Blue-tiful! Malawi First Lady at swearing-in of President Mutharika’s second term

First Lady Getrude Mutharika spotted royal blue top  with matching head gear and glasses when she accompanied President Peter Mutharika at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre during a swearing- in ceremony for a second five-year term.

First Lady in blue

The First Lady has been subject of ridicule by opposition supporters mostly using social media to attack her fashion sense.

One opposition member was arrested for ‘insulting the modesty of a woman’after attacking the First Lady on Facebook.

But Madam Mutharika has not been fazed as she continues to pull more stunning swag.

On Tuesday, she looked bubbly beside President Mutharika as he took the oath of office a day after the Malawi Electoral Commission declared him the winner of the hotly contested May 21 general elections.

Everton Chimulirenji was also sworn in as vice president at the same ceremony before Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda.

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Achiswe.
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Is this lady African of European? If she is African, she doesn’t look proud to be so. Why the white skin?

Njolo mpilu
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Njolo mpilu

Manja a munthu wina ,nkhope yawina wake. What a combi

chimanga
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Tippex anataikila pa chipewa cha madam

Doloa
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Doloa

Bola adonawa osati aja mai kongelesi amakhala ngati kang’ing’i aja

#i am your next president
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hahahahahahahaahha!!!! eeee koma ndaseka! abale what is this woman wearing ???? she needs a new wardrobe and a new make up artist in this second term !

tosh
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tosh

NDIYE BOLANSO NKAZI WA CHILIMA IZI NDIYE AYI

phakamani mahlambi
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paja ena ananena kale kuti when the designer has watched too much rango!!!!!

CHIMULIRENJI
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CHIMULIRENJI

A Nyasatimes mukutiputatu. Mukufuna ife tinene kuti chani? Bwanji simunaikenso Second lady? ife zomangitsana takana

Suzana
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Suzana

Kodi kani

Jenifer Meke
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Jenifer Meke

Ngati mzukwa, ambi shubaba. Age is taking charge now!

Eduardo, Provincia de Niassa
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Eduardo, Provincia de Niassa

Everyone grows old and you will grow old too if you are lucky.

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