MP urges govt to protect women from cunning foreigners

From Face of Malawi Wed Dec 12 2012, 01:42:27

Opposition Members of Parliament have asked government to ensure protection of Malawi's women from exploitation by foreign businessmen. Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) leader in Parliament George Chaponda said on Monday that Malawi needs a law that would protect Malawi women from being abused by foreigners who marry them to acquire business licenses and citizenship status. [...]

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