Mulhako wa Alhomwe set for annual feast with K80m budget

This year’s annual celebrations for tribal grouping, Mulhako wa Alhomwe have been moved from October 25 to November 8 2015 and their budget is slightly over K80 million.

Flashback: Mulakho celebrations

Flashback: Mulakho celebrations

The cultural grouping, formed in 2007 and headed by Board of Trustees and coordinated by a secretariat , has been holding its annual celebrations on October 25 at their headquarters, Chonde in southern district of Mulanje.

The change, according to their Administrative Secretary, Muchanakwaye Mpuluka, was necessitated by the untimely death of their Board Chair Bright Mangulama.

Magulama, who was career civil servant died in August after collapsing at his home in Blantyre.

“The death of our father and Board Chair (of Trustees) Bright Mangulama paralyzed all the preparations for this annual celebrations. The death also affected a number fundraising initiatives that we had lined up in readiness for the annual festival. We could not proceed with some activities to mourn our dear father.

“As such, we had to move it from the designated month (October) to November 8 to give organizers enough time for preparations,” said Mpuluka, disclosing that this year’s annual celebrations will consume K80 million.

He said the cultural grouping has received donations in cash and kind from different individuals and institutions.

“In terms of cash, we have about K30 million, but some individuals and institutions committed to provide various services and items including food stuff and vehicles to ease mobility challenges on the day.

“The monetary value for the services and various items we have received is K50 million plus. As such, we highly appreciate the support, donations we have received and we look forward to having successful annual celebrations,” said Mpuluka.

He said the annual celebrations promote their culture and brings together all the Lhomwes across the country and beyond.

Mpuluka also said they have extended invitations to other cultural tribes and that the celebrations’ itinerary will be ready by the end of this month.

Members of this cultural grouping are spread across the country, but they highly concentrated in the shire district of Chiradzulu, Mulanje, Phalombe, Thyolo, Blantyre and Zomba.

Mulhako wa Alhomwe was established (in 2007) by former president late Bingu wa Mutharika to revitalize, preserve and promote  culture and customs among different tribal groups in the country and it holds annual celebrations at their headquarters.

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where is privacy here or u are trying to advertise this young girl zithe zimenezi why spending alot of money on stupid things kaperekeni kuchipatala ndalamazo


What is this so called Malikho ya ba Hlomwe?Am a Tumbuka i dont know all what it mens Malikho ya ba Hlomwe.

Modicai Longwe

This should not be practiced by women only. Why is the gentleman in a suit? It was going to carry much weight if he also was dressed in traditional attire. Otherwise this is gender biasness.


Lets have a NATIONAL HERITAGE DAY so that everyone can celebrate and bring togetherness among people.

Nyera nyera

Mlakho z good to all lomwes and other tribes in mw. But the way the organisers make their funding is not good as expected some how some where cashgate must included. Ofcourse im a lomwe from phalombe ndipo zomwe ndikunenaz ndizoona.


koma chithunzi chimenechi!!





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nyongomkaka tchendembewu

One thing i like abt this Lhomwe pple is labia pulling(enlongated vagina)…frankly speaking the stuff look appetizing n’ foreplay in bed is just fantastic.On the other hand this differeciate btwn a girl n’ a woman. Am frm the central region but i cherish this culture alot.Big up to all the women who possess this hiden treasure stuff cz u really love ur husbands.NB: vulva without ears(11) its like plasma tv-nseeeee ngati ka under 5!


This is pornography and the laws in Malawi are very clear. Whoever is responsible for these events should answer to the law. Period!


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