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USA warns of complete aid withdraw

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The government of the United States of America has advised the DPP led government to deal with corruption which has become a standard in the public sector or completely forget about aid from the world’s richest nation.

Issuing the warning American embassy’s spokesperson, Edward Moster said that the second Millenium Challenge Compact Malawi is awaiting might not come to reality if the Malawian government will continue tolerating corruption.

“My country does not condone corruption that is why corrupt people are banned from entering the USA.

“At the moment Malawi has a number of high profile corruption cases and we are eagerly waiting to see the outcome of the cases.

“We will react basing on how Malawi will handle the cases but we believe the right thing will be done,” he said.

He further said that other countries might also shun Malawi completely in terms of aid if corruption will continue to thrive in world’s poorest nation.

At the moment the ACB is investigating George Chaponda and Admarc CEO, Forster Mulumbe for their wrong doing in the Zambia maize scum.

On top of that parliament is about to start an inquiry if seven ministers who embezzled about K230 billion from government coffers.

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  1. Felix Ernest March 15, 2017 at 8:53 am -  Reply

    Azungu bwerani muzatengeso dzikoli… otitsogolerawa sakufuna ana awofe tichite bwino kut tisiye kupempha ma sweet

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