Thursday, 30 March 2017
 

The public continues to push for the arrest of Former minister of Agriculture George Chaponda over the maize gate scandal.

The opposition is still criticizing the Anti-Corruption Bureau for what they are describing as selective application of justice.

Agents of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) are raiding homes and offices of those implicated in the maize scandal.

Suspended Agriculture Minister George Chaponda insists his trip to Zambia accompanying an ADMARC delegation was purely to offer policy direction on the botched maize deal with that country.

There are fears that the divisions rocking the joint committee of parliament investigating the alleged ADMARC Maize scandal could affect the credibility of its findings.

The man is the center of the controversial ADMARC maize scandal has failed to appear before the Joint Parliamentary Committee investigating the matter.

Agriculture minister George Chaponda, who is restricted by the courts from carrying out his work, is believed to have left the country for official duties in Germany, Capital FM investigations can reveal.

The High Court in Mzuzu has ordered Minister of Agriculture George Chaponda to stop discharging his duties.

The Agriculture Committee of Parliament is set to start investigation on the maize scandal involving the Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMARC) on the 17th of this month.

Malawi’s state controlled maize retailer, ADMARC, is planning to open extra points of sale as over 8 million people face hunger in the southern Africa nation.

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