Uladi  conviction a timely warning to Malawi thieving public servants: You are next!

Uladi Mussa is not the first, among his average, to suffer a court conviction after a thorough prosecution of having abused office during time he was entrusted with leadership.

Uladi Mussa: Concivted

The list is long.

However, Mussa’s predicament comes hot on the heels corruption fight in the current Tonse Alliance government led by President Lazarus Chakwera.

Just few days ago, Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) lodged a stern complaint before the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Mary Kachale with regards to the snail’s pace at which the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is prosecuting those arrested, accused of having been involved in the looting of public funds during the previous administration.

At the heart of that letter are feelings HRDC got from the public advancing that President Chakwera is playing a lip service to fighting corruption in the country.

Even though State House responded arguing that it is ACB which the public should point fingers at, we believe that it’s President Chakwera who is running this country and if any of his lieutenants are not living to his goals, he has the power to hire and fire.

However, the gist of this story is that Malawians want their taxes to be well protected by people put in charge. They want their country to be inhabited by people with legitimate papers—not questionable characters that buy their way in through bribing public officers.

Such public officers are a threat to society and that is why we need a strong ACB to thoroughly investigate and prosecute such officers.

It is in this vein where we applaud ACB and the Police for staying the course with Mussa’s case until justice has been served.

Well, we don’t have tears for Mussa—justice has taken its course and he has no one to blame but his own acts of betraying Malawians by acting against the wishes of the law, which is the voice of the people.

For Mussa, the die is cast; but, as usual, his predicament is a hope to Malawians as it revives our hope in the country’s justice system.

We are waiting for the next in Mussa’s line. From the old rubble of corruption and the emerging new rubble.

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Mapopa
Mapopa
11 days ago

I will only believe this fight against corruption if one person from Tonse Alliance is also convicted, otherwise it remains political persecution against DPP. Ena anagulitsa Ndege, ena tracta gate sakumangidwa.

Kuzen
Kuzen
14 days ago

Koma DPP inamuphatsa udindo ikudziwa kuti ndi wakuba shame

Alamu pumani
Alamu pumani
14 days ago

Uladi, chipumi ngati sefuliya kkkk

BUTANI GINAH
15 days ago

What matters is to finish the case not to start. Let us focus on the justice no matter what and things are changing now this is reality

Thyolo2
Thyolo2
15 days ago

Uladi Mussa and Mzomera Ngwira. Two monkeys gone. How many remaining? Go for it, justice! Go!

Bauleni
Bauleni
15 days ago

He did the offence during Joyce Banda’s presidency. This has nothing to do with Dpp

Mtonga Mwana
Mtonga Mwana
15 days ago
Reply to  Bauleni

He worked with DPP before as well as after PP. He is therefore more DPP than PP. Of course machismo ake ngambiri, amayetsetsa kubitsalira ku ruling party of the time. He also approached some of us to join Tonse Alliance

Nyekhwe is real
Nyekhwe is real
15 days ago
Reply to  Bauleni

He was the VP of DPP musamukane lero

Ndede
Ndede
15 days ago

Mussa has had his crime way back before the Tonse alliance Govt. So it’s not Chakwera clearing the corruption. It’s the other way you know. The first case under Chakwera is yet to start with Norman Chisale.

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