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Mwana Pumbwa ndi Pumbwa amene
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Mwana Pumbwa ndi Pumbwa amene

Kodi a president and vice president ukutani mudziko link is Malawi? These two pipo hv my helped us for the past four years……

Pumbwa Mwana
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Pumbwa Mwana

Anzake aChilima muboma ndaamene akumpatsa information…there nothing special kungoti iyeyo Ali muboma momo…… Khoswe wapazala adaulura was sindwi…….

MA D7 MA D6
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MA D7 MA D6

PRESIDENT PITALA ALIBE
POLOBOLEMU !!! ALI ZIII !!

Kandulu
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Kandulu

ESCOM has already recovered the money lost by increasing tariffs. It will increase the tariffs again soon. No big deal here.

China
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China

Chilima is our shinning armour indeed.Dpp has lied to malawians

Che Wanimiliyoni
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Che Wanimiliyoni

This allegation is meaningless if we are not told how much litres were supposed to be used during the time we have incurred the 4.2 million litres loss.
At full load a 78 megawatt machine will require in excess of 20,000 litres per hour. If you calculate how many hours these machines have been running since commissioned you find that the 4.2 million litres lost are just a tiny fraction of fuel used and can therefore be with acceptable limits.

HoRror
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HoRror

Then these are generators. The sentiments that pple raised were genuine, bt govt did not take hide. The money we are loosing was better to be invested in a sustainable energy source like solar or other hydro power in hydro potential areas. Now escom is trapping itself. KAYAKAYA. ziko likupita kuphedi. More ngongole more tariff hike kuti zipulumuse escom.

The patriot
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The patriot

You must be a witch, a wizard or anything closer to that! How can you insinuate that a loss of 4.2 million litres of fuel apparently costing more than 3 billion kwacha is acceptable loss for small economy like Malawi?

Mchacha the Terrorist
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Mchacha the Terrorist

@ Che wanimiliyoni
Why are you trying albeit pathetically failing to justify or defend crime. Very unfortunate and you should be ashamed of yourself. ESCOM has confirmed that indeed fuel was stolen so what the hell are you bubbling and doodling about here. Shame upon you DPP follower

UTM boma
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UTM boma

Comment from a thief

Panganani
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CHILIMA NDI DILU.CHIPANI CHA KUBA CHA DPP CHAYENERA CHIONERE MPIRA KUCHOKERA KUMA STANDS COME 2019!

SKC
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SKC

Who’s trucks are transporting the fuel? who are the shareholders of that transportation company? Is Rashy not there?

Banda
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Banda

Malawi NDE zikukhalangati ndi dziko LA DPP. Koma ndichifukwa chiyani amalawi timangoonelera osachitapo kanthu. Zuma ataba ndalama zomwe adamangira nyumba yake South African citizens adamuchotsa pa mpando. Amalawi mantha ndichifukwa chake azitsogoleriwa azitiberadi ndipo I don’t see anyone right to govern this country. Onsewo zolinga zawo ndizofanana. Koma ndichifukwa choti ngakhale amabungwe anthu akati tiwapange sapoti pa ziwonetsero anthu ambiri amakana. Mwina vuto ndi mabungwe omwenso kulandila ziphuphu kuchokera Ku boma. Koma nanga ngati katangaleyu wafika posawuzana choncho kodi anthu amene akubwera mtsogolomu dzikoli adzalipeza? Zomvetsa chisoni.

Dimingu
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Dimingu

Nzomvetsadi chisoni izi ummmmh

Ndangodutsamo
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Ndangodutsamo

Sometimes lets be serious. How can you say he has been vindicated. Escom started these investigations before SKC said them at a rally. Someone just tipped him off and he said it at the rally. The investigations did not start because of him. Now the investigation has discovered its more than what they initially thought, and someone has told SKC the figure. Its not like SKC has discovered how much is missing and told Escom to investigate. Its people investigating telling him the figures. And about Agrekko getting the deal, SKC didn’t say anything new. This was mentioned in parliament… Read more »