Aubrey Nkata, father to the evicted Malawi’s BBA Chase Ambassador Fatima says he found consolation in the fact that her daughter managed to preserve her own and the country’s dignity while in the house.
In his own analysis, Nkata said Fatima’s eviction has not come as a surprise as she was nominated alongside her Zambia and Zimbabwean counterparts, thereby sliming her chances of obtaining the much needed votes from the two neighbouring countries.
“I am extremely happy that she has come out with all the dignity she had before going in. She also managed to preserve the country’s integrity,” he said.
Meanwhile, Multi-choice Malawi Marketing Manager Chimwemwe Nyirenda has attributed Fatima’s eviction to unpatriotism on the part of Malawians.
“It is becoming a trend that Malawians lack patriotism. I was even surprised that even here, back home, people cheered after Fatima’s name was announced for eviction,” said Nyirenda.
Nyirenda has since disclosed that Fatima will land back home on Wednesday.
He said she will hold a press briefing on the same day before being spoiled with a home coming party on Saturday.