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Misa-Malawi optimistic on having offices

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Media Institute of Southern Africa (Misa)- Malawi Chapter has said it is optimistic that it will acquire an office building this year.
Misa-Malawi Chairperson, Teresa Ndanga, made the remarks in Lilongwe over the weekend during a fundraising dinner.
Misa Malawi wants to raise about K30 million to buy an office structure. A number of activities have been lined up to achieve the goal.
One of activities was the fundraising dinner and dance and, according to Ndanga, things are on track.
“We set a target of K30 million six months ago, we want to have an office structure because since the establishment of Misa Malawi 20 years ago, we have been renting office space. Now that we have partners coming, by 2018 we should have achieved this goal,” she said.
Director of Information in the Ministry of Information, Gideon Munthali, said the route that Misa Malawi has taken looks promising.
“The government is pleased to associate with Misa because if we want to develop as a country, we need to instill a spirit of self-reliance,” he said.
Founder of Rich Mines, Otis Bushiri, who made a donation of K2 million to Misa-Malawi said financial independence is important.

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