Ex-Miss Malawi Ella Kabambe speaks out on ‘character assassination’

Former Miss Malawi Ella Kabambe has for the first time spoken out on allegations awash on social media that she is breaking a family of 30 years, challenging the anonymous woman circulating the false story to confront her face to face if she is at all real or exist.

Ella Kabambe: I am in a stabel relationship and not with a married man

Ella Kabambe: I am in a stable relationship and not with a married man

The social media especially WhatsApp cross-platform mobile messaging, people have been circulating a letter purportedly written by a woman who accuses Ella is breaking her 30 year old marriage but the said women does not mention her name neither the name of her husband who is said to be having an affair with Ella.

Some gossip sites have gone ahead to publish the story without even making an effort of verifying facts with the former Miss Malawi.

However, Nyasa Times investigations into the matter have revealed that the letter was purportedly written by a member of staff of National Bank of Malawi (NBM) where Ella works as Social Media and Communications Executive.

Sources confided in Nyasa Times that trouble started when the bank top management discussed on promoting Ella and making her face of the bank, a situation which made some employees unhappy.

“She is bright and knows her job plus she is highly educated. She is reading for her Master’s degree now and some people were very edgy when it was suggested that she should be promoted and that she should be the face of the bank. So all this is just trying to frustrate her, that she should leave the bank,” said a source privy to the issue.

“She is not dating any married man and there is no marriage which is breaking. If indeed, she was dating a married man, things would have gotten ugly; there was someone who was beaten up right here at the bank because of dating someone’s husband. This is character assassination, this is office politics gone too far,” added the source.

Nyasa Times also managed to speak to reticent Ella, who was refusing to grant the interview at first, but accepted later on “because I want to clear my name’.

“What I can say is that, this is a very sad situation because I am not dating any married man,” said the former beauty queen.

“If this woman who says I am dating her husband is real or indeed exist, why can’t she come and confront me, and obviously she knows where I work or where I live.

“I am challenging her to come forward and not hide under social media. Why is she hiding her name? What is she afraid of?” said Kabambe.

She also said it is sad that “desperate” people are using social media to tarnish her image.

“For me, this bothers me less because I know whoever is doing this is desperate and that is why they found comfort in social media to peddle lies against me,” she said sounding cool.

“I am in a stable relationship and I am not in a relationship with a married man,” explained the former Miss Malawi.

Asked if she knows that the issue is out of office politics, Ella said she is not aware of any office politics.

“I work normally and I don’t know of any office politics. Whoever is doing this needs deliverance from God because you cannot just wake up and start telling lies against someone, just like that… no no no this is not on,” said Ella.

Ella studied Social Science at the University of Malawi Chancellor College, upon completion nshe worked as a Brands Manager for Universal Industries. There after she moved to National Bank of Malawi .

She won the Miss Malawi pageantry in 2009.

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27 thoughts on “Ex-Miss Malawi Ella Kabambe speaks out on ‘character assassination’”

  1. WINNER says:

    Devil is a liar and a noise maker, continue working hard my dear Ella until you reach your goals. These are noise markers and failures in in life . Women,women ,women when will stop castigating your fell women,please change your attitude if you want the 50/50 campaign.

  2. Lusungu Nyasulu says:

    Wonderful

  3. Lusungu Nyasulu says:

    Good…

  4. patrick says:

    Jealous is destroying Malawi. Munthu akabadwa wokonvola, komanso ndi kukhalanso woti anadya bukhu zaipanso! That is very bad.

  5. Charl says:

    Malawi Yafikapo Mabodza

  6. jessie jossy says:

    Zopanda phindu zimenezo ,,kumapanga debate or miseche pa zinthu za phindu,,not those nuisaince matters ,discuss cornening our government ,,hw iz it runned not useless things like those kusowa zochita basi….kkkk koma malawi sizatheka. Basitu umphawi kakakaka

  7. KING ANGELEZI II says:

    No comment because l know nothing

  8. macd says:

    koma nkhani zake za zii osamangopanga zanu bwanji…anthu tili ndi vuto kulowerera zochitika mmoyo wa eni..miseche…mabodza…kaduka…mind u own business..just do you sutekeseka

  9. ramsay snow is just misunderstood says:

    koma ndiye chilimotu. chi mang’ina. i can even sell my house to get those hips

  10. Prophet Bashiri says:

    Ella ndi mzimai osalakwa. She is so so so beautiful.
    Jealous women won’t put you down. Ife azibambo will support you with more promotions.

  11. GRM says:

    Mmmmmm. Malo antchito akumakhala chiphyinjo matsiku ano. Miseche too much

  12. Nasan says:

    Chimwali ela jast starnd firm akazi ambili ku njaku sakufusilidwa chifukwa chake sakukwatiwa chifukwa cha ulesi in jesus Name u meke it ukwati umene u watheka kale yesaya 60 ves 15 to 17

  13. John Mwalungila says:

    Ella,stand film on your innocence, God will fight for u.The work of a devil are always destructive. So keep cool.

  14. vilakagwentha says:

    Sorry Ellah all will be well trust in the Lord and Glorify his name in everything. The darkest moment of the night is before dawn sister.

  15. redeemed says:

    @aah, I don’t remember making any comments that suggested that I was single,as a matter of fact I vividly recall mentioning my marital status when commenting against Pervasive behavior of most of Malawian males. My bottom heart felt apologies if at some point I gave an impression of otherwise, but the truth is I am very much much married to a fellow Malawian of course.

    1. aah says:

      noted thanks.

  16. Ma says:

    Ella ndi born again nde inu ma cousin a satana spreading false rumours you will soon be hit by God’s Chibonga

  17. Sizachilendo says:

    Anthu ansanje,olephela,dzitsilu,kukanika kupuma kumangolonda anzawo.ELLA osagonjera satana.DO NOT RAN AWAY FROM SATAN.CHALLENGE HIM/HER.HE/SHE WILL RAN AWAY FROM U.koma mukati muwathawe anthu oterewa,adzakugonjetsani coz alipaliponse olo ku BARACKS agalu amenewa olonda anzawo alipo.Kumangodziyang’ana osalimbana nadzo dzimatopa nkukupekera nkhani.

  18. Kaunda says:

    Ma bank too much mahule. Go to Reserve uko ndiye kwawo kwa mahule

  19. redeemed says:

    This is typical Malawians determined to turnish the image of others especially when they feel intimidated by their look or achievements. In my family we are five girls and four of us are married and none of us ever wrecked any marriage. Unfortunately many haters couldn’t handle the fact that we attract a lot of men but we are not a bunch of loose cannons. We have endured bad rumours some as terrifying as abortion and home wreckers, however we never entertain them by confronting them instead we zipped their dirty mouths by getting into legitimate marriages. At the moment we are buisy with wedding preparations for our youngest sister.

    1. aah says:

      redeemed, I didn’t you are a married woman.

  20. MABVUTO MISSU says:

    women are the first to castigate a fellow woman. what is wrong with us. any beautiful intelligent young woman sleeps with her boss. No No No this has to stop. women afe better perfomers than men. they put in more and there are lots out there

  21. insider says:

    Pepa Ella, I totally feel you. This is usually the work of Malawian men who feel intimidated by successful women in the offices. This is a real problem in Malawi that needs to be addressed. It also happened at my office that after a staff meeting recommended that one lady be promoted to the post of editor, the next day some guys wrote and circulated a nasty letter attacking the girl’s private parts and all that. The young woman was so devastated and she soon left the company. Ella ife tinaziwa kuti nkhani ija ndiyaboza because the facts didn’t add up. I hope national bank will treat the issue soberly and not listen to Facebook lies.

  22. Nachisale says:

    Mkona a Malawi sitidzatukuka too much nsanje.

  23. me says:

    Congratulations on your promotion. People who don’t mind their own business never progress….kaya ndi zoona kaya ndi zaboza…iwe pitiriza kulimbikira ntchito.

  24. Jamison Chagwa Lungu says:

    Ma rubbish business. Social media turned into crap courts of opinions. The lady is beautiful. She has a good brain and probably good genes too. National Bank should promptly institute investigations on its employees, can’t allow such nonsense to tarnish the bank’s image. Such crap jokes should not be tolerated. Now an innocent young lady is being judged by the whole world…

  25. The Analyst says:

    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
    . . . First thought would tell someone that if this woman were real, she could have confronted Ella in one way or another. But second or third thought thinks you otherwise.
    . . . Ever seen or heard that a marriage is broken because a cheating husband got angry and sent a wife packing upon when confronted by the wife about his cheating career; or just heard that the woman he is cheating with was confronted? This is commonplace, especially in Malawi where most marriages are already broken n only await a reason, no matter how inane.
    . . . In such a fragile environment; a woman may also think twice or even hundred times before confronting a husband-snatcher. Even in our newspapers, we see anonymous letters being written to Che Bakali asking, “koma mamunayo ndimamukondabe, nde nditani?” or to Aunt Nadithi e.t.c.

    Thus, its safe to not hold Ella angelic, at this stage.
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    If you are not dating the man, you shouldn’t worry much or be concerned about your reputation or anything . . .

    “Be more concerned with your character than your reputation; because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is just what others merely think you are.” – John Wooden
    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
    . . . But if you are dating the man (since an unmarried woman at your age, plus your captive-holding stature, is capable of doing anything), you better think again coz there is more to lose (job, career prospects, even life) than the comfort you get in the man’s dick or purse.
    . . . It also, helps to know that marriages that start in such a manner, do not last. Most importantly, there is a limit to which one can take another woman’s patience, for granted; coz payere payere time, comes.
    …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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