Kachaje appeal case on his Mera employment next week

The Supreme Court of Appeal will on Tuesday hear a case in which Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (Mera) chief executive officer Henry Kachaje is challenging the release of findings of his recruitment at the organization.
The Court will sit next week in Lilongwe to hear an appeal by the Office of the Ombudsman which want an injunction stopping the release of findings of a probe into the recruitment of Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (Mera) chief executive officer Henry Kachaje vacated.

MERA CEO Henry Kachaje 
This comes after the High Court dismissed their application to remove the injunction in December 2021.
A notice of hearing dated April 4,  2023 and signed by registrar of High Court of Malawi and Supreme Court of Appeal, states that the proceedings will be in the morning at 9am.
Mera’s previous  board obtained the injunction on November 10 2021.
The Office of the Ombudsman was served with the injunction 10 minutes after Ombudsman Grace Malera and her team started presenting findings of the investigative report titled ‘Curbing Impunity’ at a press briefing in Lilongwe.

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