National Audit Office probe on K2.4bn Teveta scam underway

National auditors, the National Audit Office says it has started its own probe into the K2.4 billion scam at Technical Entrepreneural and Vocational and Education Training Authority (Teveta)  which has led to the suspension of top management at the skills training state institution including its executive director.

Chauluka: Investigated

Spokesperson for the National Audit Office (NAO) Rabson Kagwamminga said the audit exercise is progressing well.

“The investigation is very complex but it is going on well. We will soon get to the bottom of the matter,” he said.

He started the audit exercise started in January and is expected to come to an end in April.

Teveta executive director Ndione Chauluka and director of training Modesto Gomani are accused of swindling K2.4 billion public money when they funded Nditsogolo Langa Skills project in Neno without the approval of the board of directors.

They deny any wrong doing.

They remain on suspension.

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