Controversial businessman Chivayo meets Mutharika: Praises Malawi leader for ‘growing economy’

Controversial Zimbabwean businessman Wicknell Chivayo, who met Malawian President Peter Mutharika  last week,  posted pictures on Facebook  of himself meeting Mutharika after discussing power projects.

Chivayo meets President Mutharika
Wicknell Chivayo tables 1 million US dollar bank notes on social media

Chivayo’s wealth is linked to corruption in Zimbabwe and has been a social media attention seeker  known for posting images of himself sitting behind a table loaded with bricks of US dollar bank notes in ostentatious display of riches.

Known as Sir Wicknell, Chivalo was discharged by the High Court after Zimbabwe prosecutors dropped cases of fraud against him.

He is Managing Director of Intratrek  Ltd,  currently mired in controversy over stalled power projects following legal wrangles with the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC).

Chivayo was in Malawi where his technical partners Chint Electric of China have just completed four power projects.

Chint Electric, which is among the four largest companies in China and boasts an annual turnover of US$8 billion, constructed a substation and rehabilitated three others with funding from the United States government through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).

After meeting Malawi leader, Chivayo took to social media to express his joy just weeks after he also  met Zambian leader Edgar Lungu upon the completion of a power project carried out by his company.

Chivayo praised Mutharika for his efforts to grow the economy.

“I spent the last five days in Malawi on a business trip and more importantly had to pass by and congratulate His Excellency the President of the Republic of Malawi Peter Mutharika on his victory in the recent elections,” Chivayo said in a Facebook post.

“He is indeed a wonderful father figure to us all Africans. As a long-time supporter of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), I commend his tireless efforts to grow the economy and redevelop Malawi to improve lives of the ordinary citizens. I’m proud to be part of his vision.”

 

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Mandado@147
1 year ago

And state house didnt post this lol only to be found on his facebook showing off his integrity is on display there!

THE APOSTLE
1 year ago

MALAWI FOR SALE

Njolo mpilu
Njolo mpilu
1 year ago

we are paying him to use our money and premises t intertaining crooks. yet we are asked to stay 2 km away from the premises built from our taxes even then, hw was doing his 6 page CV trainings let alone some sre just mandatory annual trainings. was last uear when he posed with that homeless,jobless british white man under briggt malopa who got businss under self emploed tax record but no identified or say non existence address i n the UK. a business man cannot come out and flush money to recruit people to his cloompany. thats like drug… Read more »

Aabwino
Aabwino
1 year ago

Mr President tell him to reduce his weight.

Njiba
Njiba
1 year ago

Going all the way to Yale for degrees just to become a common crook … this nigga here … SMH …

Winston Msowoya
Winston Msowoya
1 year ago

Malawians,just look at these two hippopotamuses are they normal human beings?And what can you expect from these ugly thieves? Why does Muthalika associate himself with rogues and yet himself being the President of the respectful State? Malawians,I think you are now awakening up after being ruled by Bakili Muluzi un educated Muslim,Bingu Muthalika a deadly thief and now,Peter Mathanyula who is crowling on the shades of his late monstrous brother Bingu.CRY BELOVED MALAWI.

Tizanka
Tizanka
1 year ago

Big shouts outs for my boy Chivayo, one of the hardest working Africans that I know, the hate by Malawians in General over the big guy is just a natural reflex of Malawians on successful people

Njiba
Njiba
1 year ago
Reply to  Tizanka

If he was really hardworking , he wouldn’t have to seek political connections for trumped up contracts – we all know these kind of “business men” …. after the government changes , they go broke – huh! Some business …

Mandado@147
1 year ago
Reply to  Tizanka

LOL Koma cadet, you have just known this guy from Nyasa now u tuning like you have known him before KKK

Charie
Charie
1 year ago

God bless you all

Ngolongoliwa
Ngolongoliwa
1 year ago

Zauchitsiru, zausatana, zopanda ntchito

Kanyimbi
Kanyimbi
1 year ago

A Muthalika omangokolekana nkhosi ndi mbabva basi.

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