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Z Allan Ntata unfazed by his detractors, promises open letters to APM

Allan NtataAllan Ntata who helped destroy Joyce Banda by using Social media in support of his beloved DPP, has of late started pointing his guns at the Peter Mutharika administration and what he perceives as its short falls.

Defenders of the DPP and the administration accuse him of sour grapes. They claim he does not like to be side lined.

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NAC donates 6 motor cycle ambulances to Malawi Prison Services

Prison OfficersLilongwe, April 1: National AIDS Commission (NAC) on Tuesday donated six motor cycle ambulances to Malawi Prison Service (MPS) worthy K15 million to assist ferrying inmates who require special medical treatment in district and referral hospitals.

Speaking when donating the ambulances, chairperson for NAC Board of Commissioners, Mara Kumbweza Banda said the commission was aware of the severe shortage of ambulances in prisons and that the ambulances will ease transport challenges in referring sick inmates to district and referral hospitals.

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US President Obama Commends Goodluck Jonathan and Winner Muhammadu Buhari

Nigeria ElectionsATLANTA, Georgia, April 2 (MaraviPost) _The United States congratulates the people of Nigeria and the Nigerian Government on historic and largely peaceful elections this past weekend. In a statement, President Obama said, "The last few days have shown the world the strength of Nigeria’s commitment to democratic principles. By turning out in large numbers and sometimes waiting all day to cast their votes, Nigerians came together to decide the future of their country peacefully."

Malawi Government commemorates World Wildlife Day by matching against wildlife crimes

Malawi Wildlife Match

LILONGWE, Malawi, April 2 (MaraviPost) _The Government of Malawi has joined the international community in commemorating this year’s World Wildlife Day. In Malawi, the commemorations started with a match against wildlife crimes from Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) to Parliament Building in Lilongwe where His Excellency President Professor Peter Mutharika is expected to grace the event.

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