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Chakwera bold on Malawi’s economic recovery: 2024 SONA

By Twink Jones Gadama

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-In a historic moment for the nation, President Chakwera, delivered a stirring State of the Nation Address (SONA) at Parliament in Lilongwe. With thunderous applause ringing through the hallowed chambers, President Chakwera unveiled a roadmap to prosperity, showcasing the government’s achievements and unveiling bold plans for the future.

In a move that sent shockwaves through the country, President Chakwera proudly announced a staggering 197,809 new jobs created in the current financial year alone.

This monumental achievement brings the cumulative total of new job opportunities since 2020 to a jaw-dropping 1,358,809.

The President emphasized that the majority of these life-changing opportunities have emerged in critical sectors such as Agriculture, Health, Education, and management support services.

One of the standout moments of the address was when President Chakwera revealed the groundbreaking labour export deal with Israel.

With infectious optimism, he predicted economic windfalls through an anticipated US$6 million in remittances annually.

The President’s eyes gleamed with pride as he expressed gratitude to the Honourable members of the House who recently visited Israel, validating the legitimacy and safety of the program.

The room buzzed with excitement as President Chakwera announced plans to sign a monumental Government-to-Government initiative and agreement with Israel, set to export 100,000 young Malawians for lucrative employment opportunities.

“I want to thank those Honourable members of the House who recently went to Israel to see for themselves that the program is legitimate and safe. And what is most exciting is that we are now on course to sign a Government-to-Government initiative and agreement with Israel, aimed at exporting 100,000 young people to go and work there,” President Chakwera declared, to raucous applause.

As the crowd hung on his every word, President Chakwera turned his attention to the energy sector, proudly declaring the end of blackouts under his visionary leadership.

With unwavering determination, he reiterated the government’s commitment to raising the generation capacity to an impressive 1,000 megawatts.

“And now that we are here, we will not stop, for our target has always been to increase our power generation capacity to 1000 Megawatts,” the President asserted, sending waves of excitement through the audience.

In a bold display of progress, President Chakwera unveiled plans to add 361 Megawatts through investment in the Mpatamanga Hydro Power Plant and an additional 120 Megawatts through the Malawi-Mozambique Interconnector Project. These transformative initiatives are set to revolutionize the country’s energy capacity, ensuring a more stable and reliable power supply for the proud citizens of Malawi.

As President Chakwera’s words echoed through the halls of Parliament, a sense of hope and promise permeated the air.

The future of Malawi shone bright, illuminated by the bold actions and visionary leadership of a President determined to lead his nation to greater heights.

With transformative initiatives on the horizon, the economic miracle unfolding in Malawi under President Chakwera’s stewardship is nothing short of extraordinary.

Maravi Post Reporter
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