Vice President Dr. Saulos Klaus Chilima on Wednesday inspected various preparatory taking place in the capital city with a message that the 41st SADC Summit of Heads of State is an opportunity for Malawi to give the best impression to the world.
Chilima, who was ordered last Sunday by President Lazarus Chakwera to inspect the works, said he was impressed with the work that the committee has done and urged them to work around the clock considering that visitors start arriving Monday.
The committee is led by Foreign Affairs Minister Eisenhower Mkaka who also accompanied the Vice President during tour presented a report on the position of preparations of the Summit, as submitted by the various Subcommittees.
“Malawi should regard the hosting of the Summit and the assuming of the SADC Chairmanship as a one time opportunity to show the world what it is capable of and display the beauty that the country has,”Chilima said.
The Vice President said he will tour all Summit hotspots to ensure that all things are in place and orderly.