Taulo faces Parliament confirmation as new Malawi procurement boss

Members of Parliament will scrutinise the appointment of Paul Limbani Taulo as the new Director of Public Procurement.

Taulo appointed to be director of public procurement

Taulo appointed to be director of public procurement

Minister of Information, Communications Technology and Civic Education Patricia Kaliati confirmed President Peter Mutharika has appointed Taulo to replace Dye Mawindo.

Kaliati, who is the official government spokesperson, said the President appointed Taulo as Mawindo   has retired after serving at the helm of the Office of the Director of Public Procurement (ODPP) since 2012.

Taulo’s appointment awaits the confirmation of the Public Appointments Committee (PAC) of Parliament as stated in the Public Procurement Act.

He currently works as collateral manager at AHL Commodity Exchange.

Taulo has experience in collateral management, commodity sourcing, warehousing and procurement and supply chain management, according to his public profile on LinkedIn.

He holds a bachelor of commerce degree majoring in international trade from University of South Africa in 2012 and is currently studying with Amity University of India for a degree majoring in financial and investment analysis.

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mwana akupepuka uyu!kkkk!wachepa nazo!


haaaaaaa what is that qualification we have pple in Malawi with Master even within the office mukuti chani Lomwe syndrome


KKKKKK……………..MWATI MA QUALIFICATION A TAULO NDI CHANI???????????????????????????????????????????WHAT IS THE PROFESSOR PRESIDENT UP TO?????????????????????????????????????????????


Look at the DPP thing on his jacket. Poor Mutharika. So clueless


Has the appointment really been done by our state president? Otherwise, the person’s experience given by Nyasatimes does not show the person is good enough for the job let alone justify why a very experienced and educated president would appoint such a person. May be Nyasatimes should provide us with more details about the experience of Mr Taulo before we ask our MPs to reject the appointment..


The experience presented in the article is not enough to warrant such a heavy responsibility.

Kajidyole Mulwafu

We continue to experiment with our economy when it is already in ICU. Politics aside, the guy is not for for job. I am DPP, but this is another clear sign to the world that we are not serious with what Malawians are going through.


Sad times when such important positions are handed to people as politcal reward. Taulo has never held any noticable leadership experience in the corporate world. Unfit for office. Another cashgate enabler.

Yemwe uja

Malawi…politics is killing this country. Self aggrandisement policies. Sharing the spoils.

naps kaude

Awa nde masanje enieni

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