Aircraft carrying Malawi’s Vice President, Saulos Chilima and nine others reportedly missing

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A Terrifying news reaching us indicates an aircraft carrying the president of Malawi and some other members has been reported missing.

The report reveals the Malawian Vice President Saulos Chilima and nine others has gone missing, according to a statement from the president’s office said.

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According to a report filed by BBC, The Malawi Defense Force aircraft “went off the radar” after it left the capital, Lilongwe, on Monday morning, it added.

The president ordered a search and rescue operation after aviation officials were unable to contact the aircraft.

It was supposed to land at Mzuzu International Airport, in the country’s north, just after 10:00 local time (11:00 BST)

After being informed of the incident, Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera cancelled his scheduled flight to the Bahamas.

Aircraft carrying Malawi's Vice President, Saulos Chilima and nine others reportedly missing
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