Nangaunozge outclasses ‘Chinese’ contractors: Stadium projects

Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Kondwani Nankhumwa has hailed local building contractor, Nangaunozge, for “speed” and “efficiency” in handling government contracts.

Work in progress for Karonga stadium

Work in progress for Karonga stadiumk

He said Malawian contractors were doing far much better than Chinese contractors who have been given similar assignments.

Nankhumwa made the observation when he toured the progress of the construction of the over K600 million worth Karonga Stadium being constructed next to Baka Research Station.

Karonga Stadium is being constructed with funding from the Local Development Funding (LDF). Other beneficiaries of the funding include the councils of Mulanje, Mangochi and Rumphi.

Nankhumwa said that he was “impressed” with Nangaunozge, the only local contractor.

“You’ve employed more than a hundred a people here, yet the other contractors have employed less than 50,” said Nankhumwa.

He also hailed Nangaunozge for hastiness doing their work.

“You’re impressively fast,” he said.

Ironically, a few weeks ago Nyasa Times published a story by local groupings who blamed Nangaunozge for “sluggishness” and “lack of seriousness.”

Kossam Munthali of the Karonga Stadium Committee had warned of unspecified action regarding Nangaunozge on the matter.

Nangaunozge is owned by Henry Shaba, a Malawian from Mzimba and Member of Parliament (MP).

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7 thoughts on “Nangaunozge outclasses ‘Chinese’ contractors: Stadium projects”

  1. Deadly R Laws says:

    Kodi kossam munthaliyu ndeuti akusikosa kwambiri

  2. Henderson tepeka says:

    Okay …! Mukamaliza munena kuti malawi atukuka liti? Pitani mu Lilongwe city muli ma buildings akale okutha why Malawi…shaaaaa…. A mistake 4 our leaders to born in Malawi akanabadwira ku mozambique

  3. Mapwevupwevu says:

    I think the minister wadya za Shaba ndithu!

  4. LET US WRITE CORRECT ENGLISH says:

    ‘Ine’ maybe a typing error but in English we need to avoid confusion between THEIR and THERE. The confusion stemming from these words is that they are homophones: they have the same pronunciation but differ in meaning and/or derivation. THERE is a location, THEIR is the possessive case of the personal pronoun they, and THEY’RE is a contraction for they are.

  5. kyungu says:

    Let’s support Nangaunozge….Chinese will not last long..kkkkk

  6. Ine says:

    Chilumba Barracks will have home ground at Karonga,Mzuni at Rumphi, Epac At Kasungu Mafco in Salima then Cobbe ikulowa next season will have Mangochi as there home ground

  7. levelheaded says:

    Construct is my field, I know whatever entails there and the name Nangaunozye.

    You can’t compare a company by how many people it employed but how much is paying its workers.We have a lot to do to groom local construction companies.
    Malawians have the appetite for quick enrichment, they would want to realise profits by 50 percent or more.

    You can hate Chinese but you can’t hate them to the extent of comparing with Nangaunozye. Its complete hallucinations.

    Next time tell us if they complete that project.

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