Hello, I'm Tom Watts with the BBC News.Malawi's newly elected President Lazarus Chakwera has said his victory is a win for democracy and justice.Speaking after the electoral commission declared he had secured almost 60% of the votes, Mr. Chakwera said his heart was bubbling with joy.Mr. Chakwera's win is being seen as a democratic first in Sub-Saharan Africa.A flawed election result has been overturned and the opposition has gone on to win power. Will Ross has more on the new President.Lazarus Chakwera is about 15 years younger than Mr. Mutharika. So people, we are hoping he'll be bringing a lot more energy to the job.He's got an interesting history in that he swung into politics fairly recently,having been a pentecostal pastor and theology lecturer and he headed the Assemblies of God Church in Malawi and then suddenly decided to veer into politics.And since he's been in opposition in politics, he's been quite a firebrand, you know very critical of the governing party.Princeton University in the United States says it is to remove former President Woodrow Wilson's namefrom a building on its campus because of his racist thinking and policies.Mr. Wilson was President between 1913 and 1921, committing US forces to the first world war.But he supported segregation, imposing it on several federal agencies, and spoke approvingly of the Ku Klux Klan.