International mobile operator Airtel has today replaced Saulos Chilima, managing director in Malawi and appointed Amadou Dina as acting managing director.
Malawi Congress Party presidential candidate has promised change in the way the country is governed when elected as president of the country on May 20.
Chakwera presented his presidential nomination papers this morning at the Comesa Hall in the commercial capital of Blantyre.
“When voted into power MCP will clear the mess in the way this country is governed,” promised Chakwera.
To achive this Chakwera said he will strengthening democratic institutions, adding that as president he will respect the rule of law.
Said Chakwera: “MCP will respect the rights of others and will promote peace. As a party we have strict position on violence.”
He expressed anger at rampant corruption in government, high levels of unemployment and poverty.
“Malawi has been independent for 50 years, yet we are still listed as one the poorest countries in the world,” he said.
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