Chakwera and Chilima to review ministers’ performance internally: Reconstituted Cabinet expected March end

The second wave of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic has forced President Dr Lazarus Chakwera and his Second-in-Command, Dr Saulos Klaus Chilima, to review the performance of the Cabinet ministers internally.

Chakwera and Chilima to review Cabinet together

The Presidential Press Secretary Brian Banda has confirmed the development in an interview with Nyasa Times , stressing that the review is already underway.

This is a departure from the announcement President Chakwera in July 2020 when he said the process of assessing the Cabinet members would involve shortlisting of the members to be interviewed publicly in January 2021.

But the State House later announced the postponement of the exercise to allow for the incorporation of the Public Sector Reforms (PSR) performance contracts that the ministers signed in November 2020.

Banda said these are some of the factors that prompted Chakwera and Chilima to opt for an internal audit of the work of the first Tonse Cabinet.

“The President would like to inform the public that recent developments, including the second wave of Covid-19 that has disrupted the government operations and the unforeseen loss of two senior Cabinet members, have necessitated doing the Cabinet assessment more expeditiously than initially conceived. His Excellency the President has therefore decided to do the review internally, which is already underway, in consultation with the State Vice President, Dr. Saulos Klaus Chilima,” he said.

Banda disclosed that upon completion of the exercise, the Office of the President and Cabinet will announce the reconstituted Cabinet at the end of the first quarter of 2021.

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Benjones87
Benjones87
12 days ago

Very poor performance by all.

Nyusesi
13 days ago

Tiwonetseni zomwe wapanga Manganya, Roy Kachale, Kazako, Timothy mtumbo, Mkaka, uyu wa sports okonza tsitsi ku india uyu, etc etc. By the way Kodi minister of Lands ndindani? I only see Abida Mia kuthamangathamanga. Kunena zowona, the current cabinet is zero pa ten. Kuyambira Chakwera amene, no agenda, chilima naye wangoti phwiiii koma mabodza basi no 1 million jobs. This Nonse gafument is full of rubble that must be cleared.

Last edited 13 days ago by Nyusesi
Virgil
Virgil
13 days ago

“We meant 1 million jokes, not jobs. Amalawi munakhala bwanji kodi?”

Mulopwana
13 days ago

Kodi a Dzonzi amakhala kuti? Just curious.

FORGIVE THEM
FORGIVE THEM
14 days ago

Imwani madzi, muchira, mukadalirabe?
Ife chomwe tinkafuna ndi mtendere wa mu mtima omwe unabwera chifukwa Cha kutha kwa dpp, amene salimbikira akhalabe choncho, change ur mind set, work hard Basi, not saying the president and his vice alephera, whilst ur sitting in ur room doing nothing, ahh, Peter anthu anamunyoza, lero ndi uyu Ali mumangochi, sagonanso ndi njara, lero mwalowa yotukwana chakwera, iye Ali there, inu mukutuwa, wake up and work.
Apo bii muzingotuwa

Zio ine
Zio ine
14 days ago

I met somenministerbat ayayas place trying to get mankhwala to be spared the chop.Nkaka , chimwendo and Nsungama

Mtampha X
Mtampha X
14 days ago

Posing for the camera ati aoneke ngati akuwerenga zanzeru. Boma lolephela ngati Ali sinalione,

Ronald mwagomba
Ronald mwagomba
14 days ago
Reply to  Mtampha X

Bola dpp inachoka m’boma zinazo never bother

Oganiza bho
Oganiza bho
13 days ago
Reply to  Mtampha X

Muchila mochedwa

Avinco
Avinco
14 days ago

Chonde mundisankheko ine

PelomaPepe
PelomaPepe
14 days ago

Who’s going to review your performance, Sir? And that of your 2nd in command? Because your performance too leaves a lot to be desired!

Malembo Folo
Malembo Folo
14 days ago
Reply to  PelomaPepe

Upanga iweyo. That’s y a president has term limit. So u didn’t know

Bwande
Bwande
14 days ago

Ayambe iwowoo..zanziii iwowo 0 kwa 1million

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