Govt is exaggerating the hunger situation in the country, Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources

From Face of Malawi Thu Nov 15 2012, 06:42:25

The Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources says government is exaggerating the hunger situation in the country. The committee says government is ignoring the fact that Malawi has enough maize stock to last through to the next harvest period. This comes on the back of the seeming confusion on the exact situation in Malawi [...]

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