I am tired of poverty, say Mutharika: Mitundu to have rural hospital and police station

President Arthur Peter Mutharika says his government will construct a rural hospital and police station at Mitundu in Lilongwe to enhance security of the area.

Mutharika stressing a point
DPP women in blue
EU Elections observers

Mutharika was speaking Saturday at Mitundu Trading Centre during a whistle-stop tour of various areas in Lilongwe rural.

The President said he has no political enemy in the country except poverty hence initiating policies and programmes aimed at spurring socio-economic development of the country.

He cited Social Cash Transfer and Decent and Affordable Housing programmes as aimed at improving people’s livelihoods in rural areas.

Mutharika said he had defied calls to sell maize abroad because he had a vision that people in rural areas would need it in future in case of disasters that hit many parts of the country.

He said if he had sold maize to in line with the wishes of opposition parties, government would not have enough to distribute to people affected by recent floods.

Mutharika said he will continue all the social security programmes which opposition parties say are bad once voted into power again because the programmes serve the poor.

“I am tired of poverty,” Mutharika told people in all the places he stopped.

“My government will construct 193 community technical colleges, rural hospitals and 250 secondary schools; seven in each district,” he added.

DPP’s candidate in the forthcoming parliamentary elections for the constituency Bintony Kutsaira said the party has gained popularity in the central region gauging from the crowd that gathered at Mitundu

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phakamani mahlambi
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take this old zombie seriously at your own peril!!!

Mpesa
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Mpesa

Chipani chopanda chisoni. Kuba kupha kutukwana amayi.

By the way if you are indeed a good leader why not speak to Ben Phiri about his action. Kutukwana former president and First Lady.

Mpesa
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Mpesa

Tired of poverty while your Party is busy abusing government resources.

Komatu pa 21 you are going.

Ana a Dad have destroyed Malawi pushing Malawi further into poverty.

Chipani chopanda chiso

Favour of Yahweh
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Yes our president. We are tired of poverty. God has put you in to take us out of poverty. You are putting infrastructure and rural electrification so that I don’t have to move to cities and towns to run business but straight in my home villages. Good roads will boost the economy, no more letting the produce to rot or go bad because I can’t reach out the market or people cannot come to my area because of poor roads. E Rural electrification will help SME to grow. You are there to stay for the next term., and that is… Read more »

Roll out ATI now
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Roll out ATI now

We know you’re tired with poverty bcoz you stole a lot from Malawians. You stole tractors, you stole K145 Million. You K355 billion

Make Malawi Great
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Make Malawi Great

Yes we can see his tired of poverty rooting 145 million and 5 cars from Police deals!

Chilungamo
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Chilungamo

They want to steal and loot more, paja anthu awa sidzimawakwanira. Insatiable appetite to loot and steal

Check mate!
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Check mate!

Hahahahaha you’re not tired of poverty just look at your term in office??? Let’s contrast your preformance i mean look around you & introspect with conviction. Malawians are in a chaotic state where poverty bites them daily & you have the audacity to say you’re tired of poverty! No no no no…. you’ve taken us for granted! You’ve degraded us & crushed destinies of suffering future generations. Malawi needs a Servant leadership not a so called bwana with a big man syndrome who rides on empty promises. You’ve failed in all aspects of microeconomics & basic infrastructure. Zipitani basi period!

Mmora Muona
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Mmora Muona

Tired of poverty? Since when Mr President as the nation know that you live in your own country(mlakho wa a Lhomwe )within Malawi? You can’t fool all the people all the time. It’s time.

Mangochi kabwafu
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Mangochi kabwafu

Chitsilu NTCHONA uyu.

Charlie Hebdo
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Charlie Hebdo

Whose poverty? Your own and that of your kinsmen and those of your wife I guess. While the masses are suffering, you are living in extreme luxury, giving each other jobs not because they qualify but because they are your relatives or are your party royalists. Don’t waste your breadth. We know what to do next month on the 21st.

Mbolo Sidwala
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Mbolo Sidwala

Getting tired in the fifth year? Too late to save Jerusalem. Dzanja lalemba, kwawo gule, kwawo gule.