Dossi adds chorus to Mutharika ‘praise singing’ in Parliament: ‘Malawi under wise and dynamic leadership of Adad  Professor delivery’

Member of Parliament for Chikwawa West, Susan Dossi, has  joined a lengthening list of legislators singing praise of  President Peter Mutharika when contributing to the State of the Nation Address (Sona), saying though she was voted in th House as an independent legislator, she will support the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)-led government and also Mutharika.

Susan Dossi: I am supporting President Mutharika, Adad, Professor Delivery
K8 billion Chapananga Bridge project across Mwanza River in Chikwawa

In his State of the Nation Address (Sona) during the opening of the First Meeting of the 48th Session of Parliament in Lilongwe on Friday, the President talked about how government intends to tackle corruption, grow the economy, improve health delivery service, education, put food on people’s tables, improve transport infrastructure, energy and mining sector and the need for peace.

Making her contribution, Dossi said  Madam Second Deputy Speaker, the people of Chapananga in Chikwawa West have seen transformation under the “wise and dynamic leadership” of President Mutharika, Adad, Professor Delivery.”

She said on transport infrastructure, the people of Chikwawa West are the primary beneficiary of the pride of Chapananga; the Chapananga Bridge – the longest bridge in the country launched recently.

“ I would like to commend the President His Excellency Professor Arthur Mutharika, for delivering his promise by giving us this bridge.  Presidents came, they promised, they used it as a campaign tool, but they failed to deliver.

“Professor Delivery came, he promised and he delivered. The people of Chikwawa West shall forever remember our visionary leader; a leader who has the welfare of people at heart; a leader who has brought smiles to the people of Chikwawa West by giving us the longest bridge in Malawi, the pride of Chapananga.”

She pointed out that several people died on Mwanza River when they tried to cross between Chibisa and Chimwanjale Ward, particularly during the rainy reason.

“ They were also facing challenges when transporting goods and other farm produce. It used to be a nightmare but it is now a story of the past.  I remember when I was 12 during my school holidays; I could not have been here by now.  I could have been dead because I drowned on this river,” said Dossi, a daughter of former Cabinet minister  Moses Dossi, who also served as MP for the constituency

She said with the construction of the Chikwawa Chapananga Road which is currently underway, 5 kilometres from Thumba to Fombe, the government will consider completing the road up to Chikombe Border.

“This is a road where the pride of Chapananga, the Chapananga Bridge, which has changed the state of affairs, lies on and the completion of this road will enhance trade between Malawi, Mozambique and South Africa.

On energy and mining development,  Dossi commended the DPP-led government for the Malawi Rural Electrification Programme which has benefitted the people of Changoima, Chikweu and Gawa Health Centre, saying eople of Gola and Chikombe, MRA, Kalima are waiting to benefit from this programme as well.

She also praised government for the construction of 250 health centres across which will improve access to health services throughout the country.

On education and skills development, the construction of 250 new secondary schools across the country as promised by the President will be a great achievement and that the construction of a secondary school per constituency will be a success story in the education sector in Malawi.

Dossi concluded her contributions by saying that she wishes Mutharika “long life, good health and may God guide him in the next five years up to 2024 wooo!”

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Neno
Neno
1 year ago

K20,000,000 mungalephele kulakhula nayo zimenezi mayi….

Richie
1 year ago

Bravo hon Susan Dossi this is what we constituents expect from you
Osati enawa akulubwalubwa
Kodi a MCP mumalephera kugwirizana ndi a chilima before elections
Mr chakwera anakakhala vice wa a chilima
There can only be one president

gwenenthe mwale
gwenenthe mwale
1 year ago

MWADYA MWATIKWANA INU A DPP
STUPID!!!!

THE APOSTLE
1 year ago

DEAR READERS I AM PISSED OFF BY THIS WOMAN WHO IS CALLING HIMSELF AS A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT IN CHIKHWAWA WEST- CHAPANANGA. I WAS BORN IN THIS AREA AND GREW UP THERE,,IN 2014 I PARTICIPATED IN THE GENERAL ELECTIONS VIA MY VIBRANT LEADER DR. JAMES NYONDO. THOUGH IT DID WORK FOR US BUT WHAT SHE HAS SAID IN HER MAIDEN SPEECH IS TOTAL TRASH ….. THE BRIDGE IN QUESTION WAS INITIATED BY DR. KAMUZU BANDA IN THE 1990s. I HAVE RECOMMENDATIONS IN OFFICE OF THE DC AT CHIKHWAWA COUNCIL SHE CAN GO AND SEE THAT. BAKILI MULUZI FAILED TO IMPLEMENT… Read more »

Bobly
Bobly
1 year ago
Reply to  THE APOSTLE

SO WHAT???????

Joloza
1 year ago
Reply to  THE APOSTLE

Madala osangoyambanso kampeni bwanji kkkkk. Ayi takudziwani ndathokoza

Charie
Charie
1 year ago

Zoona Mama Dpp ndi boma lanuno zedi ma haters nde tatopa nawo

JOSEPH CHAGOMELANA
1 year ago

BRAVO DOSSI BRAVO, KUNENA ZOWONA WAMASO NDIYE AKUONA KOMA ENAWA WAKULA NDI MTIMA WANSANJE. CHIMTIMA CHANKWIDZI CHOSAYAMIKA.

Bonney Phiri
Bonney Phiri
1 year ago

Zaziiii tikuonerani 2024 zipitani

MWANANVEKHA
MWANANVEKHA
1 year ago

To hell with your blind loyalty…. akupatsani chi banzi and you have forgotten the people who voted for you, adadi…… adadi ndiye kuti cha??

Mbolo
Mbolo
1 year ago

She is beautiful but supports K4 billion theft .Awo sanawine azamangwidwa.

Njolo mpilu
Njolo mpilu
1 year ago

Mmene ankabera tate wako waulesi uja , zioneka

Charie
Charie
1 year ago
Reply to  Njolo mpilu

Ziwoneka liti inu ife nde ngwathu ulendo ngwa patsogolo basi osati mmbuyo

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