Atupele consoles Ntcheu bereaved families of fatal accident victims
President Peter Mutharika’s running mate Atupele Muluzi has consoles families of Ntcheu fatal accident pledging government’s continued support to the families that lost their relations.
Six people have been confirmed dead after two heavy duty vehicles collided about a kilometer before Ntcheu Boma on Tuesday. Two others were injured by a runway truck on Monday,
Speaking on Wednesday when he joined the bereaved family and mourners in Ntcheu, Muluzi said President Mutharika is deeply concerned with the accident which killed productive citizens who could have contributed to the country’s development.
Muluzi also took some time to visit one injured patient at the hospital , the other victim was discharged.
“I express my deep sympathy on behalf of President Mutharika. He is saddened by these deaths. This is a tradegy for Ntcheu and the nation as a whole. We mourn with them,”he said
Muluzi said President Mutharika has ordered that government meet all funeral arrangement costs like coffins and transport as it’s a national tragedy.
The deceased ages ranges from 18 to 55 years of age.
A family representative for the six families that has lost their beloved one pleaded with government to consider constructing a by-pass road for trucks as accidents are happening frequently after an accident like the same occurred last year where lives were also lost.
Muluzi also consoled the bereaved familes with cash.
Munakapitanso ku maliro a banja munapha ku Lilongwe or at least agogo kupepesa through president Mgeme.
Malawi forces all vehicles to have Liability Insurance yet the President would prefer spending Government money NOT the INSURANCE Money that had been paid by the owners of the Vehicle’s. It’s a national tragedy when someone is killed through automobile accident WHY is it that other accidents are NOT GETTING THIS ATTENTION. Election Gimic
Which insurance covers people dying from seating at the back of a lorry on the m1 road???? Musamayankule zopepela.just be thankful someone has helped these poor people. Whether it was Chilima or Atupele. Anthuwa ndi amalawi anzathu ndipo Zovuta zawawonekela mwadzidzi. Inu Kwanu Zovuta sizimachitika?
Thankful yes, BUT WHAT is Insurance for if NOT to compensate the Injured including the dead
The face of Muluzi is not presidential..Like a frog
What about those injured akukafuna nchito. The government called them for interviews which were poorly arranged
Koma na pa nthawi ya campaign anthu amafuna kuwoneka abwino, woganizira anthu bwanji? Eishhhhh 🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️
Nde pali runningmate wina wandevu zachona amakonda kubwela usiku kuzapepesa maliro atavala tinted glasses.
Fair play but makes me wonder why you did nothing for the arson victims in LLW. Is it because the culprits are the untouchable cadets?
That one Was man made by the victims boss.no need to waste time.
Are u very sure of what you are saying here?
Again poor planning people are not supposed to be selling on Main road Like M1. This is not the first time accidents have occurred on M1 roads which affect people who are selling things along the road.
Wrong. The victims boss had nothing to do with it. It was some big brother aided by someone tirelessly trying to make a mark in DPP
Government decided to respect the deceased’s and not embarrass the family. That man was illegally selling diesel in his house and it caught fire. now what do you want government to do?
Ukunama he was not involved in the selling of diesel. Did you give him diesel to sell. Why are Akapokola quite. They are trying to cover up because they know who did kill TAMBALA FAMILY. NSUNDWE WOMEN WERE RAPED BUT UP TO NOW NO ARREST.