DPP squeezes Kachali in Parliament over Mponela bed saga

From Face of Malawi Wed Nov 14 2012, 07:40:47

The former ruling Democratic Progress Party - DPP - has asked the Minister of Health and Malawi's Vice President Mr Khumbo Kachali to present to parliament a report on the beds that were moved from Mponela in Dowa to Mzimba as allegedly as campaign tool in September. DPP Vice President Dr Jean Kalirani, who is [...]

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