A parliamentary inquiry on maizegate has summoned officials from Transglobe again after they refused to appear before the inquiry on Friday.
Chairperson of the inquiry Joseph Chidanti Malunga said the joint committee has issued a summon to the agro dealers to appear before the committee on Sunday.
Transglobe officials are expected to explain themselves to the inquiry their role in the procurement of maize from Zambia.
The execcutive director of Transglobe exchanged emails directly with the Agriculture minister George Chaponda which raised suspicion.
Chaponda denies any wrong doing. Appearing before the inquiry on Friday was the chaiperson of the Grain Association of Malawi, Grace Mijiga Mhango.
He lied, made contradictions and fumbled before the committee, saying she never knew anything about Kaloswe and Zambia Cooperative Federation.
Yet evidence before the committee from Kaloswe and ZCF showed clearly she was the go between between Admarc and Kaloswe and Admarc and ZCF.
At one point she conceded to have played a crucial role in the procurement of maize from Zambia but said she was just sent.
The interrogating and investigating members of parliament said she had a leading and crucial role in the procurement of the maize and acted like the procurement officer for Admarc.