Keep calm, Malawi President  Mutharika turns 76: Private birthday at State House

State House is today July 18 hosting a private party for President Peter Mutharika who has turned 76 years of age.

President Peter Mutharika : Turns 76
President Peter Mutharika : Turns 76

Mutharika’s relatives and close friends are expected to attend.

However, State House officials were not forthcoming when asked what special food awaits the President and if he has special clothes to wear on his birthday.

He is celebrating his birthday amid fierce criticism from other quarters of society because of the slow pace in bringing the economy back to the track.

The high inflation, unstability of the  kwacha and high bank interest rates have pushed the cost of life up, hurting the poor and the vulnerable most.

This means the President will be a year less from being octogenarian at 80 when he will be seeking reelection in 2019 presidential polls.

Nyasa Times wishes the Malawi leader a happy birthday.

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helmes
helmes
4 years ago

Wy asking about the food and cloths, this is not journalism but obsession.

Fort Med
4 years ago

Happy birthday my beloved President

Fortunate Simeon
4 years ago

Happy birthday our beloved President

Bongololo
Bongololo
4 years ago

…behold the threshold, one foot in the grave…

The Patriot
The Patriot
4 years ago

Food at the birthday party: zicheche ndi mbewa!

kabishuda
4 years ago

nonsense!!!! koma ku bed zikuthekako?… osamngopanga celebrate ma birthday apa!!! mwatha basi.. mwakalamba inu

finale wa kabaza (cargo rider)

“This means the President will be a year less from being octogenarian at 80 when he will be seeking reelection in 2019 presidential polls”
zizunguzizungu asa! masukulu amakonowa akuononga zinthu

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