Police arrest contractor for removing solar panels on DC house over unpaid K700,000

Malawi police  in Nkhata Bay arrested a contractor who removed solar panels on the roof of a house of a district commissioner at Likoma over unpaid K700 000 debt.

Police in Nkhata Bay said Jones Chombo was arrested after he removed the solar panels following the failure by the Likoma island council to pay him an outstanding balance of K700,000 as fee for installing the panels.
“He has been communicating with the council authorities to give him his money to no avail,” said the police.
In a telephone interview later, Chombo said he had been released but could not say on what conditions he was released.

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Joe Guta
Joe Guta
2 years ago

Mr J Chombo, did you use all the avenues and failed to recover your money ? Even going to court ? But removing the panels wasn’t a good solution to your problem. It can be another issue once you are paid and demand you to re install the panels which shall be an inconvenience for you. But for sure they were supposed to inform you of the delay in payment. I am happy that you have been released because you don’t deserve to be arrested but to be paid your money.

2 years ago

sheee koma yah

2 years ago

mupatseni zake munthu!!
bwanji kodi?
koma akakhala wandale wa mbali yolamula ndiye kulipira ntchito asanayambe

Agenda Setting Theory
Agenda Setting Theory
2 years ago

Why not arrest those who fooled him to work without pay?

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