Officials from Public Accounts Committee of parliament (PAC) has vowed to make public its findings on the infamous K236 billion’cashgate’ – grand corruption scandal.
Chairman of PAC Alekeni Menyani says the report will be made public on January 31.
“This will include names of the cabinet ministers, other individuals and companies contained in the 13 files,” he said.
He said PAC has made thorough investigations and made a series of meetings.
The graft busting body, the Anti Corruption Bureau has refused to make public the contents of the 13 files from the office of the Auditor General.
Attorney General Kalekeni Kaphale said he advised the Anti Corruption Bureau and the Auditor General against making public the files.
President Peter Mutharika said a week ago in Mzuzu that no minister in his cabinet is corupt.
PAC is also investigating reports that former president Bingu wa Mutharika stashed K90 billion, which he allegedly obtained through corruption, in foreign investment accounts.
Mutharika and his government vehemently refutes this, calling the investigation torture to the Bingu’s family.