Simama donates maize in Lilongwe

The management of Simama Hotel a subsidiary of Simama Group of Companies, on Saturday, handed over a donation of maize worth K2.3 million to 600 hundred households in the area of Traditional Authority Tsabango in Lilongwe.

Feeding the starved, Simama donates maize in TA Tsabango

Feeding the starved, Simama donates maize in TA Tsabango

Simama Hotel manager giving out the maize

Simama Hotel manager giving out the maize

The donation came as a relief to the 402 villages which are under T/A Tsabango who are part of some Malawians facing food shortages in the country as result of the severe drought and devastating floods which hit the country during the last growing season.

Handing over the relief maize, Simama Hotel General Manager, Hotel Karel Ludick, said Simama  remains committed to share whatever the company realises as profit.

He said that is why the company has lined up a number of development activities.

The hotel, which is being run by renowned Bishop Abraham Simama, also revealed that this is a first of a line of activities it has lined up as it intends to give back to the community.

“Apart from maize distribution, Simama Hotel intends to do a number of development activities such as rehabilitation of Mlodza Community Day Secondary School, paying of school fees to the needy students, reafforestation in order to mitigate climate change, as well as introduction of sports activities for the young people,” said Ludick.

T/A Tsabango paid tribute to the management of the hotel for the gesture saying it will compliment some of the efforts being made by other players in varied avenues in alleviating the problem of food shortage.

The T/A gave some advice to the people of Malawi to pray hard for the rains as at the moment the rainfall pattern is not good enough, giving indications of possible repeat of a food shortage in the country come next year.

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5 thoughts on “Simama donates maize in Lilongwe”

  1. Almighty God will bless all men of God who are taking care of the needy this time when alot of people are going to bed with empty stomach. I salute Prophet Bushiri for setting good example. Bishop Simama keep it up and shame the devil. This is the best time for men of God to rise-up and do the Word of God. I also want to recognize the President of MCP Dr L Chakwera who was the first to distribute bags of maize flour in Lilongwe. Thnx for leading by example Dr Chakwera, God will see you through…

  2. George says:

    That’s very good indeed, however see when you do good thing how many Malawian spend time to comment? But if it were somethings bad oh my GOD the whole malawi will want to comment.
    Anyway congrats Keep it up

  3. Acquila says:

    Well done man of God. God is really working through his servants in Malawi. It’s a time to hold hands n save the nation. Together we can.

  4. siyaghile says:

    I really wonder that does mere people have more money than the Governmet.Shame on you……

  5. Redeemed says:

    I was under the impression that the current government has just folded hands and watch the country suffer, but last night I spoke to my mum and amongst others issues we discussed about was the current situation of the shortage of maize and the role the the government is playing to rescue the situation. Apparently she assured me that the government is doing its best by providing free maize, beans and cooking oil to those destitute and has also regulated the amount of maize that can be accessed by per person, but unfortunately their are those heartless vultures who have spotted an opportunity for self enrichment. She alleged that these vultures who happens to be government employees who are mandated to ensure that the poor citizens who sacrificed their precious time and went to cast their vote for the people they trusted could transform their lives are actually the ones destroying it.
    Another disheartening factor is how biased the media reports these news. We barely read of any sterling jobs by the ruling government.
    Your eye is programmed to only see the negatives. Shame on you.

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