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Malawi Soldier Lieutenant Connell Chawanda bails out orphanage from hunger with food donation

Soldier Donates Food to OrphanagesMalawian soldier Lieutenant Connell Desmond Chawanda has made a historic donation of assorted items ranging from food to non food commodities wealth MK450, 000, to Adziwa orphanage in a bid to ease the centre’s food shortages.

 

The donation comes amid pressure the institution was encountering in meeting children’s daily food uptake due to large number of orphans the centre was keeping which surpassed its source of income.

Another setback for PP as MEC rejects their Candidate for Local Government

Kenneth MsondaThe Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has handed down another setback to the Peoples party by rejecting their nominated candidate for Chibanja Ward in Mzuzu.

 

MEC says it has rejected the nomination of Blackson Kalwena Gondwe because he registered fraudulently.

Nigerian pastor TB Joshua Once again claims he prophesied 'MH370' Plane Parts Location

TB JoshuaNigerian ‘Prophet’ T.B. Joshua has sensationally claimed he predicted how the debris, said to belong to the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, would wash up on the shore of Reunion Island to the West of the Indian Ocean.

 

It is not the first time Joshua has prophesied about the plane, as his alleged ‘prediction’ of the mysterious disaster 16 months ago went viral, attracting international media attention and garnering over 1,000,000 views in a matter of days.

Melinda Gates ‘humbles’ herself to highlight plight of Malawian Women

Melinda gatesMelinda Gates is wife of the world’s richest man, Bill Gates. Both run the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a philanthropy “dedicated to helping all people lead healthy, productive lives”.

 

Episcopal Conference of Malawi underscores the importance of Investing in Children

Fr. Vincent MwakhwawaThe Director for Pontifical Missionaries Society at the Episcopal Conference of Malawi, Fr. Vincent Mwakhwawa has described Early Childhood Centres (ECDs) as crucial in ensuring that children grow holistically with both body and spirit.

 

Fr. Mwakhwawa was speaking during a graduation ceremony of children in the kindergarten and primary classes at St. John the Baptist Convent School in area 47, Lilongwe and is run by sisters of St. John the Baptist congregation.

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