Wa Mutharika discharged from hospital, back on Nov 20

Malawi President Bingu wa Mutharika who has been receiving a life- saving treatment is said to be in stable condition and is expected to jet back in the country on November 20, Malawi Democrat writes.

Meanwhile, doctors have certified him “fit” to fly to Lisbon, Portugal from Hong Kong to rest at his mansion – belived to have been built for him by Mota Engil as a gift.
State House sources said Wa Mutharika is expected back in the country Sunday next week on November 20.

“He is still in pain and not himself, but he feels it’s better to recuperate from his Portugal home before flying back home on November 20 ,” a top government said.

State House security detail has left Malawi on November 11 for Portugal to join Wa Mutharika as he arrives there on Sunday from hospital.

A source said Wa Mutharika had to undergo a “life- threatening” operation and he had some how “worn out”.

Professor Peter Mutharika, younger brother to President Bingu wa Mutharika said on Sunday that: “The President is in excellent health in Hong Kong.

“This morning I spoke to him and he is the one who informed me about this rumour that he is dead.” The foreign affairs minister spoke on arrival from Uruguay where he attended a United Nations meeting.

A number of Wa Mutharika’s party and government top officials confirmed that the President health failings got worse soon after the Commonwealth summit in Australia last month.

Presidential spokesman Dr Hetherwick Ntaba, as expected, has denied the mounting health problems of his ageing boss.

The 78-year-old Wa Mutharika health has spawned a lot of speculation with some online reports suggesting that he was diagonised of prostate cancer.

Ntaba has repeatedly been rebutting any questions about the president’s bad health.

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