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President Mutharika to Grace Men’s Ijitma

“All the preparations have been going on very well; so far I can assure you that we have done everything in as far as men’s Ijitma is concerned and we are expecting to have millions of Muslims from across the country and others from abroad on this particular event,” said Chongolo.

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ODL, IPTE Teachers plan demos over the hardship allowances

“We believe that the DEM office gets this money but there is someone who is using it and you can agree with me that it can’t happen for the government to forget only Blantyre rural teachers. We have given them an ultimatum of four weeks to sort out our concerns failing which, we will conduct demonstrations on 1st December.”

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Fedoma asks govt to involve people with disabilities

Federation of Disability Organisations in Malawi (FEDOMA) has asked government to involve physically challenged people in all government’s program for equal participation to all. FEDOMA’s Head of Programs Simon Munde made the remarks on the press conference in Blantyre after a one-day national conference held at Mount Soche under the …

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Mam Wants Improvement From Islamic Schools

Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has urged Islamic schools in the country to improve their service delivery. The call has been made by MAM’s National Education Coordinator Radi Afick Kangomba. Kangomba said that this new academic year, Islamic schools should work extra hard and improve the number of students going to …

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MAM asks Muslims to take care of Infrastructures

Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has asked Muslims in the country to take the responsibility of taking care of infrastructures without waiting for donors. MAM National Chairman Sheikh Idrissa Muhammad made the appeal during the official opening of the newly constructed mosque in Lirangwe, Blantyre district. Sheikh Muhammad said his …

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