Malawi first couple issue heartfelt Easter message: ‘Covid-19 should not weaken our faith in God’

President Peter Mutharika and First Lady have issued a morale boosting message of hope to the nation amid the coronavirus pandemic,

President Mutharika and First Lady released an Easter message on Saturday was filled with hope amid the coronavirus pandemic

The first couple shared their faith  in the unifying power of God, urging Christians  in Malawi and around the world to celebrate Easter  and not weaken the  faith in the power of God to heal the world.

State House press office issued a statement on Saturday through presidential spokesman Mgeme Kalilani.

In the statement, the First Couple said they are mindful that this year’s Easter season comes at a defining moment in  history as the world grapples with the novel  Coronavirus  (Covid-19) which has affected millions of souls globally.

It comes as the number of coronavirus deaths in Malawi hospitals reached two and those affected is rising to dozens.

The First Couple  state  emphatically: “As we commemorate the trials and tribulations of Jesus Christ, his death on the Cross and then his triumph over evil through the Resurrection, let us also lift our hands to God in prayer that we will triumph over this disease.”

The President and the First Lady believe that this is the time to renew the hope that coronavirus will be conquered through this holy week when Jesus Christ conquered death.

President Mutharika and the First Lady explained that, despite the pandemic resulting in the government-implemented curbs to life measures , Malawians  should  adopt” the spirit of sacrifice” shown by Jesus Christ and do all they can to protect themselves and one another from the virus pandemic.

The First Couple  hope that Malawians will use Easter to strengthen their spiritual lives at the time it is being tested by coronavirus.

President and the First Lady call upon religious leaders in the country to use this occasion to preach peace, love and unity among all Malawians at this time of coronavirus and beyond.

The First Couple signed off by wishing everyone of all faiths and denominations a “blessed” Easter.

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Nyekhwe
Nyekhwe
10 months ago

Mfiti za mudziwa Yesu kikikikikikikikiki

Mtete
Mtete
10 months ago

Every patriotic and caring citizen knows the untold harm this pair has done to Malawi. Please don’t utter the word God’ in vain.

Nasingwe
Nasingwe
10 months ago

we hot no 1st couple
we have pitala ndi getu.

BigMan
BigMan
10 months ago

Please update us on bloodsuckers Mr President.

Basa
Basa
10 months ago

Dear Mr President, Would you please make a law to allow Malawians who contribute to the pension scheme to various pension administrators in the country to at least get 40% of their pension contributions when the reach 40?

Big Mbuzi
Big Mbuzi
10 months ago

Just look at them. No social distancing, no face masks, etc. They at highest risk by age. Clueless as usual. What example is this to the Nation?

Chigezero Pure
Chigezero Pure
10 months ago

Pano ndiye mwatchulako Mulungu….. Do you also believe in Jesus Christ???

Chilungamo
10 months ago

Koma chiyambire ndilelokha wayankhulapo zamzeru zina zina zimakhala mbwelera

Chilungamo
10 months ago

The way be is is looking like he is old than Bingu now faces ndine ndekha kaya mwina sindikuona bwino

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