Police arrest 2 Chinese over thin plastics manufacturing

Malawi Police in Lilongwe have arrested two Chinese nationals from Qingdao Recycling company for manufacturing outlawed thin plastics.

Machines which manufacture thin plastics raided by police in Lilongwe
Raided thin plastic manufacturing company in Lilongwe

National police spokesperson James Kadadzera has confirmed of the arrest at Bunda Turn Off in the capital city.

“We received a tip from the department of Environmental Affairs. We were working on the tip,” said Kadadzera.

He said the suspects, who are on police bail, will appear in court on Tuesday.

On Friday, minister of Forestry and Natural Resources Nancy Tembo raided the premises of the Qingdao Recycling Limited in Lilongwe.

Tembo said despite being served a court order to stop the production of thin plastics, they have continued to do so with impunity.

“This government is serious about rule of law. I have given our inspectors my full support and we will deal with these unscrupulous businesses,” she said.

It is now illegal to manufacture thin plastics in Malawi.

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kheza
kheza
10 months ago

nanga Vuwa muchita nayo bwanji

john telford
john telford
10 months ago

better get rid of the Chinese as well . they are the new cancer of africa

Mithi Mwanayaya
10 months ago

Lets clean our environment by getting rid of these thin plastics

ERUTU
ERUTU
10 months ago

Lecture them dubious investors that this is not DPP 💰⚙️⛓️

Huti
Huti
10 months ago
Reply to  ERUTU

Keeping antagonising foreign investors.

Nganga
10 months ago
Reply to  Huti

Huti there are laws governing the country that needs to be followed. You cant let them breakdown coz of an investor coz by the end of day akuonongelani dziko and ma investment ake iye amadya bwino while the country spends more cleaning the environment.

Osamaganiza mobwelera mbuyo unless u r one of the clueless party supporter

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