ACB director leaving bureau

The Director General of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), Lucas Kondowe, says he is leaving the bureau. His last working day is tomorrow, October 26 2017.Kondowe says he has decided not to renew his contract.

Lucas Kondowe :Is leaving the Anti-Corruption Bureau

He says he is leaving ACB a very happy man having served the people of Malawi and doing what he had set out to do at the ACB hence, need to pass the baton to others. He has not said anything on his next move but says he is leaving the public service.

“It’s been an amazing experience and honour to serve the people of Malawi. It’s a tough job but I believe I have done my best to ensure that ACB meets its institutional mandate. I thank the president Peter Mutharika for giving me this wonderful opportunity. I also thank Malawians, International Community and media for the support given to ACB.”

Kondowe was appointed as ACB director on October 8 2014. He once worked as First Merchant Bank’s (FMB) general manager for finance, planning and strategy.

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  1. Crooked to the bone. He’s leaving not a day too early. Billions of kwachas disappeared from govt coffers under his watch. Mxii!! Chindere chakufikapo.

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