Central Region Water Board employees want 2 senior staff out, threaten strike

Central Region Water Board (LWB) employees have threatened a strike on January 8 to force management remove two senior members of staff whom they accuse of deteriorating welfare standards.

The staff are accusing the director of finance a Mr Mtawali and director of Technical Services Paul Makwenda also of abusing their offices.

They say CRWB is failing to remit K500 million it deducted from the employees for pension to pension fund affecting those who retire from the organization.

But the board  said the strike was illegal.

The board said the workers decided to go on strike without giving mediation a chance.

CRWB has since obtained a court injunction stopping the workers from proceeding with the strike.

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2 years ago

Lilongwe water board or Central Region Water Board.. I know they are all have headquarter in Lilongwe.. Also verify or correct the names of CEO

2 years ago
Reply to  Jomicons

Also the building shown is for LWB not CRWB

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