Inkosi ya Makhosi Gomani V has used this year’s Umbizo cultural ceremony to join calls for peace and coexistence among Malawians regardless of political or ethnic differences as the country awaits court ruling on the disputed 21 May 2019 presidential election results.
Gomani told the gathering in Ntcheu on Sunday that unity and peace is key to socio-economic transformation hence the need for Malawians to guard these values jealously.
“As Maseko Paramount Chief, let me encourage all the Maseko Ngonis to be united at all times, let me encourage them to love one another and let us be God fearing people at all times,” said the Chief.
Gomani observed that about 64 percent of Malawians are youthful and has since encouraged them to be culturally active. He further urged girls to go to school.
Vice President Everton Chimulirenji who graced the occasion echoed the same saying intolerance brings in conflicts.