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Peter Mutharika

Date of Birth: 1940
Place of Birth: Thyolo, Nyasaland


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Brothers-in-arms

Western governments seem unimpressed by the efforts of Foreign Minister Arthur Peter Mutharika, brother of President Bingu wa Mutharika, to persuade them to restore aid to Malawi...

Peter Mutharika, who is being groomed for the presidency, made little progress in a London meeting with British Foreign Secretary William Hague on 17 October in healing the rift over April’s expulsion of Britain’s High Commissioner, Fergus Cochrane-Dyet, who’d described the President as ‘intolerant’...

Peter Mutharika also met United States and European Union officials without evident success...


The President lashes out

The President wants to bequeath his office to his lacklustre brother, Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, much as he and his predecessor inherited theirs...

The prospect of Peter Mutharika succeeding his brother as President seems remote...


Mutharika cracks down

Peter Mutharika, as Minister of Education over the fight with the academics, although without effect...

Peter Mutharika dismissed the accusations, saying that only his brother has the power to ask him to step down...

The Vice-President, Joyce Banda, who was sacked from the governing Democratic Progressive Party for failing to back Peter Mutharika as the DPP’s next presidential candidate, has decided to form the People’s Party...


Subsidising politics

In addition to gaining food security, albeit at a high price, it has helped to secure Mutharika’s political base, which he intends to bequeath to his brother, Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, for the elections of 2014...


On top and in charge

Peter Mutharika, moves away from his law students at the University of Washington in Saint Louis, United States and into the Justice Ministry – and some say, into a clear run to the presidency in 2014...


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