Malawi statutory corporation chief executive officers (CEOs) serving under the current leadership should render support to the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), the party’s secretary general Ecklen Kudontoni said on Saturday.
Kudontoni speaking at the party’s regional indaba held in Mzuzu said “those that fought for the party should enjoy the fruits. And every chief executive officer (of statutory corporation) was chosen by this government and should use the position to benefit this party and not funding his own party”.
He said the CEOs have to support the DPP because they are serving the current government and warned that those who will not support will face the political consequences . He did not elaborate.
However, Kudontoni said DPP is investigating other CEOs “who are now participating fully in party politics.”
Kudontoni also warned some civil servants whom he said were sabotaging the DPP government by among others frustrating the Farm Input Subsidy Programme (Fisp) and denying the party’s members and supporter’s access
to the inputs.
“In many government departments, there are so many officers who do not wish us well. They sabotage government. For example, we need better strategies on Fisp so that our people who love the party enjoy. We are monitoring the situation. We do not want civil servants who are political. They had better resign,” said Kudontoni.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :