Mzati, Chuma re-assigned at MBC: Redeployment galore in Malawi govt

As the redeployment of public servants continue with the exercise affecting Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) senior workers Mzati Nkolokosa  and Harry Chuma this week.

Nkolokosa. who was controller of research , has been assigned  the post of controller of  current affairs and online services at MBC-TV.

Nkolokosa: Promoted

Nkolokosa: Promoted

While Mzati’s redeployment is seen as a promotion, Chuma who was controller of programmes television has been assigned to a low key post of controller of technical services.

Recently, government also redeployed State House press secretary Fredrick Ndala to a post of advisor to the Ministry of Information, Tourism and Culture.

Also redeployed to the Ministry of Information is former Malawi Housing Corporation (MHC) deputy manager Wanangwa Mbeleka.

Re-assignment of public service staff by government continues and has affected former secretary to the treasury and principal secretary to the ministry of Industry and Trade, Newby Kumwembe, Principal secretary for HIV/Aids and Nutrition Edith Mkawa and former representative to the United Nations in New York ,Charles Msosa.

Kumwembe has been re-assigned as Chief advisor to the Minister of Finance and Economic.

Mkawa has been posted to Ministry of Gender, Children, Disability and social welfare as Principal Secretary II.

Former Army Commander Henry Odilo was also recently posted to the Airport Development Limited (ADL) as deputy manager while his deputy John Msonthi is now deputy manager for National Oil Company of Malawi  (Nocma).

Former Chief Immigration Officer Hadson Mankhwala has been re-located to the ministry of Home Affairs and Internal security as director for the refuges unit.

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CONGRESS OF NYIKA PEOPLE
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Mzati Nkolokosa has been rewarded for inciting ethnic violence against the people of Nyika. This shows how tribalistic the regime of Peter Hitler Mutharika is. People of Nyika you must wake up and fight for total separation from this Mulhako dominated tribalistic government. For how long you shall put up with this garbage of being the third class in your on Nyikaland. It is time to wage the armed struggle until our beloved Nyika is free from our oppressor. Fight daughters and boys of Nyikaland to liberate your beloved country. Alluta continuaaaaaa until Nyika is free from our oppressors.
Bristol
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If the government is talking about reforms and yet performs poorly in recruitment of suitable people, then the reforms will not change anything for the better. I cry for my beloved country because we move in circles and not forward because politicians simply come up with ideas. I remember Dr. Bakili Muluzi came up Vision 2020. Is it still working? We are about to reach 2020 in 5 years time. We need people like Hon Chakwera who can take national agenda, not personal gratification, as a priority to develop this country.

IKLC
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. ……the reployment maybe a ploy to let the guys finish off their contracts rather than fire them!

It seems the easiest job to create in malawi is ‘ADVISOR’ EVEN IF IT IS NOT BUDGETED FOR! HAHAHAHAHA MALAWI MALAWI

sO WHAT HAPPENS TO THE dEPT OF hiv/aids/nUTRITION? IS IT GOING TO hEALTH? gENDER? OR STILL UNDER opc

Me
Guest

This is civil service reform at its best

Alic
Guest

Kodi Director general ndiye muleba liti?

Nyaliki
Guest

At least now Nyasa Times reporters know how to report. In the past, they used to write ‘fired’ when someone is re-deployed or re-allocated.

Tilibemau
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Nyasi zenizeni za pa Mulhako Broadcasting coorporation .The Minister of information and the PS are sending their relatives to start working at MBC which turned to be more like their Estate.No interviews,shame.Highest qualification JCE and MSCE but on higher positions.Opposition MP’s speak for the marginalised staff.Panunkha kwambiri pa MBC.Most of the people. stopped some months ago to listen and watch MBC.Its worse than the time of MCP.

Patriot
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Kaya zanu izo, ife timaonera Times Tv

Nkhombokombo
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Malawians are known for patience but these re-deployments are a bore, mess and retardation of progress. This is really disturbing and discouraging to the “would have been” candidates. Zotsangalatsana izi zithe. Wadutsamo, wadutsa basi!

Achimidzimidzi
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The journey continues!! All faint hearted will collapse.

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