Mutharika  pays homage at Inkosi  Mmbelwa IV at mausoleum 

President Peter Mutharika accompanied by the First Lady on Sunday laid a wreath at the mausoleum
of Paramount Chief Mmbelwa 1V who passed on in 2013 at the age of 59.

President Mutharika pays homage to late Inkosi ya Makosi M’Mbelwa IV

Mutharika made the courtesy call to Paramount Chief Mmbelwa V at his Edingeni Headquarters in Mzimba district.

The Mutharikas were then taken to the Mausoleum of the late chief, where they paid their tributes.

After the ceremony the President addressed thousands of people who gathered at Edingeni Trading Center.

Mutharika told the gathering that he decided to condole with Paramount Chief Mmbelwa V because not only was the late chief his friend but he did it in recognition of the noble contribution the late chief made towards the development of the nation.

On development, Mutharika said he was aware of the many challenges people of Edingeni sail through, citing water problems, shortage of drugs in health facilities and poor road network which affects the people’s livelihoods.

Mutharika, however, assured the people that he has lined up a number of development projects for the betterment of the area, citing the construction of Jenda- Edingeni Road.

On education challenges, especially in community day secondary schools, the President said the Minister of Education would visit Edingeni to appreciate the magnitude of the problems and establish how government could address them.

Mutharika reiterated that the North which was called dead North would no longer be dead because he was going to implement a number of development projects which have potential to make the region live.

In his remarks, Paramount Chief Mmbelwa 1V saluted Mutharika for taking time off to condole with his family over the death of his father.

“The gesture demonstrates that you recognize the noble duty the late chief used to perform towards the development of the nation,” said chief M’mbelwa V.

President Professor Mutharika is in the north where he is undertaking a number of official engagements that started with the presiding over of this year’s Republic Celebrations on July 6 at the Mzuzu Stadium.

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Abonzi
Abonzi
2 years ago

A president mwadziwa chaka chino za maliro kodi? Nthawi yonseyi mumatani?

medson mhango
medson mhango
2 years ago

Am not buying anything from u mr president

Dangerous DPP
2 years ago

Campaign yavuta. Where were you when the tombstone was unveiled?

#DzukaniAmalawi
#DzukaniAmalawi
2 years ago

Promises have now caught up with you my president. You promised us heaven from 2013/2014 but nothing tangible has come out of it. All we are experiencing is hell on earth. Its sad that 4 years into your leadership as head of state, you’re still making promises to very innocent people knowing very well that you’re not going to deliver. Unfortunately you still have gullible people who believe in what you’re promising. Sooner rather than later you’ll run out of luck and people will begin to see through those empty promises…..very soon bwana. God is a genius and He knows… Read more »

ade
ade
2 years ago

If dead people could vote….

Kadzakumanja
Kadzakumanja
2 years ago

Uyu ndiofunika kumupana mazira ndi zitsulo zija zimapana anthu ku prison zija.

Ndatopa
Ndatopa
2 years ago

Please leave our dead alone, do not agitate them. We are sick and tired of you go back

Ndatopa
Ndatopa
2 years ago

Paying homage 5 yrs later???? Where have you been?

Chilungamo
Chilungamo
2 years ago
Reply to  Ndatopa

Penadi a president amadzinyozetsa koma! He is being a JOKE. Kodi alibe ma advisor?
Five years kukapepetsa maliro pano?
At least akapita nthawi ya unveiling ya chiliza? Kodi ndi zoona kuti munthu ukatchonadi nthawi yayitali nzeru zimathadi eti?.
SHAME!!!

QueenB
QueenB
2 years ago

Clearly the president has a fetish for dead people. He is on a mission to entertain all the dead. Is it Halloween in Malawi?

Ndatopa
Ndatopa
2 years ago
Reply to  QueenB

😀😀😀he needs to leave the dead alone and take care of the living!

Nalingula
Nalingula
2 years ago

Mbuyache Malawi ndi wankulu eeeti ,kkkkk.Hope starting from now you will attend all the Tribal Gatherings.

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