Malawian President dissolves cabinet on corruption row

Summary by Ground News
Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera dissolved his entire cabinet late on Monday. The moves comes as three of his now-former ministers face charges. The former minister of Lands, Kezzie Msukwa, was arrested in a bribery case. The Labour minister, Ken Kandodo, had been accused of diverting Covid funds. All have denied the allegations.
4 months ago·Malawi

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Reuters

Malawian President dissolves cabinet on corruption row

Malawi's President Lazarus Chakwera has dissolved the country's entire cabinet on charges of corruption against three serving ministers, he said in an address to the nation late on Monday.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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allAfrica

Malawi's President Fires Cabinet Over Corruption Charges

Lazarus Chakwera dissolved his Cabinet due to graft charges against three ministers. The president is facing a revolt over perceived inaction on corruption within the government.

4 months ago·South Africa
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Anadolu Ajansı

Malawian president dissolves Cabinet over corruption scandal

Lazarus Chakwera, under pressure from civil society and clergy to sack Kezzie Msukwa, says he made decision getting official report - Anadolu Agency

4 months ago·Turkey
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Business Live

Malawi leader fires entire cabinet amid corruption row

Lazarus Chakwera dissolves cabinet after labour, lands and energy ministers accused of graft

4 months ago·Johannesburg, South Africa
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Africa News

Malawi's president Chakwera sacks entire cabinet

In a televised address Lazarus Chakwera announced all the functions of the cabinet reverted to him until a new one is appointed. Since he was elected in June 2020, Chakwera's presidential tenure has been tainted by corruption accusations.

4 months ago·Pointe- Noire, Congo
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China Daily

Malawian president dissolves cabinet, warning anti-graft chief of misconduct

4 months ago·China
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