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ACB Substandard Report Cost Vice President Chilima’s Job

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President Dr Lazarus Chakwera has told malawians that ACB Report is substandard, the report submitted to the president to feed malawians is unfinished,

President Chakwera contradicting himself .

Says Chizuma the ACB head gave him substandard work .

President Chakwera has fired Inspector General George Kainja, Suspend State house chief of staff Kapondagaga and crippled the Vice President office and suspend PPDA chairman based on an incomplete and substandard report.

I am ready to agree to disagree with some people on ACB Director professionalism or lack thereof as ACB Director. If the manner in which ACB Director has conducted herself on the Sattar Issue can serve as a reference point, the ACB Director is not fit for the job. She is discharging her duties unprofessionally.

Based on what the president reported, Chizuma qualifies to be in the league of the fired and not just the suspended. The president might have spared her today for some better reasons. There is enough proof that she has been leaking highly sensitive and classified information to the undeserved recipients. Worse still, she had the audacity to share the report with other authorities apart from the president way before the latter has acted on it. Such action amounts to sheer insubordination.

The most noble option for Martha Chizuma is to tender her resignation to the appointing authority lest she embarrasses herself even more.

The same news Dr Charles Dzamalala was suspended by Medical Council of Malawi for offering a substandard autopsy report.

Substandard report is a warrant for suspension and dismissal.

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  • Suleman Chitera

    Piece from khumbo bonzoe

    Ordinarily, accusations of criminal wrong doing should be made in a court of law. That gives those accused an opportunity to say their piece. Accusing people of criminal wrong doing via lists is one of the most irresponsible and unfair things that anyone can do. It causes people great prejudice and puts them in a quandary. Do I go to the court of public opinion to try to clear my name? Or as someone in potential legal jeopardy, do I hold my horses until they come after me?

    But what if eventually the prosecutors come to the view that there is not enough evidence to prosecute someone? Remember the bar for convicting people in a court of law is far much higher than that needed to finish them off in a court of public opinion. That is why it’s easier to do the latter. You can do the latter why sitting on your toilet seat.

    This is a matter of rights. And basic fairness I think. Don’t charge people in the court of public opinion. They will be convincted even before they take plea. Instead, if you really believe in your story, let it be taken through the harsh furnace of a litigation process…

    What is happening with the Sattar investigation may make for interesting news headlines. But we may be getting the basics wrong.

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