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LOWE LAUNCHES DISTRICT CLEAN-UP DAY IN LL-Leads in cleaning exercise at district council


The Minister of Agriculture in Chakwera’s led administration Lobin Lowe, MP, launched a National Clean-Up Day at district level with a warning to all citizens against littering saying law enforcement officers will take needed course of action once found littering in Lilongwe district.

Lowe leading in cleaning exercise at Lilongwe district council offices

Writing on his Facebook page, Lowe highlighted that much as he is fighting hard to make Malawians start eating thrice through more harvests that will be achieved by Affordable Inputs Program (AIP), this can have no impact if the people are subjected to some diseases spread because of uncleanness.

Kudya katatu kutheka ndithu with Affordable Inputs Program (AIP) but this can have no impact if we eat in an area which is not clean.

It’s against this that I follow My President’s mission of making Malawi a clean country through a National Clean-Up Initiative by launching this program in My home district of Lilongwe.

With our mindset change and impetus, we can have Clean Lilongwe and I have set the pace as Our President did set the pace at National level.

Lowe finished by saying “Let us all clean, clean and clean our Lilongwe until we see it clean”

National Clean-Up Day was launched last Tuesday by His Excellency Dr Lazarus Chakwera and it was announced that this will be happening once in every second Friday of the month.

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