I have arrived safely in Dubai as a continuation of the journey I embarked on this week, starting with a stop in Kenya where the story of a new Malawi was told.
As your servant leader, I am committed to bring investment to Malawi, enhance cooperation with key countries and catalyse development so that jobs are created; lives of our people are improved via wealth creation and food security achieved.
During my working visit in Dubai, I am focused on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) as it will play an important role in fostering economic growth and development in our country. I will keep you updated as we seal deals and conclude numerous discussions that will bring about the aforementioned investment.
I have lined up engagements with the political establishment of United Arab Emirates and a number of Funders for development projects. That is what Malawi needs. We need action.
In as much as I am campaigning for investment for Malawi, such investment requires skills and new technology to accelerate growth.