Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Plane Carrying Malawi’s Vice President Goes Missing

The plane carrying Malawi's Vice President, Saulos Chilima, has gone missing during its flight, according to British media reports.

The aircraft had 10 people on board, including the Vice President.

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The plane disappeared from radar shortly after taking off from Lilongwe, the capital of Malawi, en route to Mzuzu. In response, President Lazarus Chakwera has ordered an immediate search for the missing aircraft and has canceled his planned trip to the Bahamas to focus on the search and rescue efforts.

This alarming incident has led to urgent actions to locate the plane and ensure the safety of Vice President Chilima and the other passengers.

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Aarav Joshi
Aarav Joshi
Aarav Joshi is a seasoned content writer with a passion for covering worldly and international news stories. His journey in journalism began as a reporter for the BBC, where he honed his skills in researching and crafting compelling narratives. He has also contributed articles to 'The Times of India,' one of India's leading newspapers, delving into diverse topics ranging from politics and economics to culture and human interest stories.
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