Malawians who survived the Mozambique shooting incident have vowed not to travel to other countries again in search for greener pasture.
Speaking at Mwanza boarder on Thursday during the arrival of four bodies of people killed in Mozambique, one survivor (name withheld) said the trip has put an end to his desire to travel to South Africa.
The survivor further said that he would rather wish to die in the hands of poor but peaceful mother Malawi than seeking jobs across borders.
The bodies of the four Malawians have since been taken from Mwanza border to their respective villages in Blantyre and Mangochi for proper burial.
Meanwhile Malawi government through Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Francis Kasaila has warned Malawians travelling to South Africa to avoid using the Tete Province route, saying it is highly insecure following the renewed fighting between the Mozambique Liberation Front (Frelimo) and Mozambique National Resistance (Renamo).