MRA impounds Axa buses on tax payment failure

Tax collector, the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) has impounded two Axa buses which are now at MRA offices in Mzuzu and Lilongwe.

Axa coaches impounded

Axa coaches impounded

MRA corporate affairs manager Steve Kapoloma confirmed the two buses were impounded from the depots in Mzuzu and Lilongwe.

He said Axa owes MRA some money.

He however could not say how much, saying issues of tax are private and cannot be made public.

An official from Axa accused MRA of exeggerating the money.

“The figures we have are different from those that MRA have so we are discussing,” said the official.

Ironically, the owner of Axa, Mark Katsonga’s wife, Agnes, works for MRA.

Axa is a subsidiary of Agma, Katsonga’s commercial empire.

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2 thoughts on “MRA impounds Axa buses on tax payment failure”

  1. Eagle Eyed says:

    If only it was Mike Pppel & Gatto we would know the sums talked about. Shame.

    Jrak akyo kolo minji pa na minja bha.

  2. Penya says:

    with Nyasaland shenanigans, what does this mean? Punishing the partner? Bragging about transparency and impartiality?

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