Rav Levi’s Zubayumo Makamo’s wonder house

When Ras Chikomeni Chirwa boldly decided to contest in the May, 2019 presidential election, it was like a big joke of the year to many Malawians for reasons best known to them.

Ras Levi
Ras Levi folding his arms in front of his house

Ras Chikomeni is not the only uniquely thinking Rastafarian, if you travel about 15-20 kilometres west of Mzimba Boma deep into the rural area at Beje Jere Village in Zubayumo Makamo’s area-Paramount Chief M’mbelwa, you meet Ras Levi (real name, Gilbert Jere) constructing a two-storey structure.

The 37-year-old, who runs a groceries shop, plans to use the top floor for a bedroom and a music studio, while the base floor will be a shop for clothes.

However, the structure is a death trap as no reinforcement wires are used in its construction. Ras Levi also just uses mud instead of mixing sand with cement in construction of some parts of the upper floor.

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Jonas
Jonas
2 years ago

This is Babylon Tower for real, anyway not all high rise building are constructed using steel reinforcement… we can borrow a leaf from the ancient civilization structures that have stood the test of time….

Ineyo
Ineyo
2 years ago

It’s not only steel mesh/wire that strengthens a building, for the past 15 years most new built 2 or 3 levels homes are timber frames

watoto
watoto
2 years ago

chamba ndi choyipa hahha haha

Gogo
Gogo
2 years ago

HE IS GOOD BUT ONLY NEEDS ADVICE AND KNOWLEDGE!!!!!

Tady
Tady
2 years ago

So why is he not stopped to avoid accidents & fatals again?

M'malawi
M'malawi
2 years ago

Death trap indeed

Mandado@147
2 years ago

May his stupidity ass Rest In peace in advance!

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APM akundiyamwa shaft 🍆👅
2 years ago

😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂

parachute
parachute
2 years ago

surely it will be a death trap

Iantana
Iantana
2 years ago

akufunika support nzeru zabhoo

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