Dausi warns of naming, shaming corrupt officers in Police, Immigration, Prisons.

Government has conceded there is rampant and uncontrollable corruption in police, the Immigration and prison departments and minster of Homeland Security Nicholas Dausi has warned officers that he would start naming and shaming those involved in graft.

Dausi: For enhanced security

Dausi said this when he opened a senior management meeting on Thursday at Victoria Hotel in Blantyre for all the departments heads under his ministry.

“The rampant corruption is denting the image of the government as well as paralyzing public services to the people,” he said.

The minster warned the government would not sit back and watch as officers in the departments continue to get involved in graft.

“The government will deal with you if caught,” he warned.

Dausi, therefore, urged all departments under his ministry to enhance security and conceded that lack of resources is hampering their work.

“We still have a long way towards establishing a secure and efficient Homeland Security that is responsive to the needs and aspirations of the people,” he said.

Dausi acknowledged that: “During the course of exercising your duties, there are a number of challenges that impede your progress. These include; old and dilapidated offices, lack of office furniture and inadequate funding for operations, among others.”

Some senior government officials who attended the  meeting included deputy minister Charles Mchacha, secretary for Homeland Security Samuel Madula, deputy Inspector General of Police Duncan Mwapasa,  director general of Immigration and Citizenship Services  Department Masauko Medi and chief commissioner of Malawi Prisons Wandika Phiri.

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Namaseko
Namaseko
1 year ago

How about naming and shaming cashgaters in your government ??? Starting with Mr Maliseche MK145M

Kuloya
Kuloya
1 year ago

Who told you that naming and shaming is useful? If you have enough evidence take them to court. you’re in government. Mr Dausi you still think Malawians are sleeping? Shame on you sir!!

Dipipi wa Yudiefu
Dipipi wa Yudiefu
1 year ago

So, Dausi knows who the corrupt are in his ministry but he is waiting for them to be caught first for him to act. Laughable indeed. DPP led government is a very big joke and they should go in May.

innocent m'bama
innocent m'bama
1 year ago

God !!!!! my fellow malawian please stop hating one another because of ndale. join any church please than every day hearing one issue protics dppp mcp & utm pp

Roll Out ATI Now
Roll Out ATI Now
1 year ago

corrupt churches, huh?

Citizen
Citizen
1 year ago

Start with your boss (Mutharika) who is at the centre of deals and corruption at MPS. Mulimbane ndi anthu olandira Ma 1000 pansewuwo tizikamba nkhani Yama rations apa mwamva a Dausi

President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
1 year ago

I voted for DPP into power thinking it will do some developments like Bingu but now we have learned that DPP is evil, bad and corrupt. Vote for any other party apart from DPP.

President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
1 year ago

Lets us deal with you first.

Vinjenje
Vinjenje
1 year ago

Lip service.No action.Hahahahahahaha !

Cashgate1
Cashgate1
1 year ago

That’s better Chief, but lets start in Jerusalem before going into Judea. Osamangopezelera ana. It all begin and falls on leadership. If Top Notch Official are really serious, then this should not be a problem. But ana amaona adad, and they think its OK for them as well.

Yaphama
Yaphama
1 year ago

Wat abt iweyo Dausi n bamboo ache a Moyenda K145 munabweza ija it’s not part of corruption chifukwa munabweza, first to name it’s maliseche followed by you.

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