Government pays ghost interns – Official

A good number of interns which the government engaged last year as part of reducing unemployment among university graduates, have left their jobs quietly and continue to receive their monthly allowances.

Mwandidya: Head count in progress

Principal secretary in the ministry of Labour, Manpower Development and Youth has confirmed the development.

“Some have secured jobs elsewhere but did not resign from the civil service so that they continue getting allowances,” said Mwandidya.

He said the government is now doing head count for the interns to find out who are still reporting for duties and those who have left.

“The process of this audit is now complete. Those who have not been reporting for duty will not get their June allowance,” said the principal secretary.

President Peter Mutharika said in the run up to the election that all the interns be absorbed in the civil service by June 1 2019.

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tosh
tosh
2 years ago

ZONSEZI ZIKUCHITIKA UNDER TIPEX GOVT

youna
youna
2 years ago

Its all fraud fraud fraud……

Gona pa Muhanya
Gona pa Muhanya
2 years ago

Basi tizikhalira kumva zimenezi kenako mumva mafumu kuyamukira ati Mtsogoleri koma ameneyu.

MUJAHADINI
MUJAHADINI
2 years ago

Only MK80,000 kuimilana pachulu chonchi? Asiyeni ana ophunzira awa azilandira zaulere, after all ndi misonkho yathu iyi. Ena osaphunzila nkomwe akuba ma billion a Boma konkuno ku Malawi konkuno.

Sibuno
Sibuno
2 years ago

You do not expect anything good from a government ran by fraud princes

Njolo mpilu
Njolo mpilu
2 years ago

A govt with no subtance, no standards at all

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