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  • We can take this nation to greater heights… As we enter 2019 let us believe in ourselves and show progress for the benefit of the country
  • Malawians are tired of suffering in poverty, they want us to compete on our policies and programs. The destiny of this nation lies in the decisions that we will make this year
  • We have seen the economy improving. We can see more Malawians opening new businesses and building better houses. We can see our quality of life improving
  • We will continue constructing roads, schools, community colleges, hospitals and the rural electrification programme
  • Everywhere, we can see Malawians buying cars more than ever because they have disposable income. We can see more and more Youths buying motorbikes because they can afford
  • Let us reject politics of hate and castigation and smear campaigns, let us forgive one another. Time has come for us to rise above petty politics, let us put Malawi first, say no to political lies
  • We also expect to see an increase in e-commerce and online transactions because the national identity system steps up electronic security. Not long from now, we will now buying and selling our goods online more than ever. This is transformation


  • Five more years for APM

APM's Agenda

  • 1. Agriculture, Water Development and Climate Change

  • 2. Education and Skills Development

  • 3. Energy, Industry and Tourism Development

  • 4. Transport and ICT Infrastructure

  • 5. Health and Population


DPP Launches Manifesto

President Prof Arthur Peter Mutharika on Sunday 8th of April 2019 launched the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) manifesto and campaign at the Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe

APM Launches Old Airport Kasiya Santhe Road

Kasungu, April 03/2019, Mana: President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on Wednesday launched the 95 Kilometer Old Airport-Kwanyanda road at Santhe in Kasungu.

APM launches Malawi Health Situation Room

President Arthur Peter Mutharika has assured the nation that his administration is determined to make Malawi a healthy nation

African Development Bank sees growth improvement in Malawi

“GDP is projected to grow by 4.6% in 2018/19 and 5.6% in 2019/20. Agricultural improvements, stable macroeconomic fundamentals