HRDC Demands Roadmap On The Creation of 1 Million Jobs

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The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has challenged the Tonse Alliance Administration on the creation of 1 million jobs as they promised during the campaign period ahead of fresh presidential elections.

The coalition made the challenge yesterday during the press briefing the authorities held in Lilongwe.

According to HRDC, nothing has been done on the ground to show the progress on the creation of 1 million jobs in a year saying it is another promise that is breaking hearts of young Malawians.

HRDC further added that most of young Malawians had hope in the new administration believing that their lives would be better.

“There is nothing on the ground that shows progress on the creation of one million jobs in a year another Tonse Alliance promise that is breaking the hearts of young Malawians who had so much hope that the new Administration would make their lives better,” reads the statement.

HRDC leaders have therefore demanded that the Ministry of labor should provide a roadmap for creating these jobs by the end of January 2021.

“But also provide evidence of jobs created so far, which should be at least 500 000 since half a year has passed,” it reads.

During campaign period State vice President Saulos Chilima has been pledging that the Tonse Alliance leadership will create a million jobs within a year

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