MP Felix Jumbe impressed with maize delivery in Admarc

The Salima Central parliamentarian Felix Jumbe has said that he is impressed with how maize is being delivered at the districts Admarc depot saying he does not see a room for hunger this year.

MP Felix Jumbe

MP Felix Jumbe

This has comes at a time when other people were complaining that local sellers are not given a chance to sale their commodities at the Admarc depots and the MP come to inspect this on Thursday after the allegations.

“I came here to inspect how the maize delivery is being handled, but with what I have seen this is what we need in the country, we have a lot of maize here, almost 60% of the storage space is already filled with maize,” said Jumbe.

He added that “There were some allegations that the depot is only receiving maize from foreign countries like Zambia, but that’s not true I have witnessed some local traders bringing in their commodities.”

The Member of Parliament commended the work Admarc is doing for allowing local and foreign suppliers to supply maize at their markets.

Commenting on the issue one of the local maize distributors Amidu Jali said that it is not true that other local traders are being denied access to sale their maize at the depots but the fact is they lack patience.

“The problem with these other local suppliers is that they always want fast cash in that when they are told to wait for their cash for some time they feel like they are being denied to sale their commodities at the market,” Jali said.

He said a good supplier should always be patient as they might supply their commodities and get their money at a later date.

So far the Salima Admarc depot which will be feeding Nkhotakota and other surrounding areas has received about 4, 000 metric tonnes and its capacity is 7, 000 metric tonnes.

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3 thoughts on “MP Felix Jumbe impressed with maize delivery in Admarc”

  1. alfred abraham says:

    Tgis Jumbe guy is too myopic

  2. kanchenga says:

    I read three stories here.
    1. When it was clear JZU would retire from active politics a lot opportunists, power hungry people and glory seeking individuals rushed to Malawi Congress Party believing that it was going to win in 2014. Not surprising that suddenly we heard names that we never knew to be Malawi Congress Party. Names like Kaliwo, Munroe, Kabwira, jumbe Kawonga even Chakwera himself. These people may have been MCP but they never identified themselves as such. The Lord new this but we didn’t. However, the Lord didn’t want this group in his redemption plan for Malawi. So the Lord allowed MCP to lose in 2014 so that he can clean the party. Now he has started the cleaning. Those who must leave have acquired temporary madness. They can not understand that as a leader you have a mandate to make decisions to achieve specific goals and that sometimes you must dictate. Controlling means driving towards specific direction.
    2. Some people are cheap and almost valueless. See Mr Jumbe in the picture. How can anybody believe that he is indeed MCP. There is no problem working with government to serve the people you represent. But do you have to dress in the ruling party’s attire. This is like asking Peter to notice you. But in politics you don’t cry in the wildness. No body hears you. Jumbe you should have been a little expensive. Not easy going as you are doing now. There is no place in DPP for cheap people like you.
    3. Jumbe is indeed DPP. Chakwera is right. The stooge must go. But what of Jombvuyalema? Is it frustration. Please MCP sit down behind closed doors with him. This guy is truly MCP. He is a good example to many of us. He has been loyal. Mr Njobvuyalema please sit down with your friends God’s time is the best. Go to Chakweras house and have tea with him. It is the best thing for Malawi.

  3. Elia says:

    Now we can see Jumbe in political blue attire, what remains is to announce.

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