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I am walking along Paul Kagame Highway in the capital city, Lilongwe. This is my Chilambula Road of the old.

As I am walking along this highway, I am hearing muffled voices from all over. The songs of the times include the Coronavirus blues.

Covid-19

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Yeah countryfolks, the global disease which has been declared a pandemic is once again affecting all of us. Artists are not spared with the effects of coronavirus (Covid-19).

Covid-19 is spreading like bush fire. It has no boundaries. It affects all races. It knows no religious systems. It is affecting the affluent and the underprivileged in the society.

Yeah countryfolks, the Warm Heart of Africa, Malawi has set aside K2.4 billion in its strategic emergency plan. This is a commendable initiative in view of the recent reports indicating that Africa has now reported some cases.

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Trepidation

Yeah countryfolks, Covid-19 is causing havoc in the world. It has made humanity live in fear. It has made great nations tremble.

Covid-19 is making some of us question its origins. It is making us suspicious too. Those who believe in the Bible indicate that it is signs of the end times.

Yeah countryfolks, some of us thought that those in the most advanced world should not fear Covid-19. But contrary to public opinion, the coronavirus is the world’s number one enemy now.

Hope

Yeah countryfolks, I am walking along the Paul Kagame Highway and the voices of fear are not going to let me give up against hope.

I am optimistic that our God Jehovah will see us through this pandemic. I am hopeful that Covid-19 will end soon and that life will be back to normal.

Aluta continua…

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