ACB arrests Malawi Parliament security officer over  ‘ghost workers’ fraud

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB)  has confirmed that it arrested National Assembly Senior security Assistant Maxwell Komwa for duping the institution through ghost workers.

ACB's spokeswoman Egrita Mdala: Concerened with lighter sentences
ACB’s spokeswoman Egrita Mdala:Komwa is on bail

ACB Senior Public Relations Officer Egrita Ndala said Komwa  was arrested Wedesday last week and has been released on bail the court of law and trial will commence soon.

Ndala said the bureau arrested Komwa following a complaint alleging that he used ghost workers to corruptly obtain money from the National Assembly.

“The Bureau instituted investigation which established that Maxwell Komwa had inserted names of civilians on the list of hired police officers for his personal benefit,” explained Ndala.

Komwa was released on bail on 30th June after producing one surety and depositing K50, 000.00 cash with the court.

He will be reporting to Kasungu Police Station once every week, and will appear in court in Lilongwe on 15th July, 2016 on corruption related charges.

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Agriculture Cashgate
5 years ago

Kodi nkhani ya ku Agriculture ija iri pati? I mean the 74 ghost workers issue!

Dr Mbilixi
Dr Mbilixi
5 years ago

Foolish, idiots, Mbuzi za anthu za ACB. Why are you failing to prosecute DPP mafias. Iwe Kondowe you are useless DG of ACB wearing blue paint. F….k . Iweyo Kondowe ndiwe amene unaletsa your fellow staff NOT to prosecute recent DPP Mafias of corruption charges. Ny… niiiiii yako

5 years ago

Nosense…instead of dealing with real big fish
..arresting small men

5 years ago
Reply to  Thinktank

Bring evidence on the table – no evidence no mlandu. Osamangolongolola, bweretsani umboni apa – a Malawi m’makonda kulongolola (miseche) basing on speculations. Go to ACB and sue someone in DPP on corruption if you have all what it takes to pursue a case in court and be successful.

Ulesi basi

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