“MALAWIANS NEED TO WORK TOGETHER”- As MMA chairman visits Living Waters Church

Charles Kachitsa at Living Waters Church Manchester

Charles Kachitsa at Living Waters Church Manchester

In what has been described as the meet and greet initiative, the Malawi Manchester Association has once again  continued its drive to meet and hear from Malawians living within the greater manchester area . This weekend , the association’s  chairman, Charles Kachitsa, together with some executive members  took time to visit members of the Living Waters Church in the city.

The Living Waters Church visit comes at the back of another visit to the Calvary Family Church (CFC) last week. In answering why they chose the churches Mr Kachitsa said ” This is just the start and we will visit as many places as possible where a good number of malawians meet up. we understand that these churchs dont only have malawians, but we are happy because selling malawi to people of other countries is also part of our objectives” He further highlighted that the main purpose of the visit is to get to know as many malawians as possible and push for more togetherness amongst Malawians within the region.

At both the Living Waters and Calvary church , the MMA chairman  shared the objectives of the association and called on all Malawians to get involved and work together with the association. He acknowledged that as an association it cannot not work independently without other stakeholders such as churches and other associations.

” We have an understanding that MMA is not a religious organisation-but  we very much understand that we cannot exclude churches or mosques if we want to meet and hear from Malawians” explained Kachitsa. Leadership from the two churches commended the MMA for starting this association and highlighted their willingness to work alongside the association in matters that involve malawians in the region.

Asked whats next for MMA, Kachitsa said the meet and greet initiative will continue and that the executive of the association will meet soon to cement plans for further activities  withing the christmas period. The other news is the fact that some members of the association will early next year run a half marathon to raise money for charity organistaions in Malawi.

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