Malawi Postal Corp employee arrested over forged MSCE certificate
An employee for Malawi Postal Corporations (MPC) Gibson Mgadamika, is currently under police custody in Lilongwe for allegedly using a forged Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) certificate.
Mgadamika has been arrested together with his accomplice Samson Mweso, who actually forged the certificate.
The two were arrested on Tuesday following investigations by Malawi National Examinations Board (Maneb) in conjunction with central region police.
Maneb Public Relations Manager, Simeon Maganga confirmed the arrest.
Maganga said Mgadamika was arrested for “holding” a forged certificate while Mweso is in custody for producing the said forged certificate.
Mweso owns a Photocopying Bureau at Lumbadzi Trading Centre. Meanwhile his computer has since been seized.
”We asked companies to send us their employees’ certificates for vetting, and it was through such process when we discovered that details on Mgadamika’s copy of certificate were not real. We then
instituted investigations,” explained Maganga.
Mgadamika is said to have confessed during police interrogation that the MSCE certificate in his possession was forged.
According to information, it was Mweso who influenced Mgadamika- a holder of Junior Certificate of Education (JCE) certificate- to have a forged certificate.
Mgadamika is reported to have paid K1,500 for the certificate.
The two are expected to be charged with altering a false document contrary to Section 360 as read with Section 356 of the Penal Code.
Meanwhile, Maneb has called on employers and training institutions to always vet with the board certificates of their potential employees and potential students.
”Copies (photocopies) of the certificates could be sent to Maneb in person or through e-mail and we vet free of charge”.
Maganga pointed out that certificate vetting is very important as it allows only deserving candidates to secure places for either employment or school/training thereby contributing positively to
sorry mwana sam hop a lesson has bin learnt now though u were lyk a gud samaritan.chifundo chinaphadi nkhwali
remove them ena nawonso agwileko n pitilirani ur job maneb bg up,,,
maneb should do what we r discusin here not just leaving them in vane
Go to immigration where you will find these so called expats getting permit with fake certificate and working as security officers.
Malawi Electoral Commission should also engage Maneb do the vetting process once aspirants in national elections have submitted their nomination papers. There had been strong rumours in Zomba Chisi Constituency of some either MPs or aspirants using certificates of their relatives. MEC should also bring back the Proficiency Test – the written one as well as the introducing the oral one. Otherwise what we observe and hear on our media channels leave a lot to be desired. What kind of Members of Parliament do we choose to represent people if they cannot take part in the deliberations in the National… Read more »
Za zii imeneyo ndi nkhani. Ma ministers, MPs are also in possession of those fake ones.
Amwenye are using fake business certificates and are the ones enjoying in this country. Mutayeni si nkhani imeneyo koma nkhani ndi ya ma billions a cash gate aja mukuwasiya bwanji.
Ndibwino kukhala ndi Certiicate ya credit modzi than kugwilitsa ntchito ya fake.hahahaha Maneb ikakupezani mkukuimbani mlandu mudziti nkhanza?
Palinso HSA pa Chiwamba healthy center, akugwilitsa ntchito fake certificate
Even some members of parliament have dubious certificates. Come here in Nkhotakota and conduct this exercise among our legislators, you will surely believe me