A grouping against the erection of the Mahatma Ghandi statue in Malawi have postponed the planned vigils against the development.
The grouping calling themselves Citizens for Progressive Action, had planned to start the vigils today at the Indian Embassy in Lilongwe.
However, the first of November has been set as the new date for the vigils.
Chief Operation Strategist of the group Pemphero Mphande said that the postponement follows a meeting they had with Lilongwe city authorities.
The grouping stopped Malawi government from erecting the statue near Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre on the grounds that Ghandi was a racist.
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