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Chilima following footsteps of corruption grand master, Ben Phiri


Following events unfolding in offices of both the President and the Vice President it is now certain that Malawi will remain in the hands of corrupt leaders until 2019.

As per reports from Escom, Chilima is abusing his power by forcing the electricity body to award contracts to unqualified bidders.

The same reports indicate that Chilima is using his wife to advance his corrupt ambitions at Escom.

“Chilima’s wife has been awarded a contract to supply Escom poles leaving out trusted companies Escom has worked with before,” said a top Escom official on condition of anonymity, adding:

“Malawi is really rotten. Saulos can not lead a corrupt free Malawi as he is a puppet of Ben phiri. I have got alot of friends in other government departments and they are really complaining about his behaviour.”

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  1. Max Zakeyo Chunga October 5, 2016 at 11:05 am -  Reply

    He is getting baptised with evil!

  2. Nick Yiannakis October 5, 2016 at 1:28 pm -  Reply

    Don’t trust Saulos Chilima at ALL!!!

  3. Greenwell Matchaya October 5, 2016 at 1:55 pm -  Reply

    hahahah…akuti fisi is fisi lol

  4. Luka Msiska October 5, 2016 at 3:44 pm -  Reply

    Let him eat money plz

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