March 30, 2017 by Staff Reporter
President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has called on religious leaders in the country to support government in her development programmes to accomplish her mission of making Malawi a progressive nation.
Mutharika made the call on Monday at Chikoko Bay in Mangochi when he held an audience with different religious leaders from the Eastern Region comprising Ntcheu, Balaka, Mangochi, Machinga and Zomba districts.
The President said the faith community could play a significant role in championing different development programmes being spearheading by government through the masses they serve spiritually.
He appealed for meaningful support from faith leaders on the understanding that without their contribution the country’s vision and mission of becoming a prosperous nation would be realized.
“Much as government is doing its part in fulfilling its obligations in providing for people in the area of various social amenities potable water and community technical colleges, religious leaders were supposed to provide…
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