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Chingeni, Kalinyeke Tollgate Plazas Raised 1.2 Billion

Chingeni, Kalinyeke Tollgate Plazas Raised 1.2 Billion

National
The Road Funds Administration has disclosed that the Chingeni and Kalinyeke tollgate plazas have raised 1.2 Billion Kwacha in four months. Speaking to news update Masauko Ngwaluko Spokesperson for the Fund said this is an increase from the 700 Million Kwacha that was realized by February this year. Ngwaluko said the RFA has already advised the Malawi Roads Authority to start the process of rehabilitating the M1 road using the funds.
Pressure Is Mounting Police To Arrest Six Toll Collectors

Pressure Is Mounting Police To Arrest Six Toll Collectors

News
Pressure is mounting for the police to swiftly arrest six toll collectors implicated in the theft of millions of funds at Chingeni and Kalinyeke toll gates. Already the Roads Fund Administration – RFA has suspended the officers for allegedly manipulating the toll payment system by issuing unwarranted duplicate receipts to unsuspecting motorists. The incident has ignited public anger and frustration including formidable demands for tough action to be meted out on the culprits. Adding its voice to the calls, the leadership of the Concerned Citizens Timely Voice – CCTV declares that it would not hesitate to take to the streets should appropriate authorities fail to act on the suspects. CCTV executive director Bon Kalindo contends that continued theft of public funds will only be ...