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Country's Vice-President Arrested for Taking 34 Million In Exchange for Country's Tender

Corruption has been a major crisis that many nations have been experiencing in daily basis, this inevitable act is progressive where many countries have failed to find solution.

However, this act has been reported in Malawi where Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested the country’s Vice-President Saulos Klaus Chilima for allegedly receiving Sh34 million from British tycoon Zuneth Sattar in exchange of government tenders.

According to the source l,the Anti-Corruption Burea(ACB ) of Malawi says Chilima allegedly received the bribe between March 2021 and October 2021.ACB also claims that Sattar gave out the money (bribe) to the vice-president so that his companies, Xavier Limited and Malachitte FZE, could be awarded and secure the government tenders.

Xavier Limited and Malachitte FZE, a private limited company, said on its profile that it was involved in “support activities”.“Dr Chilima will be taken to court where he is expected to be charged as follows: three counts of corrupt practices by a public officer, two counts of receiving advantage for using influence in regard to contracts and one count of failing to make a full report to a police officer or an officer of the bureau that an advantage had been corruptly given,” Egrita Ndala, the spokesperson of Malawi’s Anti-Corruption Bureau said on Friday, 25/11/2022.

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ACB Anti-Corruption Anti-Corruption Burea( Anti-Corruption Bureau Xavier Limited


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