UK-based Air Malawi Cargo donates to floods victims

Malawi’s flagship air cargo carrier, Air Malawi Cargo UK office has donated funds to people in Malawi affected by the devastating floods that hit the Southern African country more than a week ago.

Msamala: Air Cargo Malawi Limited still on

Msamala: Air Cargo Malawi Limited still on

Air Cargo UK country director Steve Msamala has donated £200 to Malawi Association UK (MAUK) an umbrella body for all Malawians in the UK amid their leading involvement in organising a fundraising event in Nottingham this Saturday at Hyson Green Youth Club situated behind Hyson Green ASDA and is along Terrence Street, NG7 6ER.

This means that the money that Air Malawi Cargo has donated to MAUK will be doubled to more than £400 as per the arrangement that Malawi Association UK has made with the British government that every pound raised Her Majesty’s government will double it.

MAUK General Secretary Stepson Mbewe commended Air Malawi Cargo and especially Msamala for the assistance and  asked “ other companies and business captains and entrepreneurs to come forward and support us.”

Msamala Air Malawi Cargo as a Malawian company has a corporate social responsibility in needy times like these.

“As a Malawian company owned by Malawians, our priority is none other than serve the interests of our people who are the owners of the company. We will always strive to help no matter how little where there is need to do so regardless of our business climate,” he said.

Msamala added that for those who want to contact Air Cargo UK Limited their physical address is: X2 Centre, Unit 7 Hatton Cross, Heathrow Airport, TW6 2GE, London, UK and the can be reached on the following telephone numbers+44 2087 599127 (office) and +44 7580 232994 (Mobile) alternatively.

Air Cargo Malawi Limited UK, according to Msamala can also be contacted via the following email: [email protected]  [email protected]uk  [email protected] [email protected] and they can or be found through their Facebook and Twitter.

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12 thoughts on “UK-based Air Malawi Cargo donates to floods victims”

  1. Bravado says:

    £200!! Really?? And that’s newsworthy?

  2. lilian says:

    Steve,you are embarrassing the company.This to me seems its your donation as a person nanga abale headline pa Nyasa times ndi 200 pounds.kkkk

  3. MALAWI says:

    Thanks Steve fir the donation. But why not give all the Malawians in UK the opportunity to send things for the flood victims for free. Please please please Steve.

  4. Ndangoti vuuuuu says:

    A Nyasa musandipatse phwete company ndi company kupeleka 200 pounds

    inu basi nkhaniyo panyuzi. Tiuzeni zina.Kapena mungofuna kumutchukinsa steveyo kkkkkkkkkk

    AIR CARGO WOYEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  5. Chi says:

    They should offer to collect clothes that most living here will be happy to donate and send to malawi for free on their service.

  6. ganimunthu says:

    Mwati makopala walinga?

  7. kwangu says:

    That is good gesture and visibility. You are one of the most trusted cargo carrier

  8. Mmtumbuka opusa says:

    Alibe WEBSITE!!!!!

  9. Ali Chioko says:

    That’s the way to go Steve. We are always proud of the Malawi’s national flag carrier. Pomwe mwachotsapo mulungu akuwonjezereni!

  10. kutonyorera says:

    Ohhhh air malawi liquidated but air malawi cargo still exist! am yet to be taught

  11. BBC says:

    How much is £400 in local currency? I’m so surprised that some big companies and high profile individuals such as government ministers have contributed very less in terms of money but without shame they go and seek media publicity. The money given by this cargo company should be looked at as an advertisement fee to Nyasa Times. Look at how greedy these ministers are, failing to contribute a reasonable amount yet they earn millions kwachas at the expense of the same flood victims and we expect them to be the champions of national developments. It has become so boring that every one contributing to the victims wants his or her name seen in this forum. I have no doubt that this is MALAWI where people value recognition more than anything else, a good example is someone giving himself a fancy title of ‘PROFESSOR’ yet he is just an empty tin. Malawi sadzatheka basi.

  12. owen odinga says:

    Thank you mr msamala.

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