The Rwandan-born Dr Nice Oliver, who claimed that he is a South Korean trained physician is currently outside the country for paperwork, Nyasa Times understands.
Nice was detained and questioned by Lilongwe Police for posing as a physician and operating a clinic, Vigen Medical without proper academic papers.
He was also claiming that he is a local agent of Vigen Medical Company of South Korea even though there is no contract with Jio Media LTD, Vigen representatives in Africa.
Soon after the police arrest, Dr Nice left Malawi for Rwanda through Tanzania for “processing some papers which the police had asked,” according to one of the workers, who opted for anonymity but works at his Malangalanga clinic in Lilongwe.
According to the employee, the police had asked for some working permit, academic and business registration certificates.
“We gave then the registration certificate but the rest are being processed,” said the source without elaborating how and where they are being processed.
Lilongwe Police Publicist Kingsley Dandaula said after he was questioned, Dr Nice was released pending further discussions.
He has two branches in Lilongwe at Malangalanga and in Blantyre at the Trade Fair grounds.