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Chinese ambassador to Malawi has been shown the exit door after leaking APM confidential medical reports.

The Malawi government has sent packing the Chinese ambassador to Malawi after the Chinese envoy informed Vice President Saulos Chilima the worsening health condition of President Peter Mutharika, Afriem has established.

According to our sources from state house the Chinese ambassador Zhang Qingyang became APM’s enemy following the disclosure of the confidential medical report that came from Chinese doctors who were treating the Malawi President.

“Peter is critically ill and and was diagnosed by Chinese doctors and the ailment is terminal.

“This is the reason why there is a swift of alliance to Saulos Chilima by some DPP bigwigs,” he said. He further said that Ntaba has returned to state house to take care of the sick President whose health is deteriorating by each and every passing day.

“Since Ntaba is the doctor the blue camp can depend on, they thought it wise to call him back to state house so that he should be near the President in case something happens that needs his urgent attention,” he added.

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