Malawi Tobacco Commission fires deputy CEO, 2 others

The Tobacco Commission (TC) has fired its deputy Chief Executive Officer Levi Phelani and two other senior managers.

MP Mkandawire: Confirmed

TC board chairperson Harry Mkandawire has confirmed the development.

He said the other two are Internal Audit Manager William Katopola and director of finance Destone Katenje over abuse of office.

Mkandawire ,however, referred the matter to TC chief executive officer Joseph Chidanti Malunga for more details saying the board can only comment on the top officials while the CEO may give more details about his management team.

Mkandawire said: “I can confirm that indeed we have offloaded him (Phelani) reason being, abuse of his authority.

“We are carrying out reforms and investigations of institutional operations at the Commission so as to bring efficiency”.

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Moyenda
Moyenda
12 days ago

Check ku EGENCO

Team yonse William Liabunya CEO, Labren Sondhi, Hilda Singo, Rex Muhome, Harrison Banda, Videlia Muliwira, Doreen Kavala, ma cadet.

Remove them changu before ataba ndalama za campany.

Mbuzi kusi
Mbuzi kusi
11 days ago
Reply to  Moyenda

True Hilda Singo was fired at MTL for incompetence, a week later she was recruited as Director of Finance at ENGECO, u can’t find such a position with Job advert, without Job interviews, just being picked like u are a gardener!!!

Nyoni
Nyoni
12 days ago

Political hacks firing each other. Appointing a neutral board without party allegiance would have been a good way of clearing the mess. Chakwera has decided to make a bigger mess instead.

The Judge
The Judge
12 days ago
Reply to  Nyoni

Which Chakwera are you talking about? some of these things must end in your own mind since kuganiza soletsana. Malawi is bigger than your small thieving tribe.

Robson Chendawaka
Robson Chendawaka
12 days ago

Mbava zonse za DPP zichotsedwe

TCC 1.
TCC 1.
12 days ago

This is very commendable. Koma don’t stop there also investigate how institutional houses were disposed off. The legal Firm that was engaged got a fortune out of the sales proceeds and one lawyer had to spend over 30 million in Capetown with his family. These unscrupulous deals should stop. Anthu anatola khobwe kuno.

Nachithidzi
Nachithidzi
12 days ago

Phereani, Nyekhweeeeeee.

Bigman
Bigman
12 days ago

Kodi nanga ku Egeñco mukuti mako bwanji.

Kuli mabwana analembedwa with no interviews. Mrs Singo and Mr Banda.

Bwana SPC you are chairman there, please do something about these cadets

Moyenda
Moyenda
11 days ago
Reply to  Bigman

Remove these EGENCO cadets fast.

Jah
Jah
12 days ago

Southern Region take note

Shua
Shua
12 days ago
Reply to  Jah

Kulibe za southern region apapa akupanga za amalawi Noth, center,south even people of south knows just see what happened by election in south

Dausee
Dausee
12 days ago

Harry akuitha!

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