Former President Mutharika Distributes Food Hampers to Needy in Chisigele Village, Promises to Liberate Malawi

By Twink Jones Gadama

In a heartwarming gesture of generosity, former President of Malawi, Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, distributed food hampers to thousands of people in Chisigele Village, T/A Mponda in Mangochi. The majority of recipients, who were Muslims, expressed their deep gratitude to Mutharika for his continued support in feeding the needy in their community.

“We are thankful to His Excellency, Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, for these hampers. As we break fasting this afternoon, we will enjoy because we normally starve,” said Fatima Ibrahim, one of the recipients.

Mutharika handing over food hampers

The people of Chisigele Village praised Mutharika for his ongoing efforts to assist those in need and called for him to continue serving the nation. The DPP regional governor for the Eastern Region also thanked Mutharika and assured him that votes are waiting for him next year due to his generous gesture.

In response, Mutharika reassured the assembly that he is determined to bounce back and liberate Malawi from its current challenges. “My people, don’t worry. Next year, I am liberating Malawi from hell,” declared Mutharika.

The meeting also saw the presence of former First Lady, Getrude Mutharika, and the Director of Women for the Eastern Region, Eluby Kandeu. Malawians from all walks of life expressed their desire for Mutharika to lead the nation once again and free Malawi from the struggles under the current MCP government led by Chakwera.

Chakwera had promised Malawians a bright future, likening it to the path to Canaan, but many now feel disillusioned and describe the current state of affairs as living in hell. Mutharika’s dedication to serving the nation and his track record of assistance to the needy have endeared him to many, who see him as the only hope for a better Malawi.

As the former president continues his efforts to support the disadvantaged and marginalized communities in Malawi, his popularity and support among the people remain strong. The food hampers distributed in Chisigele Village are just one example of Mutharika’s commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of the most vulnerable in society.

In the upcoming elections, Malawians will have the opportunity to choose their leaders once again. With Mutharika’s promise to liberate the nation and bring about positive change, many are looking to him as a beacon of hope for a brighter future. As the former president continues to demonstrate his dedication to serving the people, his actions speak louder than words, earning him respect and admiration from all those he has assisted.

The generosity and compassion shown by Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika in distributing food hampers to the people of Chisigele Village are a testament to his commitment to helping those in need. As the former president pledges to liberate Malawi from its current struggles, his actions resonate with many who see him as a strong leader capable of bringing about positive change.