Goodall Gondwe not in cabinet for his own interests

From Face of Malawi Sat Dec 15 2012, 03:16:20

Newly appointed Malawi Economic Development Minister Goodal Gondwe says he has not joined the cabinet to seek protection on his alleged corrupt practices in the former Mutharika administration. Gondwe was accused of corruptly awarding contracts to foreign suppliers in the 2005 fertilizer subsidy programme. "No, that is not the issue. There is no protection to [...]

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