Mary Chilima, Abida Mia, Wa Jeffrey dress to thrill on judgement day

Mary Chilima, wife to UTM Party president Saulos Chilima, on Monday accompanied her husband to court to listen the delivery of the judgement in presidential election nullification petition in a stunning light bronze green skirt and gorgeous top.

Kaliati at the court
UTM President Saulosi Chilima arrives at the ConCourt-pic by Lisa Kadango
Spouse to Sidik Mia greets Chilima at the Court-pic by Lisa Kadango
Abia Mia in a stunning dress at court premises
DPP Secretary General Grezdlar Jeffrey arrives at the Court-pic by Lisa Kadango

Chilima’s wife is known for being one of the most stylish ladies and boasts a huge couture and designer wardrobe.

While Mary Chilima showed off her chic wardrobe by wearing a stylish green outfit, legislator Abida Mia also accompanied her husband Sidik Mia, who is vice president of Malawi Congress Party (MCP) in a stunning dress which fell to just below the ankles.

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) secretary General Gresdler Jeffrey was in a suit of trouser and top while her UTM counterpart Patricia Kaliati was in blue stripped trousers and a top.

They were in constitutional court to listen to the ruling on whether to annul last year’s disputed presidential election results.

The vote in May returned sitting President Peter Mutharika to power, sparking widespread protests by the opposition, who says the polls were rigged.

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tung'ande
tung'ande
7 months ago

You mean a journalist worth his salt can waste time with such trush. Come on guys there more you can write by unwrapping the stupid ruling by the five judges.

Nelson
7 months ago

you guys, must be crazy even God almighty says love your neighbor as you love yourself he mean you have to take care yourself then that wealthy over flow yeah she looking good even angels are happy to see the creation look like that kkkk thats why by help of angels admiration things went own the way it did

Nzeru Radio Limbe
Nzeru Radio Limbe
7 months ago

Do Mrs Mia, Mrs Climila have any understanding of the poverty and suffering of the ordinary Malawian? Turning up in dresses as if they were attending a wedding. This is obscene and sickening! Turning up to a Court for a Judgement which will surly divide our nation further along party lines. Shameful/

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
7 months ago

I think you’re joking when did you, yourself go to bed hungry because your neighbors dont have food?????? Do you want to say one I’d supposef to dress in rugs to understand the depth of poverty????? If you’re blessed the only thing one is supposed to do I’d to share with the needy not that you must be in tattered clothes to appreciate poverty. Where on earth it works that way?????

Chris
Chris
7 months ago
Reply to  Keen Observer

Stupid reasoining beffiting a savage…what’s the connection there….kukula mopusa uku

Sahara
Sahara
7 months ago

So you wanted them to wear rugs? Are you stupid? This is a historic event and there will be pictures taken for history books and you want them to look ruggedy? Which planet do you come from?

An Ordinary Malawian
An Ordinary Malawian
7 months ago
Reply to  Sahara

Paid commentators. With no understanding of what is said. I think its Mrs Mia and Chilima posting the above comments. Indeed it was not a fashion show. It’s like they were attending a funeral dressed in bikinis. Showing off. How much do they have in common with 95 percent of Malawians. Nothing.

kanchenga
kanchenga
7 months ago

Really are you serious. Some jokes are better off not being told

Rich
Rich
7 months ago

iwe uku kunalibe malilo aise
oastiso ku chiliza ayi
wagwa nawo limodzi ana a adadi

UTM
UTM
7 months ago

Deal with it… naweso ukanatha kutchena Palibe anakumanga

Lee
Lee
7 months ago

Koma mutu wako ukugwira bwinobwino? Iwe suuvala coz others are poor? You dont eat coz others are hungry? And ironically wangoonetsa umbuli wako coz the two ladies you have mentioned are philanthropists with so many evidence (check ur dictionary ngati chizungu chakudutsa).. besides, zobera ma vote zinachitikazi dont u think zinalinso zopanga divide nation? Of all people dressed smartly ku court’ku and allthe hundreds of people ku courtku, why have u just chosen to pin-point the two with ur salvage message of dividing the nation? Mxiiiii… were u writing ths aricle hungry, sleepy? Or drunk? Mxiii

Shawn
Shawn
7 months ago

Udya manyi ase

Mtonga Mwana
Mtonga Mwana
7 months ago

No wonder you call yourself Nzeru Radio. Osangokakhala ndi ambuyako ku Ndata bwanji?

Nyoloka
Nyoloka
7 months ago

Its not their fault that you are in that shape…. shame

An Ordinary Malawian
An Ordinary Malawian
7 months ago
Reply to  Nyoloka

You are all defending the indefensible. Are the ladies Nzeru has written about? Or agents instructed to comment. With heads like yours Malawi will always be poor.

Kantu Patel
Kantu Patel
7 months ago

Mrs Mia is an overtly ambitious lady. Malawians should wait and see how she will behave.

Ghost of Democracy
Ghost of Democracy
7 months ago
Reply to  Kantu Patel

Defenders of Mrs MIa & Mrs Chilima do not understand that the judgement was not a wedding to go dressed up as they were. Please people learn to demand better conduct from our leaders and their wives. That is how you get leaders who rig elections and engage in corruption. Malawians will always fail as a nation.Why are we the poorest country in the world? Because of bootlickers like those of you defending these 2 ladies and their showing off.

Gongoni Wakuda
Gongoni Wakuda
7 months ago

Galu iwe

Tiger Blood
Tiger Blood
7 months ago
Reply to  Gongoni Wakuda

Nyanis all those bootlicking the 2 ladies and the politicians

Wako Wako
Wako Wako
7 months ago
Reply to  Tiger Blood

Tiger you are right too many bootlickers in Malawi that’s why this is the land of Dictators and Cashgate. Always praise singers and too much ‘Yes Bwana and Yes Donna’. Just bootlickers.

Citizen
Citizen
7 months ago

Azifinyika Malaya otchenera ali nawo? Tamapangani reason bwino

Hon. Nyaphapi One
7 months ago

The ruling is taking too long. I am going to take a nap. See you.

wa Nyau
wa Nyau
7 months ago

okazi o chakwera kulibe? amatchenasotu mayi aja kkkkk

Red Shirt
Red Shirt
7 months ago
Reply to  wa Nyau

Amakhala ngati agogo ake a Lazaro 🤧🤧🤧

Sahara
Sahara
7 months ago
Reply to  Red Shirt

She’s more educated than most cadets and pumbwas

Citizen
Citizen
7 months ago
Reply to  Sahara

Tukamba zotchenatu osati maphunziro. Ngati mufuna tikambe za maphunziro ingoneneni. Don’t mix issues apa.

wakalekale
7 months ago

njala iyi, tizikamba za zovala za munthu?

Nsikidzi
Nsikidzi
7 months ago
Reply to  wakalekale

I concur with you. Za zii…Let’s talk of real issues here.

chimulilenji
chimulilenji
7 months ago
Reply to  wakalekale

alakwisa ndi uyu akutsanzika leloyu

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