Reverend Kaliya in illegal water connection: BWB losing K384m annually

The Blantyre Water Board (BWB) has disconnected illegal water at the private residence of former independent presidential aspirant Reverend Hadwick Kaliya at Chilomoni in Blantyre.

BWB uprooted water pipes at Reverend Kaliya, who contested in the 2019 tripartite elections as a independent presidential candidate and business tycoon Reuben Kumwenda’s residences in Michiru and Namiwawa respectively

BWB Public Relations Officer, Evelyn Khonje confirmed the development on Friday, saying BWB team and police were denied access to Kaliya’s premises but managed to disconnect the water from outside the fence.

The board has also disconnected illegal water connection to the house of prominent business person Reuben Kumwenda in Namiwawa, Blantyre.

Blantyre Water Board loses about MK384 million annually through illegal water connections.

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Justice for all
Justice for all
9 months ago

Very sad

Kwangwgwa
Kwangwgwa
9 months ago

Mmangeni pulezident wakwiba uyu.

Mafikizolo
Mafikizolo
9 months ago

People who know Kaliya are not surprised by this. Kaliys is a mbava and a hoodlum. His main source of income is to act as a bouncer and enforcer for loan sharks (anthu akatapila). And he wanted to become president of Malawi, hehehehe…

REX
REX
10 months ago

Rev Kaliya akadangowina upulezidenti mchaka cha 2019, akadakhala Nyekhwe inanso yoba ndalama za aMalawi.🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑

Citizen 1
Citizen 1
10 months ago

If he managed to do that outside the Presidential Palace, what more could happen if he won the Presidency. It is high time we screened these Presidential Aspirants.

Kambewa ngozo
10 months ago

Foseki
That criminal offence take them to court and face the law

Truth
Truth
10 months ago

The are so many. Others do not pay electricity

ERUTU
ERUTU
10 months ago

Sad 🇲🇼

henry
10 months ago

KKKKKKKKKKKKKK koma ku malawi nthawi yonseyi munali kutiko?

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