Sheriffs impound  Lilongwe City Council vehicles: Court issue garnish order  for K10 mil

Sheriffs in Lilongwe on Tuesday impounded two utility vehicles Nissan Hard Body LL 11 and Toyota Hilux BR 163 belonging to Lilongwe City Council following non payment of debts  to one of the Lilongwe based  businessmen.

Mayor Chapondela:Trouble for Lilongwe City Council

 Chapondela: Trouble for Lilongwe City Council

Committee Chairperson of Finance in the council Juliana  Kaduya  confirmed about the incident .

“Yes it is true,” said Kaduya but could not provide further details.

Kaduya said her committee will wait for the report from the Chief Executive.

Meanwhile, reports reaching Nyasa Times, indicate that the money meant for Biwi Clinic amounting to K10 million has been garnished by the High court and later paid out to the debtors.

The  Council has suffered a default judgement on a case involving a Malawian of Indian origin who
sued for loss of property .

Lilongwe City Council CEO Zeleza Moza could not pick up his phone for his comment.

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Vyanusi
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Vyanusi
4 months 6 days ago

Something need to be done urgently at LL City Assembly. Most of the claims, court cases are orchestrated by the by directors and politicians. They share the spoil behind scenes. Check payments on securuty, concrete poles, street light fittings. You will be shocked to realize that the Assembly owes suppliers over a billion kwacha on recycled deliveries.

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