Mutharika’s letter to Zambians on the Passing of leader Michael Sata

His Excellency Guy Scott
Acting President of the
Republic of Zambia
LUSAKA
Your Excellency and Dear
Brother,
It is with deep sense of
shock and profound
sadness that I have learnt
of the passing of His
Excellency Michael Chilufya
Sata, my dear Brother and
President of the Republic of
Zambia, at King Edward
VII’s hospital, Beaumont,
London, United Kingdom.
On behalf of the Malawi
Government and indeed on
my own behalf, I hereby
express my sincere
condolences and
sympathies to Your
Excellency, Government and
people of the Republic of
Zambia and the bereaved
family, during this period of
grief.
His Excellency Mr. Sata will
be fondly remembered by
the African continent as a
fearless freedom fighter,
reformer, and one of the
architects of liberation
struggle that led to the
independence of Zambia
and many other countries.
He will be solely missed by
all those who knew him for
the ideals that he firmly
stood for. The Malawi
people are profoundly sorry
for the loss of a true son of
Zambia who worked
tirelessly to promote peace
and stability in SADC and
COMESA regional blocs, and
the AU as a whole. His great
sense of humour will be
missed by the SADC family.
As you mourn his untimely
departure, we join you in
spirit, prayerful reflection,
and may the grace of the
Almighty God provide
solace to the bereaved
family, and the entire
nation of Zambia, for this
great loss.
May the soul of His
Excellency Michael Sata, rest
in eternal peace.
Please accept, Your
Excellency, my deepest
condolences.
Prof. Arthur Peter
Mutharika
PRESIDENT OF THE
REPUBLIC OF MALAWI

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