Desperate Usisya community turn to Chilima for help

Communities at Usisya, north of Nkhatabay district, have bemoaned the dire situation their health centre is in and have since asked UTM Party president Dr Saulos Chilima to take them out of this misery once voted into power on May 21 during Tripartite Elections.

Chilima on Imbizo at Bula
Chilima said he had seen the road for himself as he drove all the way to the area
Chilima and his wife Mary attended prayers at St Andrews CCAP Church of the Livingstonia Synod.
Chilima on Imbizo in Usisya

Speaking at the UTM imbizo tour on Sunday one of the community members Zoto Siska, said their health centre has been reduced to a mere building which used to be a healthy facility,  due to lack of facilities and equipment for the facility to perform it’s functions satisfactorily.

“When one is admitted, you are told to bring a lighting bulb,  mosquito net,  and mattress on top of looking for drug money, that’s why we will vote you into power on 21st May, because we believe you are the only true son of Malawi with the welfare of Malawians at heart,”said Zoto.

He wondered why government abondons them like this when they are also Malawians who pay taxes just like everyone else.

Another community member Sunday Mhone complained about the poor state of their only road which is impassable during a good part of the rainy season.

“Lack of proper transportation is a threat to both our lives and livelihood because we can’t access better health services in time of need and we can’t take our commodities which are mostly perishable, to good markets all the because of the poorly road and unreliable boats on the lake,” said Mhone.

Meanwhile,  Chilima has since promised better and modern means of transportation as well as improving their livelihood once voted into power in the  May watershed elections.

“No citizen of this country is supposed to live in such dare situation 54 years after independence,” said Chilima.

“After we get into power in two months time,  you will have better transport services both water and road because it’s your taxes which will develop this area not me,  I will just help to lead the development,” UTM leader added.

Chilima, who is the first presidential candidate and very high ranking government official, in history to have visited the area by road,  said he had seen the road for himself as he drove all the way to the area and will make sure that next time he comes to the area, people are happy and not afraid anymore to use their own road.

UTM leader also said it is the government’s responsibility to ensure better health services for every citizen and his administration t will live up to that expectation.

On Sunday morning,  Chilima and his wife Mary attended prayers at St Andrews CCAP Church of the Livingstonia Synod.

On his way back from Usisya, he had Imbizos at Bula and Bigha.

Chilima is visiting the northern region and held political rallies and Imbizos in Mzimba and Rumphi on Friday and Saturday respectively.

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ANALYST
ANALYST
2 years ago

CHILIMA CAN NOW PROMISE ANYTHING….HE IS DESPERATE , AND HAS NO TIME LEFT..

BigMan
BigMan
2 years ago

Dear President Mutharika Sir, you have lost the north.

Mmeneri Yesaya
Mmeneri Yesaya
2 years ago

You can know when MCP supporter comment here. One guy has commented several times using different names 😂😂😂
I understand your frustration MCP guys. You thought mfundoless Chakwera will walk it into govt until Chilima came on the scene. A Chakwera kumangochedwa ndi tivizunhu , mwana uyu wabwera ndi mfundo zofuna kusintha Malawi. Tsoka ilo MCP iliranso chaka chino Chilima akaiphula game. Mmalo mopanga campaign, muli busy kumunyoza pamene SKC is penetrating the whole country. Paja munkati UTM ndi chipani cha pa social media. Mukoza nkozo wa magazi simunati

Bishop msunduni
2 years ago

Mungonamiza .Every where nditukula and you think this will happen!Akawina he never make such visits.He will be untouchable. Wait and see!

SONA
SONA
2 years ago

CHILIMA WILL BE THE MOST FRUSTRATED MAN ….IN THESE ELECTIONS…..

TO HELL WITH THESE CROOKS…..IZI NDI ZA OKHAWO OMWE MUTU SIYIKUGWIRA

amigo
amigo
2 years ago
Reply to  SONA

ukulimbikilatu kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

winston msowoya
winston msowoya
2 years ago

CHILIMA AND USISYA FORWARD EVER AND BACKWARD NEVER !!!!!!!! firstlty,I would sincerely share my grief upon the recent calamity fallen on our dear brothers and sisters of the South of Malawi.No words would have prevented the catastrophy fallen on our brothers, from such wanton disaster in the history of our beloved mother Malawi and may GOD THE Almighty keep the souls and spirits of our fallen Malawians in peace and we are ready to meet them again when our days are also called UPPON AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!! i would also congratulate our Usisya brothers and sisters for the impressive and farsighted well-come… Read more »

VOTER
VOTER
2 years ago

CHILIMA AND HIS TEAM OF CROOKS ARE GOING NOWHERE….
CHAKWERA IS THE MAN ON THE SEAT COME MAY 21

SONA
SONA
2 years ago

GO CHILIMA …..WELL DONE …….TAKE ADVANTAGE OF PEOPLES POVERTY …..PROMISE THEM EVERYTHING ……THIS IS COMPAIGN….

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE DISASTER IN THE SOUTHERN REGION……..THIS IS YOUR CHANCE………WHAT MATTERS IS WINNING NOW WE DONT HAVE TIME…

SYMPA
SYMPA
2 years ago

I DON’T SEE HOPE IN THESE CROOKS………………….

Mmalawi weniweni
Mmalawi weniweni
2 years ago
Reply to  SYMPA

Well among all the crooks in all the front runner parties, to me these are the lesser evil. And I see much hope in these guys, politics aside

CESSPOOL SIMALOTO
CESSPOOL SIMALOTO
2 years ago

Inkuzi wena indhlovu Chilima uyasebenzele sonke lapha esizwe sethu ntchito ilipo Usisya suffered heavily not only because of its geographical inaccessibility Kanyama was being by MCP leadership to simply forget about the place. Penetrate the place your crown won’t fall it is time we forgot the Savage MCP politics of retributions

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