Atupele honours K1m pledge to musician Kachigamba, says Namadingo

Politician  Atupele Muluzi has honoured his K1 million pledge that he made towards the fundraising drive to be used for cancer medical expenses for budding musician William Kachigamba which is being championed by fellow artist Patience Namadingo.

Atupele Muluzi honoured his pledge 

Muluzi made an online pledge on Tuesday during a livestream of Namadingo’s temporary stay as a statue at the Mahatma Gandhi and Masauko Chipembere junction near Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre.

Namadingo confirmed that Muluzi honoured his pledge  but could not physically handover the money to him at the statue site on Thursday as he earlier announced.

The United Democratic Front ( UDF) leader  failed to make it on time as by the set 4 PM time he was still in transit from Lilongwe.

Muluzi then called Namadingo informing him of his situation and indicated that he will just transfer the money online which he did minutes later.

“Very grateful to  Atupele Muluzi for living to his word. He has honoured his K1 million pledge and this will go along way to achieve the intended purpose,” said Namadingo.

Namadingo has raised over the targeted K3 million in the fundraising drive.

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Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
21 days ago

Oops! Just stumbled on the article, is the guy still around? I mean atupele. Forgotten all about him.

Chautaamalanga
18 days ago

I play songs by Namadingo in my little Suzuki everyday.What I don’t like is the nature of strategy he has taken.Am very sure somebody is grooming this youngman for either a running mate position of some dead party very soon.However, the way Namadingo is doing it is such that every day he is in the public’s space.Zimenezi sizikuthandizani.Ngati mukufuna kulowa ndale join the club of liers and looters openly and not hide under charity that makes one famous for a mere MK3M.

Chimwene wa Anabanda ku Joni
Chimwene wa Anabanda ku Joni
22 days ago

We should have our own hospitals otherwise poor people will be at the mercy of the rich and that is not attainable situation is it?

Nyazige
Nyazige
22 days ago

May the good Lord bless namadingo, ndizosowa izi

James Banda
James Banda
22 days ago

Is Atu still alive?

machina
machina
22 days ago

How about the many Malawians who have no one to fund raise for them, 6yrs of failed DPP government is costing lives

Mogasa
Mogasa
17 days ago
Reply to  machina

Chitsiru iwe MCP vs DPP walamula for so long ndani? Mbuzi iwe eti

Mbava
Mbava
22 days ago

if you had built a state of the art cancer center when you were in power, people would not have to beg to go to foreign countries for cancer treamentt

nafundo zalo
nafundo zalo
21 days ago
Reply to  Mbava

paja JB anati amanga cacikulu mu aflika .uno alipo ankawana.iza kuti awamangila. phuma basi kungotisiyad
siya. bodza lopanda nalo manyazi

Nyasi
Nyasi
20 days ago
Reply to  nafundo zalo

we are talking about the 6yrs that these mbava were in power. Inu mukukamba za JB????

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