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Malawi president rejigs cabinet after corruption scandals

Malawi's President Lazarus Chakwera talks during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 1, 2021. Malawi's President Lazarus Chakwera has selected a few new pastors in a rejigged bureau, an assertion from his office showed, after the old bureau was broken down over defilement embarrassments.

Chakwera broke up his whole bureau this week, saying a few pastors, just as other public authorities, needed to represent join allegations made against them. understand more In the new bureau of the southern African country, Samuel Kawale was made grounds serve, Vera Kamtukule work clergyman and Mark Phiri exchange and industry serve. Abida Mia was given the water and disinfection portfolio. Chakwera's office said more arrangements would be made soon. In a different assertion, Chakwera announced a condition of calamity over typhoon Ana, which caused weighty rains and flooding in the south of the nation and set off significant power cuts.

understand more The calamity division said the loss of life from the tempest, which made landfall in Mozambique on Monday prior to moving inland, had ascended from four to 11 and that a greater number of than 200,000 individuals had been impacted. In Mozambique, the loss of life rose from eight to 18 individuals, as indicated by the country's fiasco foundation. understand more.


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