LILONGWE (Tamanda Mwale, Malawi NewsNow)- President Peter Mutharika will set a new date which he will be available to meet officials of the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) to listen to the suggested solutions to socio-economic challenges that have rocked the country.
Government spokesperson Mr Jappie Mhango said Mutharika has promised to have an audience with the delegates to present the resolutions made at the PAC meeting.
Mutharika was scheduled to meet the delegates on Wednesday, 30th March at Sanjika in Blantyre but cancelled the meeting due to busy schedule.
State House said the PAC meeting postponed following another appointment which Mutharika had on the same day at the Kamuzu Palace.
PAC Executive director Mr Robert Phiri said the organisation want to meet the President “to share with him some of the resolutions we have following a meeting we had in Blantyre.”
During PAC meetings in Blantyre, stakeholders advised government to consider the resolutions made by delegates.
Among the resolutions, the stakeholders suggested for a body that is to look after the supply of staple grains in government silos as one way of preventing hunger.
While opposition leaders called for President Mutharika to resign, branding him as “inept” leader.