Mutharika eyes youth empowerment in Malawi

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President Peter Mutharika says the  Malawi government and other African countries have committed themselves to economically empower the youths as the continent celebrates 2017 as the year for the youths.

Peter Mutharika- UN

Peter Mutharika: Eyes youth empowerment.

President Mutharika was speaking in Addis Ababa-Ethiopia during a press briefing at the end of the 28th Ordinary Summit of the African Union Heads of State and Government.

Mutharika further said more development partners have set aside resources for African countries to implement initiatives that aim at uplifting the lives of young people.

The theme for this year’s AU Summit which was proposed by President  Mutharika is “Harnessing the Demographic Dividend through investment in youths.

According to the office of the president and cabinet ministers, Mutharika will today Wednesday, February 1, 2017 return home.

The President is expected to land at Kamuzu International Airport-KIA at 12:45pm today.

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  1. Koma Bwampini ameneyu amaganiza koma? iyi ndiye timati misala guys! achinyamata ake atiwo amene akunena iyeyu? tazingodyani ndalama zathuzo, koma zoti tingakukhulupilireni ndi nthano zanuzo ndiye ayi

  2. Hypocrisy at it’s best. Don’t kid with us when almost all your educational institutions are still closed till further notice. Tell me if what is happening is empowering the youth.

  3. Pokhapokha president atakhala mzungu mwina adzabvako chisoni koma akudawa mmmm sadzathekabe tayesapo ma ulamuliro onse koma palibe chazeru, olo tisithe anthu kangapo koma ngati ali wakuda palibe zerube.

  4. Just eat your money bwana, nonse andale ndinu anthu oipa kwambili, much better those countries they are using maufumu nkumalamulira dziko, school nkumapita koma ntchito osamalembedwa nkumati atsagoleri amankhala ndi maso mphenya chocho.malawi sadzatheka unless titasiya kumasankha andalewa kulamulira dziko.

  5. We as youth of Malawi, we being discriminated by Govt in the name of experience. They employee MADALA MADALA omwe amat ali nd experience living energetic people

    Kuwona vacancy mu qualification diploma in :::::::::: plus 10 yrs in shaaaaa!!!! Ndkalambe kaye kkkk

  6. When, how. To be honesty Malawi youth are hustlers. The do their best. But the old people don’t recognise them. We have lot of graduate youth kumacheza bawo. And if they go abroad they are fantastic. We have medical doctors, engineers, lecturers etc who are working abroad. They left Malawi because they lacked support from government institute. Now primary education and secondary its a fuck up. Yet we still have hope with your words. People working hard but no pay to support kids. I don’t trust this.

  7. Kodi atonkhwetonkhwe inu! mudzavomerako chani?….Anene cha positive muli vwiiiiiiiiii……negative vwiiiiiiiiiiiii angokhala quite sakunena zatsogola la Malawi.Ndie atani? Mipuno!!!

  8. Don’t lie Mr P. Wen did u start thinking about the youth? U grew up in America u don’t know how the youth of our country Hustle. U start depending on your own at the age 13. Coz the Gvt doesn’t think about the youth. Finish and Klar

  9. Kodi achinyamata ake ndi ati amene amapindula ndi ndalama zimenezi? nanga ngongolezo amakazitengela mma ofc ake ati? amapatsilana kuti? kapena nza awo ana awo akumipando? amapatsana usiku? i dont c any kind of youth group here in our earlier enjoying thz loans