UK warns of terrorist attack in Malawi


The United Kingdom government has warned that terrorists are likely to try to carry out attacks in Malawi .

The advice on the UK government website is based on information from UK Counter Terrorism Policing.

“Terrorists are likely to try to carry out attacks in Malawi. UK Counter Terrorism Policing has information and advice on staying safe abroad and what to do in the event of a terrorist attack. Find out more about the global threat from terrorism.

“There’s a heightened threat of terrorist attack globally against UK interests and British nationals, from groups or individuals motivated by the conflict in Iraq and Syria. You should be vigilant at this time,” reads the travel advice.

British High Commissioner to Malawi, David Beer, has confirmed the suspicions in an interview with the local media.

He said the UK makes regular review on the threat of terrorism but does not advise against travel to any part of Malawi.

“The safety of British Nationals abroad is a major concern for the FCDO. We therefore attach great importance to providing information about personal safety and security overseas, including an assessment of the threat from terrorism, to enable people to make informed decisions about travel,” Beer said.

There has never been a terrorist attack in Malawi and security agencies are yet to comment on the issue.



  1. Malawians we are foolish, we need to taste the soup. Let’s just wait for that terrific moment!

  2. Lord have mercy on our country Malawi, in the name of Jesus christ.

  3. Stupid.

    What government only warns its citizens against an impending threat happening in another country, without regard for the country’s local people? Wouldn’t it be better to tell the defense sector so that they have a head start in tackling the issue?

    Why is a huge government trying to spread rumors about a small country like Malawi?

    What do you want to exploit from Malawi now? Tilibe kanthutu ife!
    UK government. You selfish motherfuckers.

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