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Malawi Vice President, Saulos ...
Malawi Vice President, Saulos Chilima, who is also minister of Disaster and Management Affairs, Tuesday toured the affected areas and the people most of whom were camped in church buildings and school classrooms.
Most of the affected areas are low-lying and not recommendable for housing according to Mzuzu City Council authorities.
Speaking to the displaced people before distributing food and relief items, Chilima
expressed concern about the disaster and he
conveyed condolences to the families who lost their loved ones.
further urged the people to desist from settling in flood-prone areas saying "it is not realistic that every year we should be facing similar disasters that can be avoided if all the people relocate to upland".
Malawi News Agency, Author at The Nation OnlineThe Nation Online
Malawi Vice-President, Saulos Chilima left the country on Tuesday for Singapore to study the Singapore Public Sector Reforms in-depth.
Malawi's vice president ...
Malawi's vice president Saulos Chilima has told the Weekend Nation of Saturday, 17 January 2015 that as the rescue team continues, there is need to source tents.
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Saulos Chilima; Politician ...
Saulos Chilima; Politician (10)
While at Airtel
was also the source of hope for young people for heading a big company and he
successfully took Airtel
to greater heights on the local market.
Malawi Vice President Saulos Chilima has called on members of the general public to help fellow citizens affected by floods...
My question is, what creteria did you use to number them because Chilima
deserves top 3
The revelations were made by Malawi ...
The revelations were made by Malawi Vice President Saulos Chilima in a briefing on Friday after visiting the affected families in the lower Shire districts of Chikwawa and Nsanje.
urged all Malawians to join hands with government in mobilizing resources meant for the affected families, saying the tusks is too big for the government alone.
Malawi is facing a big challenge" Chilima
told a news conference.