Saturday, November 21, 2009

Bingu flies to Trinidad & Tobago on Monday

President Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika is expected to inspect a Presidential Guard of Honour before flying out to Trinidad and Tobago. Pic by Malawi Digest.

By Lucy Liponda

Malawi President Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika leaves the country on Monday for the Islands of Trinidad and Tobago to attend this year’s Commonwealth Summit, Malawi Digest understands.

According to information gathered by Malawi Digest from the presidential State House in the administrative capital, Lilongwe, the State President will depart from the Kamuzu International Airport at 07:00 am.

The departure for Trinidad and Tobago brings to shame speculations by former President Bakili Muluzi funded machinery that the State President was back in Malawi for good to solve some unnamed ‘crisis’.

The Muluzi funded machinery had also been lying that the State President was proceeding from Italy, to Spain and then the islands of Trinidad and Tobago.

However, Malawi Digest has just learnt that the Muluzi funded boys had mistaken the Port of Spain into being Spain the country.

The Port of Spain is in fact the capital city for the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. When one flies into Trinidad and Tobago, they land in Port of Spain which is the capital city where the main international airport is situated.

President Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika, arrived back on Wednesday night from Rome, Italy where he attended the United Nations World Food Summit.

Whilst in Rome, the State President made a moving speech to global leaders appealing for more help to the agricultural sector in poor countries.

The Malawian leader said that it was wrong for richer countries and organisations to be providing food aid to poor countries whenever there is a crisis without empowering and improving their agriculture base-Malawi Digest.


  1. Nice picture, that explains the man on the ground than most of crazy news. When fliying, he can be making those turns to let those who thinks they are on right side of the river shift sides and follow the "Rhythm" of the day, new Chess board.

    Life goes on

  2. A Ngwazi Mutharika ndi katundu, good pictures indeed. No wonder Nyasatimes steals from this site pictures. Continue surprising Malawians Dr Bingu wa Mutharika.

    Travel well bwana.

  3. Koma kodi bwanawa akuyenda bwanji? Lero akuti ndibwara after 10 days, mmawa wake awa akutulukira poyerawa. Kodi zikukhala bwanjia? koma Jet yagulidwayi anthu tivutika kwambiri.

  4. Angwazi senderani! eeeh talowa m'boma. muwazunguze a fisi amenewa samamva iyayi. Mukanyamuka Monday mundobwera mwadzidzidzi Wednesday. Akuzolowera Joyce Bandayu

  5. Bwana yenderanitu. Nthawi ndi yomweyi. Professor Mutharika akadzatenga boma inu muli ku Ndata muli phee! kupuma.

  6. If I was the Presidential advisor, I would call on him to stay at home, no electricity, no water, the quota system, no fuel and many more. Please stay at home to solve these things.

  7. Both FAO and Commonwealth summits are important to me, so don't blame the Bwana for attending. I feel proud to see him rubbing shoulders with the greats of this world. Travel well bwana.

  8. Please attend the summits bwana, you have all our blessings. Not Bakili Muluzi who attended Islamic countries summits as if we were an Islamic nation.

  9. You mean Nyasatimes were lying that he was going to Spain meaning the Port of Spain the capital of Trinidad and Tobago? Ha! ha! ha! mwandiseketsa a Malawi Digest. What else do you expect from a young democrat Tom Chiumia and the Edger Msowoyas of this world.

  10. Malawi Digest should write their stories and leave Nyasatimes alone. I have not seen Nyasatimes attacking Malawi Digest. If Nyasatimes do not have inside information, what do you expect? You are a childish online newspaper. On the other hand, I don't support some of the blantant lies created by Nyasatims.

  11. I thought Malawi digest reported that the President had cancelled his trip- see the story on the right

  12. So who is right? Nyasatimes or Digest? Mugwera limodzi!!