Vice President’s Plane Goes Missing


A plane carrying Malawi’s Vice President Saulos Chilima cannot be traced, with authorities in his office and his party saying they are all looking for him.
Chilima was on his way to Mzuzu, where he was expected to connect to Nkhata Bay for the burial of the late Ralph Kasambala.
We are reliably informed that the plane, belonging to the Malawi Defence Force (MDF), was returned about 10 minutes before landing at the airport.
“Yes, I can confirm that the plane did not land in Mzuzu and the matter is being looked into,” said Joseph Moyo, the Airport commander at Mzuzu Airport.
Felix Njawala, who speaks for Chilima’s UTM Party, and Pilirani Phiri, who speaks for the VP, said they have yet to get information on the VP’s whereabouts.
The plane left Lilongwe around 10 am and as of 3:45pm, there was still no trace of the plane.
Content by: Evans Kapito
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