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Gift

So where will we get the power and or means to pump that water from lake Malawi to Lilongwe when Escom cannot afford to even power one trading center without black outs? Can this government really say they will manage to power the pumps 24/7? REALLY??
I smell corruption in waiting here. A word of Advice to the government, Lilongwe can manage to water itself if the country had reliable source of power (Electricity). Bua river and Nankhaka has water and all what is needed is purification and treatment.
Power the country and people will be able to find water!!

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The British did much to develop Malawi – they put an end to slavery, established the Civil Service, built schools and hospitals, a postal service, built roads and a railway, put steamers on Lake Malawi, introduced agriculture, set up the police service and the army (KAR), etc. etc. How can the President say they did not develop the country. There was nothing when they adopted the country as a Protectorate. Malawi has been independent for 53 years but the rate of development does not compare with what the British accomplished. The British were not perfect by any means but it… Read more »