let the work of my hands speak for me – Bingu WA Mutharika
Jealous is one of the reasons our country has stalled for a couple of years without meaningful developments and we have always preferred politics over national developments which can move our country towards Singapore (reality many took like a joke).
I write after being reminded by our current President Lazarus M Chakwera’s touring of one of the greatest achievement by the immediate former President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika – the Area 18 Cloverleaf interchange which he toiled to achieve by putting Malawi first in his quest to transform Malawi as he promised that he will leave this country transformed to the level of Singapore.
Much as I understand it is the duty of the current Government to inspect various projects left by DPP administration, we also wish to remind the current Government that it must not only inspect as a matter of showing authority but it must finish various projects which the former President outlined including construction of a dual-carriage road from Crossroads Hotel up to Lumbadzi then followed by a modernized M1 motorway from Lumbadzi to Mzuzu, another dual-carriage road from Crossroads Hotel up to 6 Miles and followed by a new road from Chingeni to Blantyre via Zomba.
This Parliament to BNS dual carriage will only be meaningful if the other projects will materialize and only then can the present authorities proudly inspect without their opponents having the onus to question your inspection.
Much as we can proudly claim ownership of this Interchange APM delivered we have a lot of developments far reaching at which we are proud of and we mostly praise our star performer for construction and rehabilitation of roads hundreds of kilometers more than any other president who ruled Malawi and even surpassing Hastings Kamuzu Banda who ruled this country for 30 years without any opposition.
One of the distinctive achievements by APM is Community Colleges which he constructed throughout the country which is the key to youth empowerment and as quoted from former USA president Barack Obama “Community colleges play an important role in helping people transition between careers by providing the retooling they need to take on a new career”.
I thank the Star Performer for tasking doubters to inspect the work of his own hands and as a quote of the former President late Bingu wa Mutharika goes “let the work of my hands speak for me”.
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