Lilongwe city council has given refugees 90 days to fold up their businesses in the city and relocate to Dzaleka refugee camp in Dowa.
Lilongwe city council chief executive officer John Chome said this has been arrived at after intense consultations with the refugees leadership.
Refugees, especially from Burundi and Rwanda run various businesses, including running hawkers , in townshipsÂ as well as key trading centres in the city.
A group, calling its self concerned citizens has vowed to take drastic step if the refugees do not vacate their businesses in the city,
The Chairpeson of the group, Symon Macmilan has said the refugees are stifling Malawian businesses.
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