Monday, October 12, 2009

Malawi's Ngwazi Dr Mutharika is back

Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika walking on red carpet with Vice President Joyce Banda. On his right is Army Commander is Marko Chidziko and on the left is Inspector General of Police representative Commissioner Loti Dzodzi. Pic by Adack Pafupi, Malawi News Agency.

By Emmanuel Sobilika

Malawi President Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika has arrived back home after a successful official trip to Brazil and the United States of America.

He was welcomed on arrival at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) in the administrative capital, Lilongwe by thousands upon thousands of people led by Vice President Joyce Banda.

Also at KIA welcoming the Ngwazi were the Chief Secretary Bright Msaka SC, Army Commander Marko Chidziko and a representative of the Inspector General of Police, Commissioner Lot Dzodzi.

The State President later greeted cabinet ministers, Members of Parliament, traditional leaders and watched a few dances before proceeding to the New State House in Lilongwe.

Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika, left the country on 15 September, 2009 for a three-day official visit to Brazil and later proceeded to the United States of America for the UN General Assembly.

Whilst in the US, Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika was honoured by the Miami based Foundation for Democracy in Africa when he was given the Medal for Glory award.

He was honoured for promoting democracy in Malawi and developing the country’s economy and ensuring food security.

The president also had one-on-one discussions with UN Secretary General Ban-Kin-Moon and attended meetings and luncheons with global leader’s including US President Baraki Obama and British Prime Minister Goldon Brown.

The State President later proceeded on a two week private holiday that was announced well in advance before he left Malawi in September-Malawi Digest.


  1. he hired a private jet....he sold his jet for 2million usd, wen pa action ikanalowa 15million usd. now he z hiring a jet. dzikoli abale.

  2. A good picture and excellent piece of writing, keep it up, but don't be just positive for the sake of being positive. HE has a job to do for all our citizens.

    Kumazuzula if necessary, look the other comment on private jet.

    God bless Malawi, God bless the world.

    Life goes on

  3. Private jet, Dziko lake lomweli? Wayambako?