Chihana boasts he is ‘super rich’ than most Malawi ministers despite Katapila: ‘I fly business class’

Alliance for Democracy (Aford) president Enoch Chihana, who is embroiled in Katapila (usury)—the black market of lending despite the punitive repayment regimes —has boasted that he is richer than most Cabinet ministers.

Chihana: I am very rich man and so comfortable in my life

In an interview with a local radio station, Chihana says he has a lot of money to feed himself and his family, saying he does not live on hand to mouth and should not be considered as a broke man.

“I have more money than some of these ministers. I have money, infact am rich,” boosted Chihana.

“This is why you have found me living in a very good house,” he said.

Chihana, who lost his parliamentary seat in 2019 election,  said he and his family fly business class, saying in South Africa he stays in a sprawling mansion in a posh area where foreign ambassadors live.

Chihana said his offices are in in plush Sandton is an affluent area in the Johannesburg Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa.

He also said he is a successful businessman, saying he is currently supplying maize to Zimbabwe government.

Chihana said the K5 million katapila saga came in when some Aford parliamentary candidates approached the usury man for money to pay Malawi Electoral Commission as nomination fees.

“They called me whilst I was in South Africa in the run up to the election that they had already taken the money and paid the nomination fees,” he said.

He said this was in 2019.

“So I had given my car as a surety,” he said.

Chihana confirmed that the matter is before court.

However, details emerging from court indicates the  katapila he took in 2018 and committed himself in writing.

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John Masikiabayankhope
John Masikiabayankhope
1 month ago

Enoch son of Chakufwa , kkkkk rich pple do not boost bwana weeee. rich pple like myself cannot be embroidered in loan shacks please. Just pay the money and clear your name.

Bushiri
Bushiri
1 month ago

Your father must be rolling in his grave for what you have become…….very sad!!

Maliseche
Maliseche
1 month ago

Nyengo yamara!!! Enoch Chihana you need to take some time to find yourself coz you are lost!!

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
1 month ago

Super rich? Do you even know the meaning of that? Kapena ndi zimene m’manamizana ndi bushiri. Kutenga katapira £5000 (equivalent) nde uziti kulemera? That’s just two months wages for a low earner.

Wooloomooloo
Wooloomooloo
1 month ago

Nkumati mtsogoleli wachipani
Munthu wachititsa manyazi ngati uyu

Enoch Chihana
1 month ago

😂😂😂

Pathako Panjuchi
1 month ago
Reply to  Enoch Chihana

Laugh 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Malidadi
Malidadi
1 month ago

Guys inoki mchitsiludi palibe amene alikumbali yake shame kkkkkkkkkkk

Captain Haddock
Captain Haddock
1 month ago

Billions of blue blistering barnacles, Enoch! Rich people don’t brag about their wealth, if they got it honestly. Corrupt rich people ndi amene amalubwalubwa, e.g. Chisale, Gertrude, Cash Madam, Ben Phiri, and all their ilk.

Mwapsola pa ukape a Enoch… Mwafika pombwambwana. What’s the Tumbuka word for “beyond uchindere” ?

Pathako Panjuchi
1 month ago

Tintin and Haddock 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Khalifonya
Khalifonya
1 month ago

…biilions and billions of billious blue blistering barnacles in a thundering Typhoon! Lol

Alamu Pumani Mwakalamba

Chindere ichi why not enjoy the money in your country? We know that you in South Africa eating Bushiri’s. Tadala Chakhaza wamupengetsa and he could not manage her after being a minister for the stupid government of Joyce Banda that even picked fools like him just like APM picking Kamlepo.

Mdala
Mdala
1 month ago

What a failure as a leader and person! A good character can never pose like this!
It seems this combination to be a party leader and a son of a party founder is the worst ever!
Why do this educated idiots don’t realise it themselves?
The only profession they have learned in life is to spend the talents of their father’s. Of course this can works only marginally!

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