By Linda Kwanjana
For two months running, Malawi has played home to two African Heads of State from the neighbouring countries at the invitation of President Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera.
It was only last month when the Zimbwabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa paid a three-day State visit to Malawi and now its the turn of a Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan.
President Suluhu Hassan jetted in the country on Wednesday afternoon at Kamuzu International Airport where he was warmly welcomed by President Chakwera and a throng cheering women.
President Suluhu’s programme in the country will take him to Bingu Convention Centre where he will grace the Independence Day Prayers, Civic Offices where he will sign the visitors book, and she will have a tour of Parliament bulding and pay respect to the the fallen founding father of the Republic, Hestings Kamuzu Banda at his resting place in the heart of Lilongwe.
It is expected that the visiting Tanzanianian President will have bilateral discusions with President Chakwera.
While in the country, President Suluhu will also visit Cyclone affected areas in Blanytre.