Be in suits, no cultural Friday in Parliament -Speaker

Parliament has advised its members not to dress casual or anything cultural on Friday as being promoted by President Peter Mutharika who  directed all civil servants and those working in government agencies to be wearing casual clothes on Friday as a way of promoting Malawians products.

Speaker Msowoya : No casual dressing in the House
Speaker Msowoya : No casual dressing in the House

Speaker of Parliament, Richard Msowoya told Parliamenterians  that they will maintain their formal dress code on Friday of suits and ties.

“As you are all aware that there is a directive by the President who is championing the Buy Malawi strategy that on Friday, we all must be in our informal dressing, the business committee of this House met to digest on the matter however, there was a lot that was agreed to be scrutinised further.

“This therefore means that Parliament will maintain the normal dressing,” said Msowoya.

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mufwa mkandawire
6 years ago

It will not make a difference even if they were traditional clothing. There is nothing that they bring to the masses to uplift poverty in rural areas. These peoples are hyenas.

6 years ago

Zingakhaleko abale.

Aphungu akummwera (alohmwe) kulowa mu parliament ataberekera anyani kumbuyo.

Aphungu a chingoni kulowa atavala Pierre Cardin wa zikopa za fisi (amanama kuti ndi za nyalubwe).

Achina Chakwela kulowa atavala achina Maliya, Dzilembwe, ma goliati nkati.( Tikati tionesese nkhope zina mnyumbayi olo si achewa zimafanana ndi zilombozi).

Ena tonse kuyambira ma speaker onse kungovala Nyanda ngati mmene Kamuzu anatipezera!

Cultural friday!

6 years ago

who cares even if you enter the parliamentary chambers naked. what contribution is parliament making towards the running of the government whether with or without the so called suits. can we eat the suits or can we use the cultural dress to buy mchere?

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