Plane carrying Malawi’s vice president missing: Search operation begins, 9 more people were also on board

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The plane of the Vice President of the East African country Malawi went missing on Monday morning. - Dainik Bhaskar

The plane of the Vice President of the East African country Malawi went missing on Monday morning.

A military plane carrying the African country Malawi’s Vice President Saulos Chilima (51) went missing on Monday. The Malawi government said the plane disappeared from the radar in the morning. So far attempts to contact the plane have not been successful.

According to the report of news agency Reuters, the Vice President was on board the Malawa Defense Force’s plane. The plane took off from Malawi’s capital Lilogwe on Monday morning. A total of 10 people were on board, including Vice President Chilima.

The plane was scheduled to land in Mzuzu on Monday morning but contact with the plane was lost before that. After being unable to contact the plane, the President ordered a search and rescue operation. Efforts are being made to find the location of the plane.

Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera has cancelled his trip to the Bahamas.

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