Chewa heritage donate K5m worth relief to flood-hit Lower Shire

The Chewa Heritage Foundation (CHEFO) has donated relief items worth K5 million – courtesy of Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation – to newly constructed camps in flood-hit districts of Chikhwawa and Nsanje.

Mgona Campsite the truck carrying Chefo relief
Mgona Campsite the truck carrying Chefo relief

CHEFO chairman, Professor Kanyama Phiri, said the Chewa people were equally concerned with the devastation.

Kanyama disclosed the donation was made possible with funding from Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation, an American charity.

The donation will help flood survivors camping at Berewu (Chikhwawa) and Mgona (Nsanje).

Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation country director Dr. Moses Khombe said it was because of the trust that they have in CHEFO that made them donate the money.

Chewa Paramount Chief Lundu commended CHEFO for the donation, describing it as timely.

“The donation will go a long way in assisting the affected people living in the camps,” said Lundu.

The donated items included maize flour, blankets and plastic plates.

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munthu
6 years ago

Zikomo pofika kwathuko. Tathokoza heavy.

MMALAWI
MMALAWI
6 years ago

That’s commendable, siza Mlakho zomakaba ndalama za NAC. Go on CHEFO,set good examples of what heritage foundations should do

muzu
muzu
6 years ago

Achewa kuthandiza milakho yakuba. I doubt Mulakho can reciprocate this gesture

cash gate
6 years ago

This Is Interesting Thing Even Though Chief Lundu Denied That He Is Not Of Chewa Tribe While He Is Chewa By Tribe.

yamikani Banda
yamikani Banda
6 years ago

God bless u

prof chirwa
prof chirwa
6 years ago

Good job! Let’s work together to help fellow malawians.

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