The Center for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives and small scale business operators in Blantyre have postponed tomorrow’s demonstrations meant to call authorities to deal with the influx of foreign nationals plying their trade illegally in the country.
The decision has come following a call by President Lazarus Chakwera for Malawians to hold a three day mourning period in the wake of deaths of Ministers Sidik Mia and Lingson Belekanyama.
Sylvester Namiwa CDEDI Executive Director says the demonstrations will now be held on 19th January 2021.
He said the groupings will still push government to ensure that their concerns are addressed as most Malawians are being deprived of small and medium enterprise business opportunities.
At a recent interface with the groupings, Richard Chimwendo Banda, Minister of Homeland Security said government has plans to engage all stakeholders to deal with concerns of the influx of foreign nationals plying their trade in the country illegally.
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