PAC Says it Expects New Leadership to Abide to Commitments it Made

The Public Affairs Committee-PAC says it expects the new leadership to abide to commitments it made in bringing change and development in Malawi.

PAC spokesperson Bishop Gilford Matonga says among others it expects Dr Lazarous Chakwera and Dr Saulos Chilima to abide to the PAC 19 point plan they signed, as it is a document that contains points that need urgent attention if Malawi is to develop.

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