Seodi blames District Councils  for dragging in public sector reforms

Some district councils are yet to start implementing Public Sector Reforms, a development that is delaying the process of improving public service delivery, a senior official government official has said.

Seodi White stresses a point at reforms implementation conference for councils in Lilongwe

Group photo of participants at reforms implementation conference for councils in Lilongwe

Chief Director in Public Sector Reforms Management Unit Seodi White said this on Tuesday in Lilongwe during the official opening of the reforms implementation conference for local councils.

“Some councils are not making tangible progress because they are yet to starting implementing the reforms.

There is a need for these councils to learn and appreciate the progress made in other sectors in these reforms,” White said.

She said it was in this spirit that the Office of the President and Cabinet through the Public-Sector Reforms Management Unit has organised the conference for local councils and their parent Ministry (Local Government and Rural Development) to share ideas and experiences.

“This platform offers an opportunity to all participants to learn best practices that can be adopted so that no sector is left behind,” White said

Government is engaging the local councils to look at the challenges hampering the progress of public sector reforms.

“Participants are expected to come up with concrete recommendations to address emerging challenges and guide future interventions in the reforms agenda,” White said.

Deputy Director for planning and policy in the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development Walusungu Kayira said it is encouraging that some councils are performing well in the in the reforms.

He, however, said that funding challenges is main problem affecting implementation of these reforms in some councils and called on these council to find alternative ways of overcoming this problem.

“We are encouraging councils to come up with revenue generating activities so that they can efficiently implement the reforms,” Kayira said.

The Public Service Reforms Agenda was officially launched on 11th February, 2015 with the aim of improving efficiency, effectiveness and professionalism in the Public Sector.

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Naweonso Seodi osangokhala bwanji!! Mwati anthu adziwe kuti mulipo kodi and now dressing in funny wigs!! Osamangodya ma allowance wo bwanji! Awanso paja akati a boweeeeeeeeeeee ! eshiiiiiiiiiiiii

LIPHAVA NAMANDWA NGOLINGOLIWA
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LIPHAVA NAMANDWA NGOLINGOLIWA

A waste of time and resources. No right people to drive reforms. Just close down the project. Reopen it when politicians have the will to do so. Obviously not while the DPP is in power. There is no patriotism, integrity and hardwork in their party cornerstones.

This is a failed project because the drivers of the reforms designed it to fail. Good luck as you fail completely!

Jacob Zuma
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Jacob Zuma

A case of blame everybody except yourself

Bright
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Malawi 🇲🇼

Chilungamo
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Chilungamo

The PRP was dead and buried long time ago. The reason is ntchito zopatsana pa carpet. Seodi is another INEPT leader who talks a lot (colourfully) with little to show for.

CHE WISIKI
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CHE WISIKI

Madam Seodi you plotted against Chilima by lying to the president. President was weak, he listened to your lies and you have goofed big time, now you want to heap the blame on district councils , shame on you.

You know what people like you are the ones failing Malawi today, look now our country is a laughing stock where ever we go.

Sabata
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Sabata

Kodi reform program ilipo? What is happening now in this country is pure drama

Zam'tonda
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Zam'tonda

Public reforms were not introduced with determination there hasn’t been any political will because the full implementation of the reforms would have torn apart the corruption syndicate. Thus simply the entire corruption systematically carried out by the DPP vampires would be a fiasco, our fat cats read the reforms and concluded that partial implementation was to their benefit. The reforms portfolio was removed from Chilima’s drawer to Seodi White. She has gone silent she is legally assisting the suckers in draining the account number 1(one)

Namwera
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Namwera

Inu Seodi White is a very incompetent woman. Ask the people she worked with at WILSA. She only knows how to make noise typical of atumbuka ukumva iwe Seodi Munthali. She is not even a qualified lawyer. wina ndi Harold Mwala the guy is not even an accountant to be Auditor General. He cites doing an MBA with ESAMI but anyone knows that ESAMI is a scandal as it offers fake qualifications. Koma a Malawi kutengeka

mwana mulopwana
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mwana mulopwana

who told you that ESAMI offers fake qualifications, it just shows that nsanje yakupwetekani, everyone who has gone through ESAMI has brains, The problem with a Malawi ndiloti we are always crying babies and we always don’t want to take responsibilities but we are good at playing a blame game .Malawi cant develop with such kind of mentality ,

Makina Bande
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Makina Bande

A Namwera muli ndi nsanje yovuta. Chilichonse mwalemba inu cha negative basi. Seodi might have her downfalls but the lady has delivered in so many areas. Kenako mwalimbana ndi ESAMI. Yatani ESAMI? Can you prove legally that the qualifications from ESAMI are fake? ESAMI graduates are driving the economy of this country. Inu mwachitapo chani?

Panganani
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SEODI BLUE!-STOP TELLING LIES. You have never worked in government and consequently don’t understand how government systems work. To make things worse, you are a political appointee and so you are resented. Your leadership style is a good example of how not to lead anything. How can reforms work at district level when the central government has not embraced reforms?

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