Talk:Tumbuka people

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Just a small correction: Chiuta is the Christian God.

Possivle POV[edit]

The Tumbukas are among,if not the most educated people in Malawi as a result the former and the first Malawian President Kamuzu Banda,so them as a threat and persecuted a lot of them,one he day,he was quoted as saying "God made a great a mistake he created the Tumbukas and gave them intelligence".Presently there is quet a signicant number of the Tumbukas in Zimbabwe and South Africa.

(In additon to being possible POV it needs grammar and spelling repair. Can the quote be confirmed? How about the accusations of persecution?) RJFJR 03:19, Mar 3, 2005 (UTC)