ACB nets 3 Malawi tax officers for soliciting bribes

Graft busting body, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested three  Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) officers for soliciting bribes.

Ndala: The three are Tax Investigation officers at MRA.

ACB’s spokesperson Egrita Ndala says the three are Tax Investigation officers at MRA.

She says they are suspected to have received K12.5 million from a Kasungu-based tax payer in order to reduce tax.

The three, are Peter Ntopa, Christophoro Chidam’modzi and Francis Malunga.

She says the three were initially demanding K60 million from the Kasungu tax payer.

“They are expected to be charged with corrupt practices by a public officer and corrupt use of official powers as they have contravened the Corrupt Practices Act,” says Ndala.

Ndala says the three are presently being interviewed by ACB and are soon to appear before court.

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Mwalawandere
Mwalawandere
4 days ago

ACB should seriously visit lilongwe MRA in kanengo!!there’s pure theft!!the officers are very corrupt!

Mulopwana
10 days ago

Aliponso ena pa Salima apa. They let VAT mistakes on new registered tax payer and later take advantage and solisite. Terrible and tiye nawoni

ERUTU
ERUTU
10 days ago

ROT 🚮🇲🇼

Phiri
Phiri
10 days ago

Go for them. Alipo ambiri and they are building all over using our taxes

Alipo alipo
Alipo alipo
10 days ago

Alipo ambiri just go to MRA Inland Port in Lilongwe and you will be alarmed at the way those officers are soliciting bribes. I have a list of them

007
007
10 days ago
Reply to  Alipo alipo

Can u send them

Mwalawandere
Mwalawandere
4 days ago
Reply to  Alipo alipo

Uyu kamanga uyu

Yeremua
Yeremua
10 days ago

Zimangidwe zzimenezo…. Zoona anhokupasa 60 million

Jomicons
Jomicons
10 days ago
Reply to  Yeremua

We have waited for of 30 years kuti ka pension kafikeko. Koma kutalitali. Pamene ena kungotsegula pa kamwa basi wayilamdila

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