Malawi’s government is claiming it has the details and names of people behind the resignation letter alleged to have been written by Vice President Saulos Chilima.
Vice President Saulos Chilima is urging Malawians to change their attitude for the country to achieve significant growth in 2017.
President Mutharika took to state television on the night of 21 November in a desperate attempt to simmer down mounting public criticism against the performance of his administration.
Malawi’s vice-President Saulos Chilima has made a fresh call for Malawians to embrace patriotism, hard work and integrity as pillars which could lead to the development of the country.
The government of Malawi is still pressing on with efforts to mobilise resources that will help contain the devastating hunger that has affected millions of its people.
Brussels is exerting pressure on Lilongwe to speed up the implementation of the Public Service Reforms (PSRs) which are believed to be crucial in public finance management.
President Mutharika has opted to explain himself another day on his much criticised visit to the United States of America (USA) following his return to Malawi on September 4.
The Unites States of America (USA) government believes Malawi would be on a right path to social economic development only if the authorities cut down on budgetary spending.
President Mutharika is holding responsible Malawi's failure to achieve all the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) on a lack of finances.