Mutharika launches Karonga Water Project, Songwe Road

President Peter Mutharika has committed that government will be providing safe water to everyone as well as good road network to promote development in the country as he commissioned Karonga Town Water Supply System and Karonga-Songwe Road.

Mutharika being briefed by about the road
Mutharika launches infrastructure development in Karonga
The rehabilitated Karonga-Songwe Road

Mutahrika launched the  Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) project at Kibwe Primary School ground in Karonga.

The project, set to benefit about 20 000 people is valued at $26.7million and is funded by Opec Fund for International Development , Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (Badea) and the Government of Malawi.

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Mutharika also  officially launched the rehabilitated Karonga-Songwe Road, saying in the next five years of his rule, the country will have good road network and potable water every corder.

He said his presidency if focused on   development revolution to improve  the country and to uplift the socio-economic conditions of Malawians.

Observors say tarred road network has increased tenfold in all the regions. In fact, in four years, Mutharika has constructed and rehabilitated many roads in this country more than all previous presidents combined.

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Poverty die die
2 years ago

Inu boma kuno ku south africa limatha kumanga nyumba 2000 mkuwapasa anthu koma Ngakhale MP samabwera kuzatsegulira. Zachani izi. Misewu. Boma likumamanga kuno ku southafrica palibe amene Amati tikasegulire msewu. Pali chani apa

Ndede
Ndede
2 years ago

Nkhani yabwino ngati ili, ife amene timakhala busy pa internet sitichita comment. This shows lack of patriotism and integrity. Chitukuko ndi chimenecho. Lozano zanu ife tione. Bravo APM bravo Karonga and Bravo Malawi.

mjiba
mjiba
2 years ago

Nganga ndi yachitukuko iyi palibenso mtsogoleri wina amene wachita chitukuko ngati Nganga imeneyi. Misewu mbwee pena paliponse, chitukuko chama komyunite colleges pena pali ponse komanso Nganga siyikunyengelela kuthana ndi katangale akuba onse akumangidwa. Nayo ikagwidwa italandira ndalama za katangale ikumabweza pamene atsogoleri ena amagwinya ndalama zakatangale osabweza mtsogoleri aponse pamenepa 2019 operation landslide

Vinjenje
Vinjenje
2 years ago

Where are the roads ?Hahahahahahahaha !

Peace
Peace
2 years ago
Reply to  Vinjenje

You don’t dee them? Then you’re not in Malawi. Come home and see!

Rex Msiska
Rex Msiska
2 years ago
Reply to  Vinjenje

Why wait till the time of elections

Ndata Albino Auction Floor

You still want the people whom you have victimized with the quota system of education to vote for you. The quota system is another form of apartheid. It’s tribalism. The aim is to marginalize hard working northerners in favor of lazy Ana Adad , Ana agogo Pitala wakuba who are killing people with albinism.

Peace
Peace
2 years ago

The issue in the article is about Water and Road projects in the North. How do you digress to quota system and albino issues unrelated! This derives from hate and it won’t help you. Tell you the truth, this guy you so much hate will win and continue with his wonderful projects till 2024 even without your vote!

Ndede
Ndede
2 years ago

My friend this hate mind will take you no where. Appericiate you have water and good road in Karonga. Learn to appreciate development.

Tanangachi
Tanangachi
2 years ago
Reply to  Ndede

My friend this is not Peter’s money. Actually the money used to habilitate this road belongs to Karonga people.

Heavyduty
Heavyduty
2 years ago
Reply to  Ndede

Ndata yu ndi “mbuzi” inu, don’t waste time with him. I see no link between water, roads and quota. If you haven’t seen the road, go to Queens or KCH akupatse ma galasi. If northern region was a country on its own, then they would be a civil war in that country.

Noxy
2 years ago

Mutharika already said that he will love the people that hate him most because they know not what they are doing.

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