at K500,000 and K300,000, respectively.

“This only entails that a platinum seat will go at K80,000, likewise gold and silver seats will be at K50,000 and K30,000 each, respectively. So, individuals can always buy a seat and have the fun until they drop off,” said Mpuluka.

Last month they staged a fundraising golf tournamnet that saw the participation of Vice President Saulos Klaus Chilima, who also pledged K1 million towards the annual celebrations.

Last year, the grouping raised over K50 million from similar activities.

Mulhakho is a cultural group headed by a Board of Trust and coordinated a secretariat on behalf of all Lhomwe people.

The grouping was registered under the Trustees Incorporation Act to promote the Lhomwe culture and it also brings together all the across the nation and beyond.

Members of MWA are distributed across the country, but the population is concentrated in the Shire Highlands districts of Blantyre, Chiradzulu, Mulanje, Thyolo, Phalombe and Zomba.

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Chilungamo Chimawawa
Guest

keep on eating our money, tax payers money, only God knows how to punish you idiots

The Prison monger
Guest

Preserving culture what? This grouping is like a cancerous tumor, it is slowly infect Malawi and if its not wiped ASAP, it will infect the whole nation. This grouping operates like the Jesuits silent killers smilling but with a lot of hidden agendas. This is not the time to waste in the name of preserving culture, repent Jesus is coming soon. Be focused on HEAVEN

Robert Zingani
Guest

No! People should understand this,we did not choose to born to this famous and royal tribe of Alomwe,so Noophiya!

KAMBWE
Guest

kkkkkk iwe number 17 samala mano ….

drzeus
Guest

I don’t mind Mapeto DWS paying K7.5m in order to sit next to the President on the high table during the fund raising dinner bcoz he will recover the money when the Mulhakho wa Alhomwe orders thousands of Commemoration Cloth for this year’s event at Chonde BUT my question is on the Malawian lady who paid K7m to sit next to the First Lady, where does she work or what type of business does she operate in Malawi?

Lovemaniac 91
Guest

Kodi maliro ali pa chithuziwa ngoyika liti?

Nachanza
Guest

Za ziiiii

The Patriot
Guest

Promoting culture, whether Lhomwe or any tribal culture is a good thing but using the grouping as a lobby for government contracts and positions is very unfortunate! # MRA# Namalimba(check the spelling! Osathamanga magazi!!!!)

clement
Guest

I can’t wait just give me account number coz am currently out of Malawi.

nobel
Guest

I am sorry Chilima to donate K1 million when we have children failing to K250,000 as tuition fees at Unima,Luarna and even at a CDSS. Dr Chilima should help on necessary events and not where his money will not give value as ppl will contract HIV.

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