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masha
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masha

the study has shown that 85% in top goverment position are Lomwe, whats the problem here

Sugama sya chipalasya
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Sugama sya chipalasya

I agree with you (Dziko ndi anthu ake) ; most of our NGOs are full of Tumbukas and they are still grant all opportunities at their on entertains. You should know that – Nowadays school is elsewhere; Yaos, Lhomwes, Chewas, Ngonis and Tongas hold Masters Degree as Tumbukas do

when shall other tribes get these opportunities?

is this not corruption???
“Government”

Dziko ndi anthu ake
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Dziko ndi anthu ake

The study has also revealed that 85% of the workers at ActionAid Malawi are Tumbukas from Mzimba and Karonga.
ActionAid, World Vision Malawi, PLAN Malawi, CONCERN, Save the Children, CRS, are all infested by Tumbukas/Mbwenumbwenus.

And you lie that you are an equal opportunities employer!! God should forgive you

Ndanenandanena
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Yes they are tumbukas so what. ? That is why the organization is flourishing !!!!