Mutharika promises religious co-existence

President Peter Mutharika has vowed to safeguard the freedom of worship Malawi is enjoying, saying this is a gift that must be guarded jealously.

The President made the commitment yesterday when he opened the 2017 Ijtmah at Mama Khadija Orphanage Centre in Lilongwe whose theme was ‘The Role of Muslims in Economical and Educational Development in Malawi’.

Mutharika said he cherishes the peaceful co-existence and tolerance among Muslims, Christians and members of other faiths, which he said must continue, adding that other countries were failing to attain this.

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  1. Problem azanthunu mumafuna ma beneficiaries amaproject anu adzikhala asilamu okha okha.. mustly muma user violence… that’s not good abale.. china mchakuti kusanvetsa chipembedzo ndi culture.. ngati awo avala ka black kozungulira pamutuwo.. if you are in England and you are putting on t-shirt written am English while you are black Africa…it looks awkward isn’t it? That man is not Muslim koma afuna kukhala mu Arab

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