Malawi cabinet finally recommends to sell presidential jet

From Face of Malawi Mon Dec 24 2012, 09:41:13

Malawi's cabinet committee tasked to handle the fate of the controversial presidential jet has finally recommended selling the aircraft and not leasing it as initially proposed. Both Finance Minister Ken Lipenga and Presidential spokesperson Steve Nhlane confirmed of the decision saying the committee found it expensive to lease the aircraft. "The cabinet committee weighed the [...]

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