Ntata’s public lecture to be live on Dziko Radio: To launch ‘From Looting to Kill’ Malawi corruption report

Malawian researcher in law, anti-corruption, political governance and also a barrister of the middle temple Z. Allan Ntata will have his corruption and governance public lecture at Pacific hotel, city centre in Malawi’s capital Lilongwe on 18th August 2015 aired live on Dziko Radio.

 Z. Allan Ntata: Am keen for good governance in Malawi

Z. Allan Ntata: Am keen for good governance in Malawi

According to a report on Malawi Newsnow, Ntata will during the event also launch a report of his independent corruption investigations.

His report is set to shed some additional light on the cash-gate scandal which rocked Malawi from 2009—2012 when the current ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was in charge of the country before it suddenly found itself without power when its leader, former Malawi President Bingu Wa Mutharika suddenly collapsed of cardiac arrest at Kamuzu State House in Lilongwe in 2012.

Ntata, who was also legal counsel to late President Bingu Wa Mutharika, is also expected to sell copies of his first book titled Trappings of Power: Political Leadership in Africa during the event.

According to Ntata, the Corruption Report “From a Looting to a Kill” is a follow up on his earlier report “Licence to Loot”.

“While as Licence to Loot looked at the corruption that occurred during the administration of Joyce Banda,  “From a Looting to a Kill” analyses the period covered by the PwC report (2009-2014),” he told Nyasa Times recently.

“ I have had an opportunity to investigate Cashgate corruption in Malawi better and understand better how it worked, and what its cost has been over this period to the Malawian taxpayer. I also had the opportunity to review the evidence I had when I wrote Licence to Loot and clarify certain points that I made then,” he said.

“Most importantly, This new report is not just the story of what has happened during cashgate but a discussion of why cashgate happened, who were the main culprits, and what Malawians can do to influence change and justice given that the governments are failing or are uninterested in rectifying the loopholes because they benefit from them,” Ntata added.

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Chimphanje Akim
Guest

If Mtata has no agenda then what is yours? Mtata is telling the nation what he had seen and there is nothing criminal unless he is peddling a banch of lies. Tell what you know about cashgaters.

John
Guest

This Dziko radio station is new to some of us. The author could have done us a favour by mentioning which Frequency we can go to in order to tune to the radio. Besides, the author could have told us what time the programme will be aired. Poor reporting.

Kadzakuwawa
Guest

A Ntata, kodi mudzapanga mpaka liti zimenezi? What is your agenda, to expose the wrong doers, then what? Do you honestly think the police can pick up anything from your statements? If it is a political career,then think twice, it’s not working. Bwelerani kunyumba kwanu mukapume. Mkazi wanu afuna mwana, dzikamuchindani lija ndi kale, mudzasiye nkhope, osati mbiri anthu amayiwala. You may be brilliant with passion but wrong motive. Sizikuyenda ayi, bwelerani kunyumba mukapukuse chiuno

Lottie
Guest

While you were busy castigating others, your closet was left open and the skeletons fell off.

Kavuluvulu
Guest

Ntata has no agenda what so ever.

Karim
Guest

Za dzi

Imraan Sadick
Guest

Dead-end debate

Gas Machine Head
Guest

What is this Dziko radio? Where is it and who owns it? Never heard of it at all

Magadi Mwase
Guest

I doubt whether Ntata will show up. Isn’t this the guy who took off before his boss was buried in April 2012. ……. If he does show up, I will revise my opinion of Ntata… Whatever happens.. And Ntata should know better….”.kunqa munthowa chikanga”

Fury Road
Guest

Government must be respected.see my my name

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