Dozy Mmobuosi pledges to construct 1000 houses for Cyclone Freddy survivors in Malawi

By Chisomo Phiri

A United Kingdom-based Nigerian billionaire Dozy Mmobuosi has pledged to construct 1000 houses for cyclone Freddy affected households in the country.

The Dozy Mmobuosi Foundation Chief Executive Officer(CEO), made the disclosure in Lilongwe on Wednesday morning during an interface with members of Parliament.

The billionaire also announced that he will work with all Members of Parliament in the country in provision of Interest Free Loan(IFL) to women groups in all the 193 constituencies.

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He said: “I cannot give the figure now, we are going to allow the MPs to come up with the model and we will come in with what suits the needs of the people of Malawi.”

On her part, speaker of Parliament Catherine Gotani Hara thanked the foundation for choosing to work with the Parliament of Malawi for they represent all the people of Malawi.

“We appreciate your intervention especially for assisting cyclone Freddy survivors and investing in women empowerment to reduce their vulnerability,” said Hara.

The Dozy Mmobuosi Foundation partnered with the Tigwiranemaja Initiative run by former presidents Joyce Banda and Bakili Muluzi and is constructing 100 houses for Cyclone Freddy survivors in Phalombe.