Chisa Mbele apologizes to Nick Chakwera for defamation over K6.2bln CoVID-19 funds

Joshua Chisa Mbele has obeyed a Lilongwe High Court order that directed him to issue a public apology to Nick Chakwera, son to State President Lazarus Chakwera, over alleged defamatory remarks he made on social media Facebook linking him to the infamous plunder of the K6.2 billion CoVID-19 funds.

The Court also directed Chisa Mbele to retract the offending publication by permanently deleting it in its entirety from his Facebook wall, which Mbele announced on Facebook the same day of the court order — Wednesday, August 4, 2021.

Joshua Chisa Mbele

He was also ordered to publish the apology in two most circulating daily newspapers — The Daily Times and The Nation — twice every week for 4 consecutive weeks, which Mbele said he was in the process of obeying.

“I hereby unreservedly and unconditionally apologize to Mr. Nick Chakwera,” he wrote on his wall. “The defamatory statement was erroneously attributed to me, I nevertheless issue the apology not withstanding the circumstances.

“Mr Nick Chakwera is an upright, honest person with spotless character. He is an exemplary citizen. I sincerely apologize for the pain and anguish the said Facebook status and or subsequent comments might have caused.

“Mr Mbele is a man of God. Where I have erred, I withdraw and apologize. I do recognize that I’m never above common social status and or any applicable law.

Azimai, pakalakwika kumapepesa. Zikomo kwambiri (ladies if you know something wrong apologise),” Mbele signed off.

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Nixon Noordin Mzakwacha
Nixon Noordin Mzakwacha
2 years ago

Apology is a sign of wisdom
I thank you a Pastor JC Mbele for accepting to apologize
You are a real human being.
I request also to extend your apology in person to a Nick Chakwera Shake hand&hug him… showing simplicity.
Nixon Mzakwacha
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HQ Moses
2 years ago

Mparadizo ndi kawawa and you deserve a credit chief.

Yolumu Nkhangazaona
Yolumu Nkhangazaona
2 years ago

Please you need to think before you put your thoughts to pen. This has also dented your image and integrity. Thanks for our Courts for ordering you to make a public apology for the damage you cause to Chakwera. This should be a lesson to all those who like to defame others

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