Malawians plus people of other nationalities based in UK will have a fundraising dinner in the City of Luton on Friday , 13th December.
The announcement was made by Evangelist Elizabeth Kalonga of African Home Traditional Organisation when she had an interview with Chalo Mvula of Radio 247 MALAWI. The fundraising dinner is to aid the funding of Memory Women refugee centre in Malawi, a place where people passing through various life problems can find help and shelter.
Evangelist Kalonga said “We are inviting all Malawians in UK to make their way to Luton and be part of this great event, we have traditional food and some interesting activities on the day”. The event is scheduled to take place at AW HOUSE, 6-8 STUART STREET. LUTON, LU1 2SJ. Time will be 6pm till midnight. The ticket price is £20
Among notable guests to the event includes , the Deputy Malawi High commissioner to Uk John Tembo Jnr, renowned charity worker Betty Makoni, Dr Mabel Joshua-Amadi and others.
For more information on the event and how you can get the tickets, contact 07539971096 or 07908216472
Malawians living in the city of Manchester will next month come together to bring the traditional way of celebrating Christmas at a dinner dance to take place in the city.
According to the information made available to Radio 247 Malawi .The dinner dance has been organized by Malawi Manchester Association (MMA) and is aimed at bringing Malawians within the city and surrounding areas together for a big Christmas feast.
The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday 21st December, at SACHAS HOTEL, Tib street, Piccadilly Manchester M4 1SH from 7pm-2am
Tickets are going at £20 and more information on tickets purchase can be obtained MMAs organising secretary Harris Kabvina on 07456383507.
Radio 247 Malawi will keep you informed of any latest development.