Technical Entrepreneural and Vocational and Education Training Authority (Teveta) chief executive director Ndione Chauluka has been fired by the board over a K2.9 billion abuse of public money allegations.
The board chairman Gilbert Chilinde said Chauluka was called for a disciplinary hearing and after being heard the board decided he should be fired.
Chauluka and director of Training Modesto Gomani were accused of abusing K2.9 billion after they allegedly opened Tsogolo Langa Project, a youth skills project in Neno without the approval of the board.
Director of Finance Edwin Sichiola was cleared of any wrong doing in the scam and was recalled to work.
Chilinde said the board will make “official communication” on the matter shortly.
Chauluka , who was hired on October 1 2014, said he has been told that he has lost the job but he is yet to decide whether to appeal the decision or not.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :