CSO's Vows to Continue Watchdog Role

Civil Society Organisations in the country have vowed to continue their watchdog role. They have since urged the Chakwera-led Tonse administration to deliver their campaign pledges to the expectation of the people.

This came out last evening in Lilongwe at the end of a day-long conference which was held under the banner, National Advocacy Platform (NAP).

The meeting was on governance and human rights in Malawi and drew civil society organizations from across Malawi.

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