UTM President, Saulos Chilima says will not meet the European Union Election Observation Mission which is expected to jet in the country today (Wednesday).
The puzzle over how discolored and “rotten” maize ended up in the hands of hunger-stricken people in Dowa in the on-going relief program at the weekend continues to boggle many a mind.
A mental health expert, Dr. Precious Makiyi, has advised the youth in the country to have a mind-set change and embrace innovation if they are to depart from government dependency syndrome which has failed them.
Machinga District Health Office says increased number of people outside recommended child bearing age bracket giving birth (outliers) is contributing to maternal neonatal complications as well as maternal deaths.
This morning in Dowa district, more and more villagers flocked to Nachisaka EPA where they are coming to return relief maize received yesterday because it has been discovered to be discolored, rotten and in some instances mixed with maize husks, according to the villagers.
Principal Secretary in the ministry of Homeland Security Samuel Madula has pleaded with immigration officers to be patriotic if the country is to address the issues of illegal and irregular immigrants.