Who is Sidik Mia Wife? Abida Mia Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband Death, Children

Abida Mia Biography, Wiki

Abida Mia is the wife of famous Malawian businessman Sidik Mia, who died on Tuesday from composition of COVID-19. He was a politician, and Member of Parliament who held various ministerial positions within the Cabinet of Malawi beginning in 2004. He Also serving as Minister of Transport and Public Works since June 2020.

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Sidik Mia Wife (Abida Mia)

Abida husband name is Sidik Mia who was a Malawian businessman. Sidik’s husband was born in 1965 in Chikwawa. He went on to obtain a diploma in Business Management. Upon completion, he subsequently established a number of businesses within Malawi and built a network of wealthy business partners who he would later on persuade to become major donors to the Democratic Progressive Party.Sidik Mia’s Father, Abdul Wahab Sidik Mia was born in Nsanje, Marka. Business tycoon and philanthropist, he had been influential in the politics of Nyasaland and later on Malawi.

Apart from being a Politician, Hon. Sidik Mia also loved being with people from all walks of life. He paid for educational fees for many underprivileged students and also assisted a lot of vulnerable citizens through his charity program. He was also a religious person, a very devout Muslim.

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Sidik Mia Cause of Death

Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera has declared a state of disaster in an address to the nation delivered hours after two cabinet ministers died from COVID-19 amid a spike in coronavirus infections.

Transport Minister Sidik Mia and Local Government Minister Lingson Berekanyama both succumbed to the disease in the early hours of Tuesday, the government spokesman said.

They were senior members of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP), the main partner in an alliance that unseated former President Peter Mutharika in June last year.

The deaths followed a cabinet meeting and other gatherings attended by politicians over the Christmas period, but officials did not say where the victims were infected.