Luangeni Member of Parliament Angela Cifire says government has continued to shame its critics by continuing to provide development to the people of Luangeni and the country as a whole.
Ms. Cifire said it is unfortunate that some people do not appreciate the developments the MMD under President Rupiah Banda has brought to the people.
ZANIS reports that Ms. Cifire was speaking when she addressed Saili Women’s Association and later paid a courtesy call on Chief Saili at his palace.
Ms. Cifire said some people just negatively criticize government development programmes for no apparent reason saying such people only want to be difficulty for nothing.
She said there were a lot of developmental programmes government is undertaking in Luangeni and the country at large adding that even critics of government are aware of such developments.
She called on such people to come out in the open and appreciate the development programmes government has put in place.
Ms. Cifire who is also Information and Broadcasting Services Deputy Minister, said those that have come out in the open to support government realize and have seen that MMD is a working government.
She commended those that have openly supported development programmes in her constituency and the country as a whole and urged them not to relent in doing so.
And Chief Saili of the Ngoni speaking people in Kova area in Luangeni constituency has urged government to continue assisting women clubs in his area and engage them in various developmental projects.
He said this was important as it would help women in the area become active in issues of their development.
Chief Saili said that involving women in developmental projects would also help them contribute to the development process in his chiefdom.
He noted that there is need for Saili area to develop in order to be a strong example to other chiefdoms.
Meanwhile Saili Women Association Chairperson, Emekiye Soko said women in the association have continued to remain united and working closely together.
Ms. Soko said unlike other women association, Saili women Association understand the importance of unity.
She said unity was an important ingredient of progress for any society.