President of the Republic of Malawi Lazarus Chekwara has sparked reactions online by ordering the arrest of public officials involved in the loss of United States $7million Covid-19 fund, action that has illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
From the post of advocate Donald B. Kipkorir on his Twitter page, he confirms the action taken by Malawi's President concerning the loss of Covid-19 fund. He also added that Minister for Labour Ken Kadondo has also been fired for using 613,000Kwacha(Ksh 83,000) for traveling abroad.
Below are the comments from Netizens concerning his tweet.
"who is also a Church Minister has invited the wrath of God on COVID-19 thieves! Malawi will be surprised that in Kenya, we can’t arrest anyone for stealing public money. And surely, not for Kshs. 84,000/=. And especially those born into a President’s family like Kadondo." A comment read.
"Unfortunately 💀😂 i don't think our country has that provision the president can only direct for investigations to be done and not arrest." A comment read.
"😂🚮Huku we depend on senate na auditor general who unfortunately are not 100% upto the task 👀." A comment read.
"@DonaldBKipkorir ... You want the president Kenyatta to do that .. ... arresting all public official who were involved in loss covld19 funds .... In my view Idont think if the president will do this in our country Kenya ... Very rare 😓😓😓😓😓😓." A comment read.
"Even Somalis swiftly prosecuted and jailed Covid donations thiefs and asked for restitutions in return for redux in years behind bars. Meanwhile this banana republic? Nothing happened because the the lords corruption work in cahoots with the ruling centrist mafia." A comment read.
"If and only if our politicians were similarly accountable for funds and lives of Kenyans in their hands. As we speak most hospitals don’t have vaccines again." A comment read.
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