Government through the ministry of National Unity and Civic Education has asked the citizenry to promote peace and unity.
The remarks were made by the minister responsible Timothy Pagonachi Mtambo in Lilongwe during the commemoration of National Day of Unity Dialogue and 2022 International of peace.
According to Mtambo, the conference will help the populace to partner with various stakeholders to promote and sustain peace in the country.
He added that they are meeting at a critical time where there are wars and conflicts all over the world and there is a bleak economic outlook.
“With unity, we can overcome more things including bringing down poverty, conquer diseases, overcome the climate crisis and many more things.” He explained.
On his part, Deputy Inspector General of Police responsible for administration Happy Mkandawire said that it is their role to protect life and property so there is Unity, on one part the public is helping the police in its mandate on law enforcement.
Senior Chief Kyungu of Karonga District commended the Ministry of Unity for its hard work in resolving conflicts with the help of traditional leaders.
This year’s conference fell under the theme “Living Together in Unity, Build Peace”.
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