Mulakho festival celebrated in style
Over the weekend, all roads led to Chonde in Mulanje where the Lhomwe people were commemorating the 6th anniversary to the day they launched their cultural grouping, the Mulhako Wa Alhomwe and it was another unique celebrations.
For the past years, young women who were dancing topless grabbed headlines but this time around they were well covered but some erotic traditional dances which involved ministers and senior government officials was a major highlight as photographers focused on their moves.
The event attended by President Peter Mutharika, whose brother and former president late Bingu wa Mutharika founded the heritage, attended the event.
The main purpose of Mulhako Wa Alhomwe is to revive the cultural values and practices, thus promoting the cultural identity and rediscovering the roots of the Lhomwe people.
Alomwe odya njoka
Amene wakwiya akakolope nyanja ya lake malawi. Alomwe sazatheka!!!
Kodi Atupele, umafuna kuti umutani mzimayiyo pagulu ngati pamenepa? Koma achawaaa. Osachita manyazi?
Atupele kuchita kuyang’ana kumbali kuli kununkha kwa m’khwapa mwa mwana mulomwe….pepa nanga ukanatani poti ukanapanda kupita milandu ya adad ikhoza kuyambiranso?…Ngati uli wina mzimayi yekhayo umutumizireko ka sofia…nanga iwe ukumva bwanji pamene ukudyelera kuwina kwa APM pamene amene anamuvotera APMyo(probably including that lady) ali muumphawi wamtundu umenewo?
Bright and Atupele just want to keep their jobs. They were there to appease Peter. Look at the feet of this woman dancing with Atupele. They look they have never tasted shoes and it is a sign of poverty among the Lomwe.
Thanks for not talking Federation/Succession at your tribe party.Ihope it is in your mind now that it is National issue.FEDERATION IS GOOD for this Nation.
The President spoke like a national leader for once. He needs to do more of that if he really loves this country as a whole
Mulakho wa mabele.