Prince Harry avoids talking Malawi politics

Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry for a number of official engagements, is avoiding the country’s politics which has seen a wave of protests following the highly disputed May 21 elections.

Prince Harry on Malawi tour

Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) official Macdonald Sembereka had told a UK newspaper that it would be good if the  Duke of Sussex met leaders of the civil rights organisations.

But on Sunday during a reception in his honour at the British High Commissioner’s residence, Prince Harry instead engaged Oxfam on a number of governance issues including discussions on the collaboration that exists between civil society organisations and government accountability institutions.

“Prince Harry appreciated the efforts made in the governance sector by many actors and we appreciated Her Majesty’s government support towards strengthening Malawi’s governance institutions and social accountability initiatives,” said Lingalireni Mihowa, Oxfarm country director.

Other participants on the table during the reception included the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director, the director of Public Prosecutions, the director of Financial Intelligence Agency, the chairperson of Congoma, the regional director of Care International and the chief executive of Malawi-Scotland Partnership.

While in the country, the prince is expected to visit Liwonde National Park in Machinga where he will witness an anti poaching demonstration exercise jointly conducted by local rangers and the UK military.

He will also pay tribute to guardsman Mathew Talbot of the Coldstream Guards who lost his life in May, 2019 while on an anti-poaching patrol.

Later, Prince Harry will visit Mauwa Health Centre in Chiradzulu to appreciate the Pharmacy in a Box and Youth Reproductive Health Outreach programme before departing for South Africa on Wednesday.

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Kholowa
Kholowa
1 year ago

You really needed to do a proper research. These royals have nothing to do with politics even in their country. If you ask Boris could intervene not royals. What you can do is to invite the British Prime minister to sanction the gvt for human rights violations not these guys. Stop whinging you are potraying all of us as idiots!

Shonai
1 year ago

This news paper has lost credibility.Failing to show the pictures.Oo yes it’s a political paper.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
1 year ago

He talks no politics. Mwayesa timafumu tanu tautsilu.

mpilu
mpilu
1 year ago

ngati anabwerera za politics????
ndale zake zausiluzo,? akuzidziwa kale kuti mw is rubbish and let this snorting snoring old cow deal with it.
kwao sakambapo za politics nde ayambile kuno kopanda ma standard kuno.heede tiziendako olo k7ngoverako news za mmaiko ena osatiso news zakuno zacibwanazi ,masanje eni eni

Baby SKC
Baby SKC
1 year ago

The British Royal family isn’t involved with politics. It is a constitional monarchy with very limited political powers.

Analyst
Analyst
1 year ago
Reply to  Baby SKC

He is here for business not politics. He is meeting people that matter hence his audience with HE APM.

joj
joj
1 year ago
Reply to  Analyst

people who matter Kkkkkkkkkl

joseph Banda
joseph Banda
1 year ago

You did not have to waste your valuable time bringing up this topic. Anzathu ndi a mwambo. He has never commented on any politics anywhere. Its you guys you wanted him to so. Just concentrate on the biased coverage. Ena amenyedwa, kuvulidwa, kuphedwa no comments. But others then it takes ill mouthed people to seem to be concerned with full coverage

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