ACB warns MAP against interfering with witness – Capital Radio Malawi
13 July, 2024

ACB warns MAP against interfering with witness

Has issued a statement: Ndala

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has restricted the Malawi Against Physical Disability (MAP) from interfering with a witness in a case involving some top officials at the organisation.

This has been revealed in a statement signed by the ACB’s Principal Public Relations Officer, Egrita Ndala.

The case involves the MAP general manager Alex Dzinkambani and an administration officer Gloria Kanu, who were charged with corrupt charges in May last year.

The case is currently at prosecution stage.

In the statement, Ndala explains that management is victimising the whistle blower and State witness by making arrangements to relocate them to Rumphi district.

Ndala explains that the restriction notice has been issued to allow the case to be concluded.

“Following the restriction notice, MAP is restricted from continuing with planned relocation until the bureau has lifted the restriction notice,” explains Ndala.

Meanwhile, the ACB has arrested Dzinkambani and Kanu for victimising the whistle blower who had further informed the bureau of an alleged conversation of money belonging to MAP as security for their court bail.

The two will be taken to court after the ACB has finished recording statements.

Ndala has since warned public officers and the public against victimising whistle blowers as the bureau will take legal action.

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