Outspoken Rumphi east MP Kamlepo Kalua has said he has collected enough information on corruption and bad governance involving the Peter Mutharika administration and will soon start giving to the media.
“I was very silent because I was busy collecting the information. I have enough now and I will be knocking on media houses soon, this government will feel it,” said Kalua.
Kalua is renowned for his investigative skills leading to exposes in government. He has so far earned credit for exposing that the State House bought a K65 million motorhome for President Mutharika when the country is going through the worst economic times in recent memory.
He also exposed the purchase of luxurious fuel guzzling vehicles worth over K1 billion for the president, vice president and other government officials.
Kalua also exposed how the government sold off tractors it bought using money it borrowed from the Indian government, causing a political storm in parliament.
Kalua said he would not relent in his fight against corruption in the Democratic Progressive Party led government.
Government officials were not readily available to comment on the matter but Leader of the House Francis Kasaira said Kalua was doing all he could to catch the government’s attention so that he is offered a cabinet portfolio, an allegation that Kalua has dismissed.
In all his exposes, Kalua has not goofed as the government has confirmed the transactions.