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Bushiri adopts Mulanje Cyclone Freddy Camps; to hire helicopter to deliver relief items

Bushiri inspecting Cyclone Freddy devastation in Mulanje district

Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera said was happy that his operation Tigwirane Manja was getting traction following what he described as businessman Shepherd Bushiri’s adoption of camps caused by the devastation that cyclone Freddy has caused in Malawi.

In a statement posted on his Facebook page, Bushiri said has adopted over 8 camps in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Juma in Mulanje District.

“TA Juma, with over 600 households currently in camps, is not just one of the worst hit areas in Mulanje, but is also cut off from any assistance as over 7 bridges have been washed away, making it difficult to reach with aid,” reads the statement.

In this adoption, Prophet Bushiri says will, starting this Monday, going to hire a helicopter to deliver supplies, not just in Mulanje but everywhere else where people are cut off. Bushiri also said that he will be providing the necessary relief items such as food, clothing, medical and sanitary supplies, as well as, facilities, and much more to the camps. Finally, Bushiri also will be providing financial assistance to victims to help them recover and rebuild their lives.

“The goal is to see the victim through the entire recovering process.” Reads the statement urging other business tycoons to also adopt a camp in line with President Lazarus Chakwera’s

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