NFRA fires embattled former deputy CEO Viola

State run National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) has fired its embattled former deputy chief executive officer who was on suspension.

Viola:  Fired

Gerald Viola is now battling a court case on allegations of bribery and corruption.

A letter dated November 16, 2020 from NFRA says Viola has been dismissed after a disciplinary committee found him guilty of serious misconduct on the allegation that he single-handedly issued a Local Purchase Order worth K3.3 billion to Missie’s Trading to supply 10,000 metric tonnes of strategic Grain Reserve maize to NFRA.

NFRA officials have confirmed the development.

But Viola has always pleaded innocent, saying this was mere political witch hunt.

He was also arrested this year of illegally selling a government vehicle which he used as his official vehicle when he was with the Office of the  President and Cabinet.

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Mofolo
Mofolo
1 month ago

A clear example of the folly of public appointments and appeasement in Malawi. These are the dirty boys for politicians sometimes they are rewarded where they are exposed for what they really are.

Chillz
Chillz
1 month ago

Mbava zopuma , Kkkkkk inalakwa awa azikangopitiliza ya zigayo ndima lorry otuta nchenga ku nancholi ija basi

Fr. Mufalisi Mlemi
Fr. Mufalisi Mlemi
1 month ago

olo u Chief Executive unabwera bwanji?

shaharry
shaharry
1 month ago

eti eti abale inu. Can this be a chief Executive. Koma mbola zinazonso inu a Peter Munthalika mwaononga boma. Can you proudly say this is ur chief executive. Even for a 2 Hectare farm, he does not fit. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk DPP Woyeeeeeeee

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