Chilima on fire with Malawi reforms: Resumes interface meetings with parastatal CEOs 

Malawi’s functional vice-president Saulos Chilima has, again, reignited the fire in reforming the public sector and the first stop is interface meetings with heads of parastatal organizations.

Vice President Chilima: To get reforms back on track.- Photo by Lisa Kadango

In a statement released on Friday and signed by controller of statutory corporations, Stuart Ligomeka, Chilima will be busy from 7th to 13th July next week.

“I write to inform you that Right Honourable Dr. Saulos Chilima will hold interface meetings on Public Sector Reforms with Chief Executive officers and directors from parastatal organisations, private sector and local councils,” reads the statement.

The statement urges all invited personnel to take the direction seriously and be part of the interface.

In these interfaces, which were robust in 2014, Chilima provides directions to parastatals on their deliverables.

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mtete
mtete
8 months ago

I imagine what Ligomeka has done will help SKC with his reforms task. Don’t remove him yet.

bararabarara
bararabarara
8 months ago

SKC, If you are really serious about public service reforms, you should remove Stuart Ligomeka who has been single handedly been running parastatals as his personal estate and goldmine. He has employed his underqualified brothers, sisters, cousins and nieces at several parastatals as Directors or CEO.

Just check at MRA, ADMARC, MITC, MBS, MEDF and other parastatals.

Gas Machine Head
Gas Machine Head
8 months ago

Is Seodi still heading this Public Sector Reforms project?

Zondeni
Zondeni
8 months ago

Go on skc

Uyo
Uyo
8 months ago

Skc chonde mupitenso ku macra . Kuli manyi kumeneko.

Sikelo Gonani
Sikelo Gonani
8 months ago

Yes, yes, yes. Dr Colima, every business must put Malawi first just like every Malawian

Destroyer of liars
8 months ago

Malawians can sometimes be easily carried away. Chilima or no Chilima if conditions are not ripe enough to the smooth operation of public sector nothing will happen. Chilima was part of the failed public sector reforms but because we highly praise him Peter got the blame. This time if the reforms fail we shall blame Chakwera to portray Chilima as a saint. Are we serious that out of 18 million Malawians only Chilima has the monopoly of making progressive changes in the public sector? That’s how zonse zimene nza Kamuzu Banda started – worshiping a human being.

VYOTO
VYOTO
8 months ago

You are missing the point that Chilima has a special drive unlike your sleepy 80 years old former president Peter Muthalika.Part of the reform agenda must be removal of under performing senior managers in the parastatal organisations.

ERUTU
ERUTU
8 months ago

Ma Cadet kodi alikuti angoti ziiiii pamudzipa 🤣🤣🤣🤣😅😅😅😩🥊🥊🥊🐓🔥🇲🇼

Chechamba
Chechamba
8 months ago
Reply to  ERUTU

Ma Cadet alipamaliro ameta chaka chamawa!

Desderata Marmite
Desderata Marmite
8 months ago

WHAT A MISLEADING HEADING. JOURNALISM STANDARDS IN MALAWI. FOR HOW LONG ARE WE GOING TO BE POOR IN EVERYTHING? WE CANNOT PERFECT EVEN VERY SIMPLE THINGS LIKE LANGUAGES, WHAT A SHAME!!

Wawo
Wawo
8 months ago

This is what we are/ were looking for osati u vice ogawa zokudya nkumachemerera upulofesa we need working heads. Big up my VP show them tell them how Singapore can be attained. You are My vote and my pride amakubyoza, aja amakutukwana aja you are a stone a builder rejected not knowing you are the one to be camp stone akukulila pano ma cadet mwayiona

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