The commission of inquiry investigating the arrest of director of the Anti-Corruption Bureau-ACB Martha Chizuma is assuring the citizenry that it will deliver a report to the relevant office once its probe is finalized.
Members of the commission took oath of office on December 10, a few days after it was instituted by President Lazarus Chakwera.
Chakwera gave them 14 days to finalise its investigations and present findings to his office.
Malawi Freedom Network can confirm that some senior government officials including cabinet ministers have appeared before the commission for further questioning into Chizuma’s arrest.
The ACB chief was arrested by police in the wee hours of December 6 at her home in Lilongwe following a complaint from the Director of Public Prosecutions Steven Kayuni.
Kayuni had complained that he was injured by a leaked audio conversation between Chizuma and another party.
Chairperson for the commission, retired justice of Supreme Court of Appeal, Edward Twea, is assuring Malawians that all will be done accordingly.“