Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Mugabe celebrates with the Mutharikas

Madame Callista smiling to her beloved husband, Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika.
By Our Reporter

President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Comrade Robert Gabriel Mugabe and applauded his Malawian counterpart and longtime friend, Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa for finding a wife and going through the entire marriage process in order to respect church norms and traditional customs.

President Mugabe accompanied by his wife Grace and other high ranking Zimbabwe government officials arrived in the country through Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) in Lilongwe on Friday and left the country on Saturday soon after the wedding’s church service.

Speaking before departure at KIA after inspecting guard of honour by the Malawi Defence Force (MDF), Mugabe told journalists he was in Malawi to deliver a simple but important message in congratulating President Dr Mutharika on his successful wedding ceremony.

“We came to congratulate the couple for this beautiful occasion which is precious and happens once in everyone’s life. It looks simple but is very deep and that is why we were here,” he said.

President Mugabe said Zimbabweans back home were also cerebrating with President Bingu wa Mutharika’s on his wedding day just as was the case in the Warm Heart of Africa.

He therefore, called on Malawians to support the new family in every activity that will help in uplifting the country.

“To Malawians I would say, well, this is time to celebrate but let’s support the president and the new family as he carries out his official duties,” he said.

Notable figures that welcomed President Mugabe and saw him off at the Airport included, Zimbabwe High Commissioner to Malawi who is also dean of diplomats Thandiwe Dumbushen, Minister of Transport and Public Infrastructure, Khumbo Kachali, Minister of Tourism Wild life and Culture, Anna Kachikho and Foreign Affairs Minister, Professor Etta Banda.

Malawi President Ngwazi Dr Bingu wa Mutharika wedded his beloved wife Callista Chapola in a colourful ceremony that took place at a make-shift church at Civo Stadium in the administrative capital, Lilongwe before a reception at the New State House in the same city-Malawi Digest.

2 comments:

  1. Profesional vendorApril 23, 2010 at 7:18 AM

    Congratulation Mr. President. But are you aware that Brian Banda of Capital Radion is inciting violence against you sir in his straight talk programme. Everytime he interviews people he asks them to say their views about the quota system and he mentions you and the initiator of the quota system. He is so tribalistic in his approach. It seams someone has asked him to be their fighter through the radio.

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  2. Congratulations Mr. President koma tamva kuti you are not happy with the new wife because she used juju on you to marry her and also that she did not disclose to you that she was almost married to Chimunnthu Banda, is this true? If it is, Mr. President, don't worry, you can just do her the way you did Chilumpha, you are good at putting somebody on the bench.

    This Calista woman will not help us, she is so vindictive and divisive. Why should a whole first lady be planning on the downfall of other women. Malawi does not need such a woman and Mr. President, I am counting on you to put her in your place. As a matter of fact, you were right when you wanted to cancel the wedding, Tapiwa should not have stopped you, that was bad.

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