Vice president of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) who is also the speaker of the national assembly, Richard Msowoya is calling on government to review the education system in secondary schools.
Observer group, MEJN, has expressed worry over the sluggish implementation of development projects under public funds in Karonga which it says need reformation by the district’s council.
The people of Karonga have underlined the lack of political as the main factor behind the sluggish progress of socio-economic activities in the district.
The Roman Catholic (RC) Church in Karonga has advised the people of Malawi to work hard in their farms to overcome the challenges food insecurity has brought upon the southern African nation.
The Karonga Diocese of the Roman Catholic (RC) Church has maintained its position to continue defending the truth, justice and promoting peace within and outside its jurisdiction in Malawi.
The leadership of the Malawi national assembly continues to come under intense pressure to justify it’s over expenditure of public financial resources.
The clergy has said it is heartbreaking to see Malawi and its people heavy laden despite having natural resources that can improve the country’s economic rating on the global list.
Members of the public are being assured of a speedy discussion and approval of the national budget as legislators will from June 22 enter into the committee of supply.
Legislators on June 8 started presenting their recommendations on allocations made to various ministries and departments in the 2015/2016 proposed national budget, after a two week recess.
President Mutharika says he hopes that the sit-in at the Malawi National Assembly will end soon, as discussions on the issue of salaries continue to take place.