Malawi President Peter Mutharika on Sunday led the tributes to fallen heroes who lost their lives as they fought in the two World Wars, at the yearly service of remembrance in Lilongwe.
A two-minute silence was observed before the President laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in capital city centre in memory of members of the armed forces killed while serving the nation.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One.
Vice President Saulos Klaus Chilima, high commissioners from Commonwealth countries each then laid a wreath Speaker of Parliament Richard Msowoya, MCP president and leader of opposition Rev Dr Lazarous Chakwera left a floral tribute.
Also paying tribute the Remembrance Sunday were representatives of Malawi different faiths and members of the civilian services also laid wreaths.
Chief Justice Anastasia Msosa, Chief Secretary in the office of President and Cabinet, George Mkondiwa, Ministers, Parliamentarians and Mayor of Lilongwe City Council were notable officials who left their floral tribute.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :