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nkhulande
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nkhulande

The MPs like Kamlepo kalua need to on the ground in his constituency to ensure the program is functional there. if he leaves it in the hands of corrupt council officials his constituents will not benefit at all. unfortunately he is busy fattening his purse with allowances at parliament at the expense of his constituents Let him be there before offloading and monitor the distribution per constituency against the list of beneficiaries. He will be shocked that the list includes mps councillors village heads council officials etcetera. if he is the voie of the voiceless he should go to Rumphi… Read more »

atupele
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atupele

govt should release a report of houses constructed ..how many? where? and by region too…

REAL PATRIOT
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REAL PATRIOT

Kamlepo is always right,truth pains always,but this manbcakkee kamlepo is always right,subsidy ya Malata ndi ya kumudzi kwa amene mumati president wanuyi basii!!!not for the people from the centre and north!!! Vuto ndwe CHILIMA amene unatiyika mmavuto pobera ma vote,may good LORD punish you CHILIMA for this misery you brought us..Malawi, a land of Evil..please Lord help us to have Chakwera as our president.

ALEX
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ALEX

The whole fuss about this project when only 9000 houses have been built…..shame. This project is there just for politicians to bennefit from. Kamlepo is saying the truth, it is partisan and tribalistic since benneficiaries are only from one region

mabusa
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mabusa

How many houses have been constructed in each region