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Corruption News
Four Instructors at Mbandira Community Technical College in Nkhotakota have been arrested by the Anti-Corruption Bureau ( ACB) over corruption allegation. ACB's Principal Public Relations Officer Egrita M. Ndala has confirmed of the development and identified the four as Mike Maseya, Jomo Chifomboti, Alinafe Wane and Edson Kaudzu. This follows a complaint recieved by ACB on ,1st March, 2021 alleging that the Technical College procured learning materials worth K3,500,000 instead of K10,000,000.00. "The ACB conducted investigations which established that Mike Maseya, Jomo Chifomboti, Alinafe Wane and Edson Kaudzu both instructors at the college procured learning materials worth K3,500,000 and shared K6,500,000 among themselves," Ndala said in a statement. Maseya, Chifomboti ...