Mulli paid courtesy call on Malawi ex-president Muluzi: ‘Unity ideal for progress’

Business magnate and managing director of Mulli Brothers Limited (MBL) Leston Mulli on Sunday visited retired president Bakili Muluzi at his BCA private residence in Blantyre in what he calls a courtesy call.

Mulli (L) paid a courtesy call on Muluzi at his BCA residence
Mulli (L) paid a courtesy call on Muluzi at his BCA residence

While confirming the visit to Nyasa Times, the Mulhako wa Alhomwe board of trustees’ chairperson Mulli said he went to wish Muluzi a happy new year and felt so important to seek some wisdom from the former president on a number of issues aft.

“Muluzi has a lot of experience in business and leadership and I felt I should go to him for a courtesy call.

“Muluzi is a very important person in this country who should never be ignored” said Mulli.

However, he refused to divulge the actual details of the courtesy call.

Mulli has lots of business interests in Malawi ranging from transport, agriculture, manufacturing and general supplies of goods.

He said Muluzi was in his jovial self, cracking jokes and offering advice on national unity for the country to record meaningful development.

Mulli said in their discussions, Muluzi also stressed on what President Peter Mutharika raised in his New Year’s message that violence and political vandalism was creating poverty instead of ending it.

He said Malawians should have hope in 2020 as the county is set to make progress after the government erected economic building blocks over the past five years.

Muluzi governed Malawi from 1994 to 2004.

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MORCY B
MORCY B
1 year ago

chair… ndi biggy palibenso amatha mkulu ameneyu….

Joni
Joni
1 year ago

so what’s the news here???? Why publicizing it? Who’s Mulli afterall and then the visit, what’s special? Wakuba kukawona mzake wakubanso kkkkkkkkk pa Malawi, how about the lower Shire “amphibians”? kkkkkkk

Mjonanje
Mjonanje
1 year ago

Eastern region, Eastern region, tapusitsidwa kokwanira ndi anzathu awa. Muluzi stop taking us for a ride. Munativulitsa ulemu wathu chifukwa chozikonda. Eastern region musaphe UDF our political identity m dzina lakuti atimangira bwalo la ndege, ma hotela…brain washing us..NO!. Any kind of development ndi udindo wa boma osati zopherana chipani apa.

Chiya
Chiya
1 year ago

The root cause of the misery of Malawians is that fool Bakili! Infact his greed brought about other equally dense fools like the Muntharikas and Mulli. Their stupid tribal grouping has now turned Formerly respected Folks like Thom Mpinganjira into criminals. Fortunately milandu sinayambe yawolapo! Look at what is happening in Kenya and other such countries, people are being arrested long after retirement. Tcheya has managed to bring down with him a lot of greedy people from the southern region including his own son. He has fooled you to believe that you are protecting And promoting your tribe when you… Read more »

josh jackson
josh jackson
1 year ago
Reply to  Chiya

mwayankhula ngati inu oyera ngati mai maria…. Ona chisoso chili mmaso mwako.

PP litete
PP litete
1 year ago

That’s very good

Gertrude
Gertrude
1 year ago

Kodi seven days siyinakwanebe a chair? We are still waiting

Maliseche
Maliseche
1 year ago

Why is this news😇😇😇😇😇????

Mtete
Mtete
1 year ago

Rubbish, if you ask me.

KK wa ku Mangochi
1 year ago

He went to seek advise on how to dodge presecution but pitty he is branded himself as Mulakho which the most hated grouping in Malawi.

Extra Point
Extra Point
1 year ago

Unfortunately Muluzi is non entity in Malawi society. He miserably failed to calm down Malawians to accept the tippex election results. He is the source of problems in Malawi. Remember, without his selfishness , we couldn’t have the DPP and Mutharikas who are good at oppressing Malawians. Muluzi wanted to rule forever and when parliament rejected his proposals who picked Bingu and now we have Peter. Muluzi a failed man.

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