The Malawian Independence Day which takes place this Saturday 14 July 2018 at the Clyde Community Hall in Glasgow starts at 2:30 pm.
Until Midnight, the Malawians and their sympathisers, who are all invited to the event, will take part in a wide range of activities.
Well-known musicians such as Brave Mnyayi aka Black seed and David Luhanga aka Street rat have been invited. Artistic Licence Band is also going to perform at the event.
According to the Association of Malawians in Scotland, the event organiser, important personalities amongst whose the Malawi Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, Hon Joseph Mwanamvekha and Scotland Minister for Europe, Migration and International Development, Ben Macpherson MSP and many Scottish Members of Parliament have confirmed their presence to the event.
The Malawi 54th independence celebration in Scotland begins at noon this Saturday 14 July with a football game Malawi v Kenya. Later on, people will enjoy live music and traditional Malawian dishes, to name just a few examples.
It is noted that Malawi became independence from the UK on July 6, 1964; the country then celebrates its 54 freedom’s anniversary this year. The Association of Malawians in Scotland, advertising on this event on their Facebook page says that the celebration is opened to anyone; an occasion to come along and have some fun while knowing more about the Malawian culture.
The event is organised by the Association of Malawians in Scotland (AMS) which is a charity registered organisation formed by Malawians living in Scotland to serve the interest of Malawians and all people interested in all aspects of Malawi.