Police in Lilongwe over the weekend detained and questioned Rwanda-born Nice Oliver for posing as a South Korea trained physician and operating a clinic without proper papers.
Oliver, who is Director of Vigen Medical Clinics, is suspected that he has been cheating Malawians the he is an agent of Vigen Medical Company of South Korea.
His clinic has two branches one in Malangalanga in Lilongwe and the other in Blantyre at the Trade Fair grounds.
Lilongwe Police Publicist Sergeant Kingsley Dandaula confirmed of the arrest.
“He was questioned and released on bail pending further investigations,” said Dandaula.
In an interview, Oliver said the police requested for his papers authenticating his claims that he is a trained physician and an agent for Vigen Medical Clinic.
“I gave them documents,” he said without confirming whether he is indeed a trained physician.
Vigen Medical Company originated from South Korea and is found in many Asian, European and African countries.