I’m not tainted with Cashgate, Kamlepo seeks apology from Minister Nankhumwa

Rumphi east MP Kamlepo Kalua has asked Local Government minister Kondwani Nankhumwa to apologise to him for allegedly linking him to the infamous cashgate.

Kalua: My hands are clean from cashgate

Kalua: My hands are clean from cashgate

Kalua had stood up on a point of order on Tuesday to challenge Nankhumwa why he kept on saying that the government could not go ahead with some projects due to cashgate, the plunder of public resources.

The Rumphi East outspoken MP Kalua said cashgate happened two years ago and it was surprising that government keep on referring to it.

But Nankhumwa said there was no problem with the government referring the matter prompting Kalua to seek an apology, saying he has never been involved in any cashgate related matters.

“That time I was not a cabinet minister, I was not even a member of parliament,” said Kalua.

However, deputy speaker Esther Mcheka Chilenje intervened and Nankhumwa did not apologise.

Meanwhile, officials from the office of the director of declaration of assets will be meeting members of parliament from Wednesday.

According to communication from the office of the speaker, the officials will first start with an orientation meeting then meet each member to help them fill and complete forms of the declaration of assets.

Members of parliament are supposed to update the office of the director of declaration of assets every year.

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18 thoughts on “I’m not tainted with Cashgate, Kamlepo seeks apology from Minister Nankhumwa”

  1. Bololo says:

    Actually cashgate started long time ago. Perfected in 1994.

  2. Wabata says:

    Lutilirani balala

  3. Captain Mediocrity says:

    @simulemba, while malawi does not nearly even export enough, you must refrain from talking about malawi in light of countries like Tanzania and Kenya. If you take malawi and tanzania for example, you are comparing a country that has a GDP of 4 billion dollars, against a country that has a GDP that is close to 50 billion dollars (49.14 billion as of 2014). We seem to think all African countries are in the same boat. We are most certainly not.

  4. Obviously thd voters attentiin eCh day year being directed towards something sill not developmenr, integrity and clsaner moral values…lokk af what Mps argue about?
    The public joinz in the mud,dance all over zd media etc

  5. JAPHET KAIRA says:

    Nakhumwa is among the big fish of cashgate

  6. mbanga says:

    If there is a minister who is a disgrace in this government is Kondwani. abale what a name for a grown up. KONDWANI. Some people older people are are called UFULU and are bosses. why not take masculine names e. g. Bi BINGU

  7. Mlomwe says:

    Nankhumwa ndiwosaphunzira adatenga certificate yamalemu ndipo dzina lake silimenelo.Pepani Nankhumwa amagwaso paja ndiye musamadabwe ndizimene amanena zofoirazo

  8. burning says:

    We don’t discus issues ndi wa misala .kamplepo should visit any mental hospital near him I will pay the bills

  9. Prince Edward rsa says:

    If the government is being led by a Dog stupid things unfolded

  10. George phiri says:

    The portuguese say, When a monkey is failling to dance it blames the ground that it is slippery.Its time to look for solutions. You cant keep on telling your family kuti sitidya paja anatibera for years.

  11. Mbawala Kamlepokalua,how Daft U R? U Campaigned On A PP ticket which used cashgated resources…viz a viz Vehicles Donated By Luterpool,confessions By Cashgateurs Kkkkk

  12. Njalayamalamuchiuno says:

    It is rather misleading to state that cash gate happened two years ago. The truth of the matter is that cashgate was uncovered two years ago but it started way back and no serving politician nor public servant should pretend to be clean until investigations reach a logical conclusion, including that of the Mk577 billion and more. The sooner the better.

  13. simulemba says:

    Very stupid people with a brain the size of a penis. Cashgate cannot be the reason why we are poor. This country does not produce enough for export. The so called private sector is moribund. We cant keep on using cashgate as an excuse for our failure to develop. Malawi lost USD 20 million, Tanzania lost USD 121 MILLION, Kenya lost USD 860 million not say anything about Africa’s scandalous country Nigeria but they are developing. Tilibe boma basi.

  14. Green Grass says:

    Members of Parliament to be assisted in filling the Asset Declaration forms? Are they so daft that they can’t do that on their own and again why did they miss the official deadline for submission of the forms?

  15. vetran says:

    kamulepo is our northern region for devlopment defender keep it up kamulepo dont lose hope we are with y.

  16. Mwalusya kuvotera wamama winu....kkkk says:

    Cashgate happened 2 years ago then we should keep quiet because u benefited from it stupid Kamlepo.U take things for granted.

  17. Kasiyafumbi says:

    These things are costing us Malawian real fail to understand why should politicians be busy defending things that are bringing much damage to the economy its shameful its high time you should wake up, yes malawians are peace loving but if this cant change one day they will raise up not far from now and you will be held responsible.

  18. sibweni says:

    Dr Maphwevuphwevu your hands are not clean of cashgate because you used getting 30 seater costas from Muluzi during UDF rule. That was cashgate. You have to be arrested because nobody will apologise you.

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