Malawi MPs beg President to reduce trips

From Face of Malawi Fri Nov 23 2012, 04:32:44

Legislators in Malawi have asked President Joyce Banda to reduce expenditure, including local and international travel. They said the trips are straining the country's economy, which is under recovery. President Banda is criss-crossing the country distributing maize and flour to thousands of people facing starvation. MPs wondered why President Banda, using government resources would spend [...]

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