UTM veep Usi cheers flood victims in Blantyre

UTM Party Vice President  Dr  Michael Usi on Sunday visited and cheered people who have been affected by flash floods in Blantyre Rural South West.

Usi assisted by Makondi assist the affected people mostly women and children
Usi comes to help of a poor woman whose shack was destroyed
Usi inspects a house destroyed by the rains

Usi assured the people that UTM party will do all it can to ensure that their lives get back to normal.

During the visit the UTM Vice President who is also presidential running mate of UTM leader Dr Saulos Chilima, donated various items including plastic sheets for roofing, clothes and other basic necessities to the affected people.

“This disaster has affected all of us and we need to be there for each other hence our coming to be with you in these trying times,” said Usi.

He said the UTM Party has launched an appeal fund from its members and all well meaning Malawians to contribute to the fund to help those affected by the floods.

“We thought that while we are waiting for people to contribute to this relief fund,  we should come and share with you the little that we managed to get so that life should go on,” said Usi.

Some of the relief items that  Usi donated included plastic sheets, soap, sugar, salt, milk, cooking oil and other necessities.

He was accompanied by UTM shadow MP for the area Richard Makondi, UTM Director of Women for the South Mai Loyce Mponda and other UTM regional committee members.

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Kenneth Grant Nkhukuzalira
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Kenneth Grant Nkhukuzalira

nice Dr usi better to bring your promise into reality

Kenneth Grant Nkhukuzalira
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Kenneth Grant Nkhukuzalira

nice decision Dr usi better to bring your promise into reality

tman
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mpakana party attire kopepesa ma victim a ma floods,indeed government is not for babies.Looking up the house as if you have seen a ripen mangoe,fool!

Vinjenje
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Vinjenje

After inspecting,what next ?

Roll Out ATI Now
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Roll Out ATI Now

Man, black people! What is wrong with us. We are the poorest. Ah, this can’t go one like this, things need to change.

Nyirongo
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Nyirongo

Koma nanga kuvala xa utm ndiye chiani abambo a sikono?

Brian Chimveka
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Brian Chimveka

Dpp inapereka ambulance yolembewa dpp the whole body. Chipatala ncha boma bwanji mukuikapo Chipani

Mangochi kabwafu
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Mangochi kabwafu

Yes this is abject poverty. It’s unbelievable that human beings are still living this way.

History
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This old woman here…come on….. does it mean that she doesn’t have children or relatives who can at least help her ?????tiyeni tizikonda kusamalana amalawi pachibale!!!….the government can not be able to assist everyone in full at once…and pliz those responsible for selecting aid beneficiaries whether from government or NGOs let’s stop being selfish…let’s identify real people introuble and need of assistance..this woman needs assistance pliz….

Opportunist
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Opportunist

Good gesture Doc Usi

Polomondo
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Polomondo

Good Show Usi. But you need to be very clear on how UTM will bring life to normal for those affected. Is UTM going to reconstruct the houses? Are the affected going to be compensated for the loss?