Govt put on hold Itaye’s move from Macra: Malawi’s ‘corrupt swamp’

Government  has put on hold the decision to move Godfrey Itai from his position as director-general of Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (Macra), Nyasa Times understands.

MACRA director general Godfrey Itaye: Move put on hold

Itaye, who relocated Malawi Post Services, was replaced by  Henry Shamu who was Post Master General, Minister of Information Mark Botomani confirmed the development.

But government decided to put on hold the offer to move Itaye  “pending further consultations with the Macra board and other stakeholders.”

On the other hand, Shamu was keen on to move to Macra and was on Friday on his way to Office to President and Cabinet to collect his appointment letter.

With Itaye at the helm, Macra has been stinking corruption at the regulatory body.

Investigations by Anti Corruption Bureau over the K135 million calendars deal, Color Television Sets, Computers and color printers,  CarTrack deals for 2017 was swept under the carpert.

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Chriss
Chriss
9 months ago

Itaye has warned DPP to disclose the file of misappropriation.

weniweni
weniweni
9 months ago

FRUITS OF CARETAKER GOVT. PRODUCES CARETAKER MACRA BOSS

ankhwinda
9 months ago

Itaye wamenyesa nkhwangwa pa mwala kuti sachoka olo atamuthila doom mkamwa

Amos Zaunda
Amos Zaunda
9 months ago
Reply to  ankhwinda

Kkkkk wachita bwino

Forgive them
Forgive them
9 months ago

Mbava kusinthana
Nzomwe tonse alliance ikufuna kuthetsa,tikufuna munthu kaya ndiwakumwera kaya pakati,kaya kumpoto,adzakhale pa udindo on merit,not what is happening,mbuli zili mmaudindo akuluakulu,zina ndi ma ministers olo tsamba la 8 alibe koma ndi minister,no wonder dziko latheratu ili

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