Mutharika inspires children at Xmas party

President Peter Mutharika on Monday inspired children from Mangochi and Machinga who turned up for the Christmas party that the First Lady Gertrude Mutharika, organised for the children at Chikoko bay State Residence.

President Muthatrika takes up questions from one of the children at the Christmas party
The children receives gifts at Chikoko Bay

Mutharika, took the 2,500 partying children by surprise when he ‘intruded’ on them when they least expected as all along there was no clue that the President would join the children at the party.

The Malawi stormed the jam-packed marque at exactly 15:30 amid joyful cheering from the excited children.

When he took to the podium, the president interacted with the children by quizzing them about what they knew about the presidency and he also challenged them to work hard in school for them to become leaders in future.

“For you to become a president or a leader you need to have good education and be conversant with English because all government papers are written in English,” said Mutharika.

He also gave the children a chance to ask him burning questions, which they did and Mutharika answered promptly.

The President and the First Lady also took group photographs with the children in groups according to where they came from.

Earlier in the day, the First Lady had interacted with the children by sharing with them some jokes, dancing and she also told the children a folklore meant to teach them good morals.

Presidential aide on religious matters, Rev. Timothy Khoviwa, hailed Mutharika and the First Lady for “breaking the record” in bringing the State Residence closer to the children for the first time in the history of the country.

The 2,500 children were aged between 6 and 10 and they were drawn from religious groupings, constituencies, and councils of Mangochi and Machinga.

Other than dancing with the First Lady, the children were also treated to a luncheon before they were given a hamper each with assorted items

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Nzika
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Nzika

How did he inspire them? I guess by showing them his toothless gums & his ill-gotten wealth.

Gembe
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Gembe

Nobody can be inspired by this useless man. Leave the kids alone pliz

Mtete
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Mtete

Fortunately even children know this acting president is a clueless, thieving, tribalistic, election rigging and power hungry Mtchona.

Ngalamayi
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Ngalamayi

He preached but there is no evidence here that they were inspired! Sycophantic journalism.

mngoni weni weni
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mngoni weni weni

So , more of a sudden Peter’s wife has monies to host 2,500 children plus giving them gift humpers each? Anthu mukubadi m’bomamu eti ? By the way , did the reporter attend the function? Cos the children’s age group is completely a lie I heard a certain 15 yr old Form 3 boy asking Peter how old he was , to which Peter shamelessly responded he was 79. Without knowing wat belied in the boy’s head , Peter asked him if he was interested in becoming the state president one day, to which the young boy openly said it… Read more »

Revolutionary
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Umbuli a Malawi, it’s part of state residences budget to host Christmas parties for children….

Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
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Benjamin Kabinda Sakala

Mutharika he is a good person and educated, why I said like that because Chilima run away from him but he took Chimulirenji same district with Chilima,C&C ,Peter he is a teacher indeed let him finish his term peacefully🇲🇼👍(C+C/2)thus why Peter choose Chimulirenji,Chilima & Chakwera to debut together not him with Young boys

Nabetha
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Nabetha

Keep spreading the good work of the Lord…..Amen

Apumbwa
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Apumbwa

Inspiring them to be cadets

Chuwakwabyama
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Chuwakwabyama

Zayambika, mwawona kuti ku mangoch kwakhoma Rerun ya u MP basi mwayambapo campaign………mumawatsata ma tactics akulu, kuwufunitsitsa mpando kumeneko!? Udzu……….

Nzika
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Nzika

Coaster, Zoonatu zomwe ukunenazo. Pajatu ndi komwe amathawira ndi kukabisala, dziko litamukulira. It is a thank you munandibisa!

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