President Prof Peter Mutharika has warned that state machinery will deal with all people involved in corruption at ADMARC depots.
Mutharika said there were some people who were trying to disrupt the process of selling maize intended to reach people across the country.
Speaking at St Paul’s Primary School at a rally in Zomba, Mutharika accused some political leaders of marring maize sales saying that the law shall take its course.
“I urge you to report such cases to authorities,” said Mutharika.
He further assured Malawians that his government would ensure that nobody dies of hunger.
“Government is doing everything possible to distribute maize to all ADMARC depots,” he said.
According to Mutharika, government will buy 155 metric tonnes of maize and assured people of the continuance of decent housing project.
“Let me assure you that government will continue with the program and we have already constructed 800 houses,” he added.
The President then urged people to vote for Democratic Progressive Party’s candidate, Mark Bottoman in the December 22 Zomba Chisi by-elections.
Group Village Head Chaweza of the area thanked government for fulfilling its promises it made to the people citing the decent housing project as a milestone.-Mana