Indian community in Malawi urges peace, coexistence

Members of Indian Community in Malawi has been persuaded to continue promoting peace and coexistence with other groups  as one way of showing appreciation  to their country’s freedom fighters.

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Speaking  during the commemoration of India’s 72n Independence Day celebrayions at Indian Countey Club in Lilongwe,  Jayesh Patel, said the country’s freedom fighters showed love and selflessness to free the country.

Patel, who is a senior member of the community, said the the only way to reflect their good sacrifice is to co-exists with other groups and promote love.

The Indian Independnece day falls on August 15.

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Francis
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You are busy looting the resources, mistreating your workers, being racist. Leaving in isolation and preach co-exists. That’s very funny. Enjoy while you can. But time is coming for when new leaders will take power and sweep out all corrupt people.

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Says the community which chooses to live in isolation to Malawians.

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😂😂😂😂…..coming from the guys responsible 4 propagating 2/3rds of our corruption and forex externalisation ……your great grandchildren will pay dearly for this someday

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Melendo wolemekezela anali ndani

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