Malawi Police quiz Rwandan ‘doctor’ operating without papers

Police in Lilongwe over the weekend detained and questioned Rwanda-born Nice Oliver for posing as a South Korea trained physician and operating a clinic without proper papers.

Oliver, who is Director of Vigen Medical Clinics, is suspected that he has been cheating Malawians the he is an agent of Vigen Medical Company of South Korea.

His clinic has two branches one in Malangalanga in Lilongwe and the other in Blantyre at the Trade Fair grounds.

Lilongwe Police Publicist Sergeant Kingsley Dandaula confirmed of the arrest.

“He was questioned and released on bail pending further investigations,” said Dandaula.

In an interview, Oliver said the police requested for his papers authenticating his claims that he is a trained physician and an agent for Vigen Medical Clinic.

“I gave them documents,” he said without confirming whether he is indeed a trained physician.

Vigen Medical Company originated from South Korea and is found in many Asian, European and African countries.

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Mr.Bambo
Mr.Bambo
5 years ago

Zichedwani choncho anzanu akuchira uku.Akhungu akuona a stroke akuyenda ofooka ku chipinda akubandula heavy.Inetu ndikuchitira umboni,munthu akuthandiza uyu.

Nyangwani
Nyangwani
5 years ago

The guy is foreigner and u give him bail. He wil run away.

Nyangwani
Nyangwani
5 years ago

Medical Council of Malawi is sleeping. So is the ministry of health. Conduct door to door check of clinics owned by foreigners. Immigration and police shud also conduct their own operation to flash out illegal immigrants. Go to RSA and see how effective the police is in arresting illegal immigrants. Kuno muli ndwiiiii including minister of home affairs.

chifundo
chifundo
5 years ago

In the quest for cheap Labour Madisi hospital also hired a guy from Rwanda who made so many Malawian women lose their lives lucky ones only the uterus. Patients would come back days with their decomposing wounds that were improperly stitched. I blame the Malawian nurses around who couldn’t take the matter to authorities.

Kharupa
Kharupa
5 years ago

also check on greenline

sizwe motaung
sizwe motaung
5 years ago

komadi a malawi ndife omvetsa chisoni, everything in this country porous, a lawless nation worse than those that have been at war for over ten years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

pierra
pierra
5 years ago

Unbelievable! Government is putting the security and health of its citizens in great danger by cosying with such practices. An agent of a foreign company is on a visitor immigration permit as obtained by such an organisation. They can carry out internal audits of said organisations but NOT practice on behalf of that organisation. That requires a different work permit application. Under this guise, how many foreigners have we taken into the country who most likely have proper citizenship papers by now. Malawi is facing graduate unemployment when their jobs are taken up by these foreigners who no doubt pay… Read more »

Chemwali chimwene
Chemwali chimwene
5 years ago

Shame to medical council of malawi

nkhedu
5 years ago

noted

Malawianmom
Malawianmom
5 years ago

Imagine how many people like him are here in Malawi with fake papers. I can’t believe this is happen here.

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