Mbilizi case still on, says state prosecutors

Director of Public Prosecutions office says the Covid-19 pandemic is delaying the case involving powerful and influential former deputy commissioner for Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) Roza Mbilizi.

Mbilizi: Case has stalled

Spokesperson for the ministry of justice Pilirani Masanjala also attributed the delay to what he called unforseen circumstances.

The Directorate of Public Prosecutions is pursuing a fraud case involving Mbilizi.

Mbilizi was arrested last July for her alleged involvement in fraudulent dealings including facilitating duty-free clearance for thousands of cement bags worth billions of Kwacha in former President Peter Mutharika’s name.

She was also accused of selling institutional houses without following proper procedures.

Since her release on bail a few days after her arrest, the once untouchable MRA deputy chief’s case has grown cold, prompting fears that she may never be prosecuted apparently due to unconfirmed political connections.

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George Malemia
George Malemia
6 months ago

Now that Sidik Mia who was shielding her is dead, mulandu sumawola.
Nthawi nkachitsiru

Justice for all
Justice for all
6 months ago

They should just close all the rich people s cases bcoz doesn’t go anywhere they just wasting resources and I believe that politicians will never be friends with poor people whenever you see a politician following poor people just know that there a tender or a deal or voting time

Ginimbi, the illuminate, the likes of Bushiri

koma andalewa amatiseweretsa kwabasi, nthawi ya mayi Joyce Banda anthu adafunitsisa kuti Baraba Ralph Kasambara apachikidwe chifukwa cha cashgate ndipo adatiyenda njomba pomukwizinga mwa nyali, lero ndi uyo ali kunja kwa ndende kudyelera pa zifukwa zodziwa okha, lero ndi mkazi wa Potifala Mbilizi, akatero atiputsitsanso, andale anthu oipa otumizidwa ndi satana mdierekezi kwawo ndi kusakaza ndikusaukitsa anthu wamba!

nafundo zalo
nafundo zalo
6 months ago

let alone jice herself ukamberembere u crook..
amene amaziwa amene anaombera nephew wake Mphwiyo. koma poti ndi cycle imodzi akudyera limozi ndalama za ndege 8ja.mxiii

Mafikizolo
Mafikizolo
6 months ago

The moment when this vile woman faces true justice before the courts of law, is the moment when I will start to believe in the existence of the rule of law in Malawi.

China
China
6 months ago

I believe its because Mia is gone that’s why

Lipwisi
Lipwisi
6 months ago

Now that Sidiq Mia is dead, a beneficiary of some of the duty free dealings you want to squeeze her. Tonse alliance is on the same path that we thought we have detoured

nafundo zalo
nafundo zalo
6 months ago
Reply to  Lipwisi

kodi kucedwetsaku munangowatenthetsa a malawi ngati kuti milandu ituluka msanga eh!!!
kumanena zomvekatu

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