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Malawi Religious leaders applaud Pres. Chakwera for servant leadership

Chakwera meeting religious leaders in the country

Religious leaders from the southern region have commended President Lazarus Chakwera for exemplifying servant leadership and adopting an inclusive approach in his efforts to construct the new Malawi. Apostle Samuel Vinkhumbo, the President of Ministers Network, conveyed these sentiments on Thursday in Blantyre during an interaction at Sanjika Palace, where President Chakwera engaged with 300 faith leaders.

Vinkhumbo highlighted that Malawians recognize the diverse developments taking place across the country under President Chakwera’s guidance. He specifically mentioned initiatives such as the establishment of Mega farms and the rehabilitation of crucial infrastructures, emphasizing their broad benefits for all Malawians.

“Because of this, we pledge our commitment to support Chakwera administration for continued development,” said Vinkhumbo who was also the leader of delegation.

He then commended Chakwera administration for facilitating peace and unity among people of different religious affiliations.

In his remarks, Special Advisor to the President on Religious Affairs Rev Brian Kamwendo said Chakwera appreciates the role faith leaders play in spearheading socio-economic development in the country.

“These are a significant group because they are the ones that interact with people on the ground and disseminate messages on government agenda precisely development,” he said.

The meeting was part of the president’s ongoing engagement with various stakeholders in the southern region to discuss developmental issues.

The faith leaders were drawn from nine religious coalitions such as Muslim Association of Malawi, Kanjedza Sisters, Rasterfarian church, Blantyre Worship centre, Religious leaders organisation among others.

 

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