How Covid-19 hit Malawi cabinet: The Kamuzu Palace meetings

[Nyasa Times - Malawi] - 13/01/2021
Strategy meeting for the 2025 elections by Malawi Congress party (MCP) gurus in December 2020 at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe may have contributed to the Covid-19 attack on some cabinet members who lost two of their colleagues on Tuesday. Transport Minister Sidik Mia and Local Government Minister (...)
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