Mamlaka nchini Malawi zinachunguza gharama za Ujenzi wa daraja la kiwango cha kawaida kugharimu USD 600,000

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Kitengo cha Kuzuia Rushwa nchini Malawi kinafanya Uchunguzi kubaini imekuwaje ujenzj wa daraja uliofanyika wakati wa Rais Peter Muthalika katika Mji wa Blantyre mnamo Aprili 2020 kugharimu USD 600,000

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The Malawi Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating how a substandard bridge constructed in April in the commercial city of Blantyre cost the taxpayer close to half a billion Kwacha.


Whistle-blower and Journalist Idriss Ali Nassah revealed in a tweet that the cost of the bridge has led to the investigations.


“The Anti-Corruption Bureau in Malawi is investigating how this bridge, constructed by the government of ousted President Peter Mutharika in the city of Blantyre in April 2020, came to cost us$600,000. yes, six hundred thousand American dollars,” he tweeted.

Commenters on Nassah’s tweet also wondered how such an amount of money was used for the bridge.

“Maybe they imported everything from cement, sand, concrete pebbles and water,” wrote one of the commenters.

Mutharika, under whose administration the bridge was built, ruled Malawi from 2014 to June this year when he was ousted by Lazarus Chakwera in the 2020 presidential elections.

Since Mutharika lost the presidency, there have been reports of corrupt acts masterminded by people who were close to Mutharika, including former ministers and aides.

In July, the Chakwera administration suspended contracts awarded during the Mutharika administration to pave way for an audit.
 
Kitengo cha Kuzuia Rushwa nchini Malawi kinafanya Uchunguzi kubaini imekuwaje ujenzj wa daraja uliofanyika wakati wa Rais Peter Muthalika katika Mji wa Blantyre mnamo Aprili 2020 kugharimu USD 600,000


The Malawi Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating how a substandard bridge constructed in April in the commercial city of Blantyre cost the taxpayer close to half a billion Kwacha.


Whistle-blower and Journalist Idriss Ali Nassah revealed in a tweet that the cost of the bridge has led to the investigations.


“The Anti-Corruption Bureau in Malawi is investigating how this bridge, constructed by the government of ousted President Peter Mutharika in the city of Blantyre in April 2020, came to cost us$600,000. yes, six hundred thousand American dollars,” he tweeted.

Commenters on Nassah’s tweet also wondered how such an amount of money was used for the bridge.

“Maybe they imported everything from cement, sand, concrete pebbles and water,” wrote one of the commenters.

Mutharika, under whose administration the bridge was built, ruled Malawi from 2014 to June this year when he was ousted by Lazarus Chakwera in the 2020 presidential elections.

Since Mutharika lost the presidency, there have been reports of corrupt acts masterminded by people who were close to Mutharika, including former ministers and aides.

In July, the Chakwera administration suspended contracts awarded during the Mutharika administration to pave way for an audit.
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Africa kuna ka laana fulani hivi
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Hapo pia tukawasingizie wakooni na mabeberu, yani viongozi wetu weusi wanapiga ela halafu wanatuaminisha hatuendelei kwasababu ya tulitawaliwa na wakoloni WTF
 
Sio ajabu ukakuta hata bado wanadaiwa maana mahesabu yatakuwa hivi.

Jiwe moja lilinunuliwa shilingi milioni 10 na mawe yaliyo tumika hapo ni zaidi ya lori 6

Mchanga ulipimwa kwa kilo, na kila kilo ilikua inauzwa shilingi milioni moja na lori zilizo tumika ni lori 10.

Mafundi wa ujenzi walikuwa wanalipwa kwa sekunde moja shilingi elfu kumi na mafundi walikuwa 100 na walijenga kwa miezi tisa.

Hapo bado mahitaji mengine hivyo serikali inatakiwa iongeze pesa ili tumalizie kulipa deni la daraja tunalo daiwa. This is Africa

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Kitengo cha Kuzuia Rushwa nchini Malawi kinafanya Uchunguzi kubaini imekuwaje ujenzj wa daraja uliofanyika wakati wa Rais Peter Muthalika katika Mji wa Blantyre mnamo Aprili 2020 kugharimu USD 600,000


The Malawi Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating how a substandard bridge constructed in April in the commercial city of Blantyre cost the taxpayer close to half a billion Kwacha.


Whistle-blower and Journalist Idriss Ali Nassah revealed in a tweet that the cost of the bridge has led to the investigations.


“The Anti-Corruption Bureau in Malawi is investigating how this bridge, constructed by the government of ousted President Peter Mutharika in the city of Blantyre in April 2020, came to cost us$600,000. yes, six hundred thousand American dollars,” he tweeted.

Commenters on Nassah’s tweet also wondered how such an amount of money was used for the bridge.

“Maybe they imported everything from cement, sand, concrete pebbles and water,” wrote one of the commenters.

Mutharika, under whose administration the bridge was built, ruled Malawi from 2014 to June this year when he was ousted by Lazarus Chakwera in the 2020 presidential elections.

Since Mutharika lost the presidency, there have been reports of corrupt acts masterminded by people who were close to Mutharika, including former ministers and aides.

In July, the Chakwera administration suspended contracts awarded during the Mutharika administration to pave way for an audit.
Mtu kama huyo bila kuwa na tume huru na nguvu ya uma angetoka kwa sanduku la kura kweli-
 
Kitengo cha Kuzuia Rushwa nchini Malawi kinafanya Uchunguzi kubaini imekuwaje ujenzj wa daraja uliofanyika wakati wa Rais Peter Muthalika katika Mji wa Blantyre mnamo Aprili 2020 kugharimu USD 600,000


The Malawi Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating how a substandard bridge constructed in April in the commercial city of Blantyre cost the taxpayer close to half a billion Kwacha.


Whistle-blower and Journalist Idriss Ali Nassah revealed in a tweet that the cost of the bridge has led to the investigations.


“The Anti-Corruption Bureau in Malawi is investigating how this bridge, constructed by the government of ousted President Peter Mutharika in the city of Blantyre in April 2020, came to cost us$600,000. yes, six hundred thousand American dollars,” he tweeted.

Commenters on Nassah’s tweet also wondered how such an amount of money was used for the bridge.

“Maybe they imported everything from cement, sand, concrete pebbles and water,” wrote one of the commenters.

Mutharika, under whose administration the bridge was built, ruled Malawi from 2014 to June this year when he was ousted by Lazarus Chakwera in the 2020 presidential elections.

Since Mutharika lost the presidency, there have been reports of corrupt acts masterminded by people who were close to Mutharika, including former ministers and aides.

In July, the Chakwera administration suspended contracts awarded during the Mutharika administration to pave way for an audit.
Mwandishi wa kiswahili nadhani amekosea kunukuu figure.... sidhani kama alimaanisha Tsh. TRILIONI MOJA.... MAANA SIO TRILIONI MOJA KIUHALISIA.
 
Safi sana maana huko kwny miradi ya ujenzi ndipo jamaa wanapia pess.

Nice move.
 
Kitengo cha Kuzuia Rushwa nchini Malawi kinafanya Uchunguzi kubaini imekuwaje ujenzj wa daraja uliofanyika wakati wa Rais Peter Muthalika katika Mji wa Blantyre mnamo Aprili 2020 kugharimu USD 600,000


The Malawi Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating how a substandard bridge constructed in April in the commercial city of Blantyre cost the taxpayer close to half a billion Kwacha.


Whistle-blower and Journalist Idriss Ali Nassah revealed in a tweet that the cost of the bridge has led to the investigations.


“The Anti-Corruption Bureau in Malawi is investigating how this bridge, constructed by the government of ousted President Peter Mutharika in the city of Blantyre in April 2020, came to cost us$600,000. yes, six hundred thousand American dollars,” he tweeted.

Commenters on Nassah’s tweet also wondered how such an amount of money was used for the bridge.

“Maybe they imported everything from cement, sand, concrete pebbles and water,” wrote one of the commenters.

Mutharika, under whose administration the bridge was built, ruled Malawi from 2014 to June this year when he was ousted by Lazarus Chakwera in the 2020 presidential elections.

Since Mutharika lost the presidency, there have been reports of corrupt acts masterminded by people who were close to Mutharika, including former ministers and aides.

In July, the Chakwera administration suspended contracts awarded during the Mutharika administration to pave way for an audit.
Hili si daraja ni karafati
 
Kitengo cha Kuzuia Rushwa nchini Malawi kinafanya Uchunguzi kubaini imekuwaje ujenzj wa daraja uliofanyika wakati wa Rais Peter Muthalika katika Mji wa Blantyre mnamo Aprili 2020 kugharimu USD 600,000


The Malawi Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is investigating how a substandard bridge constructed in April in the commercial city of Blantyre cost the taxpayer close to half a billion Kwacha.


Whistle-blower and Journalist Idriss Ali Nassah revealed in a tweet that the cost of the bridge has led to the investigations.


“The Anti-Corruption Bureau in Malawi is investigating how this bridge, constructed by the government of ousted President Peter Mutharika in the city of Blantyre in April 2020, came to cost us$600,000. yes, six hundred thousand American dollars,” he tweeted.

Commenters on Nassah’s tweet also wondered how such an amount of money was used for the bridge.

“Maybe they imported everything from cement, sand, concrete pebbles and water,” wrote one of the commenters.

Mutharika, under whose administration the bridge was built, ruled Malawi from 2014 to June this year when he was ousted by Lazarus Chakwera in the 2020 presidential elections.

Since Mutharika lost the presidency, there have been reports of corrupt acts masterminded by people who were close to Mutharika, including former ministers and aides.

In July, the Chakwera administration suspended contracts awarded during the Mutharika administration to pave way for an audit.
Ilo daraja bhana hahahahaha la madini gani usikute zege la gold limelala apo
 
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