10 heads of parastatals face disciplinary action over reforms

Comptroller of Statutory Corporations Steward Ligomeka has said Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) should discipline 10 heads of parastatals who missed the deadline of submitting reform proposals to vice president Saulos Chilima.

CEOs and Directors of Finance for parastatal organisations based in the central region who met Chilima

Ligomeka said OPC should move in on the matter because boards were dissolved in statutory corporations.

“In the absence of boards of directors, the OPC should discipline the heads of the statutory corporations,” he said.

However, Ligomeka could not be drawn to comment on the possible nature of the disciplinary action.

Chilima, who is also Minister of Economic Planning and Development and Public Sector Reforms, has embarked on a crusade to reform the public sector.

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Mwini muzi
1 year ago

If missing deadlines is that such serious and important, then why did Chakwera, Chilima and the whole cabinet miss to have submitted their assets declaration by 31July,2020? No one is a saint and a verbal caution can be enough.

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National CEO
1 year ago

Start the disciplinary action with Ligomeka himself. He is useless and as a controller, he is not capable for his job.

1 year ago

Ligomeka is useless. Chilima instructed him to do that job and now he is pushing the ball to OPC. What is he afraid of? He is afraid to take disciplinary action against the culprits because he is a beneficiary of bribery.

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