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Parliamentary inquiry commission to present maizegate report Monday

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The joint parliamentary committee probing the maize gate has disclosed that the report of the inquiry will be presented in parliment this Monday.

Speaking in an interview chairperson of the committee, Chidanti Malaunga said that the investigation are almost done.

“We are remaining with Transglobe only and this weekend we will be finalising the inquiry report,” he said.

He added that the report will be presented in parliament Monday

“The report will appear on the oder paper by Monday and the speaker will be the one to decide when we should present it to parliamenterians.

” We are hoping this week Malawians will know what went wrong and what went right in the maize deal,” he said.

Recently, Parliamentary committees probing the infamous maizegate left for Zambia to conclude investigations in the maize scandal.

Speaking in an interview chairperson of the inquiry committee, Joseph Chidanti Malaunga said that they did not leave on Sunday as planned because they were waiting for clearance from the Zambian government to start off.

“We were supposed to leave on Sunday but the Zambian government did not give us a go ahead then to visit Zambia for the investigations.

“Right now we have received a confirmation from the Zambian embassy that we can go to Zambia and conduct the investigation, so we are leaving on Tuesday,” he said.

Malunga said they would meet officials from both the Zambian Corperation Federation (ZCF) and Kaloswe.

“We want to hear their side of the story since we have concluded our investigations in Malawi. We will also meet officials from the Zambian government,” he said.

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  1. Shadrick Kachule February 9, 2017 at 2:36 pm -  Reply

    Has Goodall been questioned. He is the cheque signatory.

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