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Bright Malenga

Bright Malenga is a Malawian young Media and Communications ethusiast. He is currently pursuing Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication (BSc MAC) at Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU).

Mzuzu University Muslim Students Cheer Up Inmates

Mzuzu University Muslim Students Association (MUMSA) on Saturday visited Inmates at Mzuzu Masasa Prison. According to MUMSA Chairman Aide Farao, the students went to the prison to comfort the inmates with words of God as well as giving them assorted items such as sanitary pads,soaps, body lotions, tooth brushes,brooms, mops …

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Commissioner Nkosi Questions MEC Competency

Commissioner of Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC), Bishop Mary Nkosi has faulted the electoral body’s Chairperson, Justice Dr. Jane Ansah for making many decisions by herself and imposing them on other commissioners as being part of it. Commissioner Nkosi told the Public Appointment Committee (PAC) of Parliament on Monday that MEC …

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Mutharika Ready for Fresh Elections

President Peter Mutharika says his Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is ready for fresh presidential elections as ordered by the Constitutional Court on Monday, 3rd February, 2020. Mutharika made the remarks during his special address on Wednesday, 5th February, 2020. The Malawi leader says his legal team will appeal against the …

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Muslim Students Plant Trees in Lilongwe

Muslim students planted trees yesterday at Chisiyo Primary School in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe. Representatives from National Muslim Students Association (NAMSA) and its affiliates Lilongwe Muslim Students Association (LIMSA) and Bunda Muslim Students Association (BUMSA) plus Lilongwe Muslim Youth (LMY) took part in the exercise. They were also joined by members …

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Meet”Fareedah”, Muslim Nursing Student Who Vows to be Community Based Health Worker

Current world is characterised by hungry to feed our brains with intellectual capabilities. To make this essential, girls must always be at the forefront of the race because they are future mothers who will decide the kind of the next generation we need to build. Inclusively, Muslim girls are also …

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Mangochi MP Survives Terrible Road Accident

Honourable Benedicto Chambo (45) , a Member of Parliament (MP) for Mangochi North constituency has sustained injuries following his involvement in a terrible road accident. Chambo met the fate yesterday at Matuwi Village along Monkey bay-Mangochi road. According to Mangochi police station public relations officer Rodrick Maida, the MP was …

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