Bridgin Foundation commits to support Malawi


President of Bridgin Foundation Professor Tanko Mouhamadou has yesterday told Malawians that the western is will to help the country in terms of finance.

Mouhamadou said this during the signing ceremony at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe.

Mouhamadou said, “We are here not only to support Malawians but also to support the country, we want to make the future of Africa bright, and we believe the next generation will transform African condition restore dignity starting from women empowerment.”

According to Mouhamadou, money is not an issue in western but here in Africa, the western is trying to reload this gap and aiming in bringing technology here in Africa.

President Lazarus Chakwera said the government will make a good use of the money and he thanked the Bridgin Foundation for trusting him.

Chakwera said People laughed when used to talk about constructing Inkosi Mbelwa University and increasing electricity capacity mega wats, Bridgin Foundation held his vision and today they are signing an agreement that includes funding for that project.

“The time for selfish people using government programs to fund five deals for themselves is past.” He added

Malawi’s finance minister Sosten Gwengwe says, the money will be used to improve infrastructure in sectors such as Education, Health and energy.

Bridgin Foundation is a Belgium based, its aim is to contribute to the economic social and industrial development of emerging economies by finding their priority projects and programs.

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