Malawi MP Njobvuyalema chairs SADC Parliamentary Forum

Member of Parliament for Lilongwe Mapuyu; Joseph Njobvuyalema represented Malawi in chairing this year’s Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Parliamentary Forum (SADC-PF), which took place in Durban, South Africa.

Njobvuyalema chairing the SADC Conference
Njobvuyalema chairing the SADC Conference
Malawi delegation to SADC Parliamentary Forum
Malawi delegation to SADC Parliamentary Forum

Njobvuyalema, who is Malawi Congress Party (MCP) finance spokesman, is SADC-PF Deputy President. The forum’s chairman, who is Speaker of Tanzania Parliament failed to attend the meeting.

Speaking to journalists soon after arriving in Malawi, through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe,  Njovuyalema said the meeting was very successful and relevant to Malawi as a Government as a member state.

Njobvuyalema said the theme of the just ended conference was ‘Indoctrination of SADC member States with a view of integration.’

“During the meeting all delegates agreed to strengthen industrisation, now Malawi being the non industrised or light weight industrised country will learn a lot from other heavy industrialised countries like South Africa,” said Njobvuyalema.

Njobvuyalema said the delegates at the conference have also agreed to turn SADC-PF into real legislative body like ECOWAS “where we should be able to make laws which have cross-cutting interest.”

He said the proposed SADC Regional Parliament will only deal with regional matters and will in no way encroach on the sovereign jurisdiction of National Parliaments over their respective domestic legislative business.

“SADC PF would be transformed into a people-centred regional organization as opposed to the current general perception which views it more as an organization for the Executive,” Njobvuyalema said.

In Malawi the delegation composed of six MPs from both ruling and opposition parties.

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rabecca
rabecca
5 years ago

Kkkkk osati kuzunguza!! Ndichibwezi chokhazikika ndi john bande uyu.

gerad kingstong
gerad kingstong
5 years ago

Akuluakulu Koma mp wa zomba central nangozo is beautiful. No wonder wazunguza hon. bande mutu. Search me!! KkkkkkK

mtumbuka1
5 years ago

The so called professor seyani, don’t show your stupidity as your comment is totally misplaced. Are you sure your comment is relevant to the article above? This has nothing to do with tribe and you get so scared with tumbukas who are a minority in this country ( you have a big phobia of the tumbukas yet they have never ruled Malawi owing to the fact that the voting system of Malawi does not give them a shot. They have let you dunderheads rule and fuck up this country to it’s knees and now you have run out of option… Read more »

Dr. Matamula
Dr. Matamula
5 years ago

Mtumbuka nde munthu oyipa number one, Mr Zondiwe take note. Am speaking with full knowledge and experience of working in a Tumbuka infested organization (MZUNI) and having married in Rumphi. Ndi anthu odzikonda otumbwa osimbwa ngati anzeru koma alibe. Kukhalira kuwonera mayeso. Therefore when we complain of tumbukas inu a Zondiwe its not just out of blues. Mumavetsa anthu a mitundu ina kuwawa coz of nkhanza, tsankho and uchinyero wanu.

mnchewa
5 years ago

MCp size ikukana

Tman
Tman
5 years ago

MCP NDI DHILUUUUUU!!!

Xeenoph
Xeenoph
5 years ago

Bravo Njobvuyalema!!!!!!! Awonetse a Malawi kuti ku MCP kulinso anthu a xool, akutha kutsogolera misonkhano ikulu ikulu

Peter Mathanyula
5 years ago

Njovuyatopa is a deal.

makhumula
makhumula
5 years ago

Koma anyasa kukondera bwa?
Simunganene za ma MP enawo olo zina lokha? Mp luka wa Dpp pa zomba nyamata wa fupiyo..
Mp yahaya wa udf pa machinga nyamata wantaliyo. Chi jessie kabwira chinacho koma ayi sidximatipindulira ife kuposa kupindulira okudya ma allowance

Redeemed one
Redeemed one
5 years ago

MCP woyeeeeee…………aliponso wina

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