MLW Takes Anniversary to the Dance Floor
It was a day of fun and talent. Young and old could not miss it.
A music concert organised by Malawi Liverpool Welcome Program (MLWP) at Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHES) sports complex in Blantyre on Saturday afternoon, marking 25 years of doing health research in Malawi.
It was a music show of demostrating supremacy.
Talented musicians, Lulu, Eli Njuchi, Edgar ndi Davis, Agoroso and John Fire who also works at MWLP were all there to size one another.
Agoroso and Fire described the concert as wonderful and memorable.
"What a concert, great one. We thank Malawi Liverpool Welcome Program for bringing us all together to celebrate the organization's work in Malawi, clocking 25 years is not a joke. We think people have also enjoyed the show," said Agoroso.
One of the fans, Jones Kalutu Taidi from Ndirande township described the show as marvelous saying it felt great to be entartained by the youthful singers.
"It was really great being here. I enjoyed spending my day here, my brain is now relaxed," said Taidi.
Apart from the show, Malawi Liverpool Welcome Program has been conducting various activities including a Walkathon from the upper stadium to their offices near Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital hospital, a lecture, groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a research and clinical centre among others.
At one of the events, Interim Director of Malawi Liverpool Welcome Program, Dr Henry Mwandumba said the organization will continue to carry out health researches in order to support Malawi and other countries.
"We also intend to conduct a research on health challenges that are brought by effects of climate change like floods and droughts," said Dr Mwandumba.
Vice Chancellor of Kamuzu University Health Sciences Professor Macpherson Mallewa said the university will continue to work with MLWP in order to promote evidence based health researches in the country.