Stop oppressing the poor, Malawi VP Chilima urges

State Vice President Saulos Chilima has urged Malawians in higher positions to stop oppressing the poor and their juniors at work, observing that such oppression retards the country’s development.

Former President Dr.Bakili Muluzi shares a point with Vice President Saulos Chilima during the funeral ceremony in Zomba while Mkondiwa leftlooks onPicture by Francis Mphweya-MANA.

Former President Dr.Bakili Muluzi shares a point with Vice President Saulos Chilima during the funeral ceremony in Zomba while Mkondiwa leftlooks onPicture by Francis Mphweya-MANA.

Chilima was speaking at the funeral ceremony of late Oscar Mkondiwa, brother to Chief Secretary to the Government George Mkondiwa who passed away at Kamuzu Central Hospital on 15th April after a short illness.

The Vice President tressed that people who work for the good of the nation are always respected and remembered even after their death.

In his condolence message on behalf of the State President Professor Peter Mutharika, Chilima advised the bereaved family to continue living in unity.

Reading the holy message from the book of 1 Kings 2:8-9 and 36-46, Reverend Reynold Mmangisa further urged the family and the citizenry at large to foster pace and unity.

Mmangisa said God expects His people to bring peace and unity through their daily business.

Member of Parliament for Zomba Changalume, John Chikalimba also encouraged people to work together for Malawi to develop.

Chikalimba commended the Vice President for attending the funeral ceremony, further observing that the death of Oscar Mkondiwa had united people of different political affiliations.

Late Mkondiwa who was born in 1965. He survived by a wife and a daughter; had worked at MTL, National Bank and before his demise, he was working at Fish House as a Sales and Operations Manager.

He was buried at his home village Napwanga, Traditional Authority Mlumbe in Zomba District where apart from the Vice president, former president Dr. Bakili Muluzi, Ministers, Principal Secretaries, members of parliament, government officials, thousands of community mebers attended.

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11 thoughts on “Stop oppressing the poor, Malawi VP Chilima urges”

  1. Mtengula says:

    Bwana Chilima mwatilankhulira bwino ife ma civil servants . Kale kunali lamulo lakuti civil servant asakhale more than eight years before promotion. Zinatha kale zimenezi. Anthu akungolira no wonder poor performing civil service because promotion is only for wakwithu.

  2. Winston msowoya says:

    It might sound patriotic and democratic for the so- called Vice President Mr.Chilima to admonish his fellow leaders no to oppress Malawians.But he did not fire the salvos against his fellow leaders including his boss,for exploiting the overwhelming poor of our people who can hardly feed their families day in day out,while the leaders plunder government coffers for their own agrandisement and self interests.Mr.Chilima,please get educated.

  3. Harvey says:

    I believe Mr Chilima knows better about oppression in malawi. 1st government can’t reduce call charges though they are highest ever. Malawians are paying alot of tax money to companies that don’t reach government coffes.Please Mr act now you’re not late.Oppression is at worse.

  4. Observer says:

    What is the connection between oppressing the poor and this funeral? I don’t understand, can someone assist me please?

  5. Too obsessed with Atcheya kutuwa uli mbuuu ngati Chiboli

  6. Phaghlani Vwavwa says:

    Mr Chilima, when it comes to oppressing the poor, there is nothing worse than corruption perpetrated by politicians and civil servants. You see, it’s largely your job now to stop it.

  7. Detective says:

    Not only oppressing the poor anyone one read this comment is agree with me gorvement officer they behave like prostitute in nkhotakota mr nyambosi and mr mhango the ,DPD are found of selling goverment land and put the money in their pockets in KK we have no peace no accontability no trasparent we urge mr vice president to assist us on this essue we so much concerned and we will not stop until this taken out of this district otherwise, they have sold old airport field to the foreghner and rich people please help us bwana.

  8. Charombanthu says:

    Rest in peace Scazo.

  9. Bakili msana uja achira oopps ndidaiwala paja msana umamuvuta kwambiri mlandu ukamalowa mkhothi!

  10. Teacher says:

    Bakili wayamba kuwonekatu masiku ano. Poti milandu inayima. Ubwino wake mulandu suwola.

  11. Kokotowa says:

    He was a good man! Rest in peace my friend!

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