Capital Hill, govt offices will be safeguarded: Chief Secretary

Written by  MBC Online

Capital Hill-the seat of government- and government offices will be safeguarded "by all means possible," Llyod Muhara, Chief Secretary to the Government has assured the general public after Capital Hill was invaded on June 4 by what he described as "intruders."

Muhara: Capital Hill invaded by intruders on June 4. Muhara: Capital Hill invaded by intruders on June 4.

"The situation is back to normal and services will continue to be provided," said Muhara in a statement.


He said the Government regrets to inform the general public that provision of Government services was "distrupted today 4th June 2019 when the Capital Hill was invaded by intruders."


Alleged MCP activists terrorised civil servants at Capital Hill in Lilongwe to protest the May 21 results won by President Professor Peter Mutharika, who beat MCP's Lazarus Chakwera and Saulos Chilima of UTM.


Muhara said:"Government further assures the general public that the rule of law will take its course."

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