Kaphale Stops MEC vehicles’ Sale Over K90 Million Toxic Debts

The Attorney General (AG) Kalekeni Kaphale SC has cancelled decision by Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to allow vehicles  that were confiscated from the institution over unpaid debts, to be sold.

Six vehicles which were impounded from MEC over a unpaid debts amounting to K90 million were put on auction sale.

Stopped the sale- Kaphale SC

Stopped the sale- Kaphale SC

Judiciary spokesperson Mlenga Mvula  said MEC officials hired a private company to help in the marketing of the six vehicles last week.

However Kaphale has stopped the decision, arguing that the issue should involve the ministry of finance who have the muscle to pay back the debts.

Kaphale also said that the vehicles play a vital role in the voting process for this country hence government needs to protect ownership of the vehicles.

The vehicles were donated by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for the 2014 tripartite
elections.

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