Food suppliers demand payment from Malawi Defence Force

From Face of Malawi Thu Jan 10 2013, 04:39:30

Malawi Defence Force says it has no problems with disgruntled food suppliers wishing to stage demonstrations against MDF's failure to pay their dues as long as the suppliers conduct their demonstrations away from all precincts designated as security areas by the laws of Malawi. MDF spokesperson Lt. Col. Frank Kakhuta Banda said in an interview [...]

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