Lions Club of Capital City (LCCC) on Saturday planted over 3,000 trees at Dzalanyama Forest in the district in a bid to protect Lilongwe River’s catchment area which will eventually help sustain water supply in the city by Lilongwe Water Board (LWB).
The Democratic Progressive Party-DPP has called on people of Mbwatalika area in Lilongwe rural to concentrate on the ruling party and not to waste time with the opposition parties as the DPP is the only party that can develop this country.
The 5th Meeting of the National Assembly in the 47th Session of Parliament, which is also the Mid-Year Budget Review will commence on Tuesday, March 5 2019, Speaker of Parliament Richard Msowoya has announced.
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