Atupele says Malawi land governance to be transformed

Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Atupele Muluzi says  he is very committed to bring transparency and accountability reforms in his ministry.

Atupele Muluzi: Reforms to transform land governance in Malawi

Atupele Muluzi: Reforms to transform land governance in Malawi

This follows government’s agenda to diversify the country’s economy through Civil Service Reforms.

The Lands minister said this on Tuesday during his familiarization tour to lands offices in Blantyre.

Muluzi said his Ministry is implementing a lot of policies which will enable pure service delivery in the Ministry plus ensuring that all Malawians have access to land.

He explained: “As you are aware, government is implementing a number of policies to ensure that it diversifies its economy through ensuring that the growth comes from the private sector.

“The private sector is crucial in providing much needed growth to the country and also the Ministry of Lands is significant in realizing this growth because it provides land for growth. As such, reforms will go a long way towards improving the land delivery.”

Muluzi emphasized that he want to achieve transparency and accountability in the Ministry of Lands by making sure that the ministry’s focus is shifted to  providing tangible delivery and being result oriented for the betterment of Malawians.

“As of now my ministry is doing a lot of reforms some of them being,  Policy legal reforms  which includes a lot of bills meant to improve land governance in the country, provide access to land to all people including  vulnerable groups like women and children, and ensuring that we have land that is properly administered.

“In addition, there will also be administrative reforms for  like the computerization and digitalization of the land registry which is in process and this has included the implementation of rural housing and the urban poor,” said Muluzi.

Commenting on capacity building among the officers, the Lands Minister said he is committed to enhance capacity building to ensure that officers are imparted with skills on how they can manage the reforms.

“This Ministry is a highland of excellence so apart from the policies put forward to transform this ministry, I am requesting all of you to work hard at work despite little resources, be punctual at work,” he said.

In her remarks, the Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development Ivy Luhanga called upon the officers in this ministry to work together in order to achieve a common goal of bringing the reforms.

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18 thoughts on “Atupele says Malawi land governance to be transformed”

  1. James says:


  2. Chisilu iwe pamodzi ndi bambo ako malo munapeleka kwa amwenye chifukwa ndi asilamu anzanu shupit!

  3. benjnes says:

    dont lie you have already given our precious land to yours and your father BAKILI’s so called asian community. you are just a failed person

  4. edda says:

    Let’s love our Hon. minister

  5. King lugola says:

    Go to hell atupele your father fools you aka nditole aka nditole unatolo manyi greedy you destroying our country who told you that you are the kings of Malawi??

  6. kadamanja says:

    A condom minister, just being used kakii!

  7. The real ujeni says:

    Ngozo, he was at Home Affairs, he failed at Economic planning he failed.

  8. Mbingi Mani wamkulu says:

    Atupele mulusi wawo wangali masengo..atundire pachibula. Kapena anyere ngakokona. Wawo wangali chakutu soni Lunda nakola amta panondi.. Mambo konda mbiyaku aleche

  9. Mphalapili says:

    Uzingoimba muluzi,iwe Atupele Muluzi. Ukhala ngati ukukwela phiri poti gulu uli nalolo lili ndi eni a Ben Phiri. Zomwe unganene mwanawe sizinganveke poti mgulumo Muli ndi Josephy Mwananveka. Ndipo George kaziphwisi Chaponda akupondeleza palibe utaphulepo ungoononga mbili yako .

  10. Kabilaboza Kabuka says:

    Mnyamata uyu asatipusise, m’mene ayayambila kunena za reform, koma pakamwa chabe. iye wakhala mmaunduna ambili ata cholozeka

  11. Let us see what u can give us by the end of your term man. Avoid lies because they can bring u down

  12. Wozitsata says:

    Komi ndithu momwe zikubvutila ndalama mud mask Ministry mu some Ministers can still afford to waste money in the name of useless familiarization tours. Kapena Malawi Housing ya panga sponsor ulendo umenewu eti? Pajama parastatal asanduka ma sponsor a ma trip to as far as New York instead of assisting patients to have 2 meals a day mu z,ipatalamu.

  13. KKHemp says:

    Koma nkhani ya maloyi mukuiseweletsa kwabasi. zoona Malo mukungopereka kwa anthu obwera as if you replant land? Something has to be done immediately to stop this madness, otherwise our kids will be foreigners in their ancestral land. its absurd for one person especially indians or aluya to have a land such as 186 hactares of land in the city, zoona zimenezo. ngati ndikunama a ACB fufuzani za uyu Pacific guy, he is just getting land will nilly, and the kind of investment being done is either warehouses, flats and more serious and of concern these schools for Islamic radicalisation. How beneficial is that to Malawi as a Nation?

  14. ngozo says:

    Can Atupele start action. For how long will you be talking of transformation. You were at Energy n mining nothing materialized. Make yourself marketable not a puppet. This people are using you man.

  15. Achimidzimidzi says:

    Keep quite, Mr. Muluzi. You have nothing to offer.

  16. phwittiko says:

    Mwana taluza naye uyu. Akuti agender for change, zaziiiiii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. Nankununkha sadzimva says:

    Do these so called ministers know that there is need for time to move from COMMITMENT to ACTION? By the way, who can trust the words accountability and transparent especially when they come from the name Muluzi?

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