Malawi VP Chilima says leadership requires humility, perseverance

State vice president Saulos Chilima has hinted that good leadership requires humility and perseverance.

Chilima: Humility vital in leadership

Chilima said this Saturday night in Lilongwe during the induction of a new Lilongwe Rotary Club president Tchuka George Mwale.

“People should be inspired by what you intend to do. People will judge you by the tenacity and hard work,” he said.

He asked the club to continue with its charity work in health, education and social, among other sectors.

Rotary club has been in Malawi doing charity work for the past 100 years.

Chilima however avoided commenting on political issues as he is to lunch a new political movement on July 21 in Lilongwe.

He is set to officially announce his resignation from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party, a party that propelled him into the vice presidency this week.

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santana
santana
3 years ago

Mr Chilima are sure the Masangwis and the Winikos can change this country? What a choice of party founders!!!

malawi
malawi
3 years ago

To have a bad legacy of rigging elections is not a good leadership that we want from youthful leaders.
To use a personal assistance to rig Mchinji by elections is not a good leadership we want

#DzukaniAmalawi
#DzukaniAmalawi
3 years ago

Bwana Chilima, the time for talking is long over. The train is moving is you’re busy lecturing to the people who already know the qualities of a true leader. Malawians are expecting action on the ground. Go and win the hearts of the people and let your work be testimony to the theories you’re busy articulating. Theories don’t bring peace, food, shelter or dignity to the people.

Huwee
Huwee
3 years ago

People talk about Servant Leadership, Transformational Leadership but there is only one man practicing Enlightened Leadership…. Thus getting to the heart of the matter.The problems we face today can not be solved at the same level we were at when we created them.We do not need to teach people to disrespect a sitting president to change thing thus childish because you will need the same respect when you get there.
Talk talk is cheap Mr President continue with the infrastructure development etc

Ncilima is finished
3 years ago

He already resigned from doo. Announcing Will not make any difference at all

#DzukaniAmalawi
#DzukaniAmalawi
3 years ago

One doesn’t have to be a political leader to make a difference in people’s lives. If anyone has failed to make an impact in his day to day life, there’s no way they would be able to do so even when they’re in political office. You can judge people by the work they do outside political office.

Samuel
Samuel
3 years ago

I agree with you. Never be cheated that politicians are up to the benefit of Malawians. It’s up to us to change our mindset. We define our destiny and work for it. Mbavazi zizingotipusisa chomwechi. Tigwire ntchito ndimanja athu ndipo Mulungu adatidalitsa. Andale akupanga zao CSOS akupanga zao. Ati madonazi akupanga zao. Aliyense akupanga nchere wake. Alendo akubwera dziko muno alibe kalikonse. Ife tiapasa malo, akulima, akupanga mabizinezi awo ndipo akulemela ife tikuona. Amalawi tiribize kombera mmanja andale kuyesa kuti ndi thandizo lopezekelatu. Akawina atithawe, atiponye miyala. Pulezident opma Bakili Muluzi adati vuto liri ndi amalawi ndi losachedwa kuiwala., Tilibe… Read more »

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