Nedbank boss in Ice bucket challenge, nominate Malawi VP Chilima

The country’s vice-President, Saulos Chilima has been nominated for an ice bucket challenge in aid of ailling journalist, Limbani Moya currently in need of international medical attention.

Chilima has been nominated by Nedbank Managing Director, Paul Guta who took the challenge on Thursday outside the bank’s head office in Blantyre.

Guta in ice bucket challenge

Guta in ice bucket challenge

Malawi’s veteran journalist Limbani Moya is in dire need of  a kidney transplant treatment in India.

Guta nominated to the challenge by Mike Apel and Gatto’s Nazir Osman, donated K150,000 to Friends of Limbani.

Vice-President Chilima has 24 hours to take up the ice bucket challenge together with other nominees, Old Mutual boss Chris Kapanga, Grant Mwenechanya of Real Insurance, Welford Sabola of Wamkulu Palace and Iqbal Muhamad of Ninkawa Transport.

The nominated people will forfeit in form of charitable financial donation if they fail to take up the challenge in 24 hours.

Last week Friends of Limbani fundraising golf tournament which attracted 27 golfers including Chilima raised a total of K7 million out of the required K10 million.

The Ice Bucket Challenge, sometimes called the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, is an activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on someone’s head to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encourage donations to research. It went viral on social media during July–August 2014.

Some individuals have opted to donate their money from the Ice Bucket Challenge to other Organisations. The challenge encourages nominated participants to be filmed having a bucket of ice water poured on their heads and then nominating others to do the same.

A common stipulation is that nominated participants have 24 hours to comply or forfeit by way of a charitable financial donation.

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sainani
Guest

inenso indipeze bucket imeneyi ndikuifuna kwabasi kukutentha amwene

Mbuchindele
Guest

Azungu use ice cold water because they live in cold freezing temperatures. Don’t use ice cold water in Malawi u can think of something else mabulutu inu

mjiba
Guest

the ice bucket challenge comes from a need of publicising ones acts of charity. give in silence so that your left hand should not know what your right hand is doing. not through ice buckets in front of cameras.

PETROS MUDALIKA
Guest

For the credibility of my government. I urge you young man not to do it. Let us just give them a little contribution. People will take you as childish

Zoona
Guest

Wasting clean water when others can’t even access a drop of unpurified water! This is an insult to those who thirst for water or walk a distance just for a bucket of untreated water. Think twice before copying stuff from the west. Find other means of raising money please.

Nyapapi
Guest

The Ice Bucket Challenge is a satanic ritual. Saulosi watch out, you can be taken out mwaulere.

Zan
Guest

That is true… The man who started it all actually died a day or two after the whole thing…. A Malawi copying everything ….

che chisyano
Guest

Abale m’malo mongothokoza omwe azipereka kuthiridwa madziwo tikufunananso kuwakhumudwitsa. sikuti iwowo akumuletsa munthu yemwe sanathilidwe madziwo kupereka ndalama ayi. inuyo ngati ndi madolo ingoperekani ndalamayo fullstop

Atate with Kamphongo wa kwa Masikini
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Atate with Kamphongo wa kwa Masikini

kumawathira pang’onopang’ono kuti amve kuzizira kwenikweni. Anyway congratulations for thinking about people in need.

Mr.Bambo
Guest

Zimabweretsa cardiac arrest zimenezo,its hot nowadays and doctorst advise against abrupt changes in body temperatures from very hot to very cold.Mwatani kodi.?

Malawianah
Guest

Just raise that money stop that waterlydrama.By the end of this u gonna loose somebody’s life.

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