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Dust Refusing to Settle for Martha Chizuma

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Dust is refusing to settle for Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director Martha Chizuma as she has been taken to task to explain why her office allowed foreign investigators without consent from authorities.

In a statement a movement under the banner Mass Movement Advancement for Economic Revolution said: “Are we serious that we are this asleep to the extent that even our NIB did not have fore knowledge that foreign spies were coming to investigate cases regarding our security arms procurement dealings?”

Recently, Human Rights Activist Bon Kalindo also gave Chizuma seven days to explain to Malawians as to why her office allowed the British National Crime Agency (NCA) to start probing arms deals Malawi purchased through Asian businessmen.

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