The Agriculture Development and Marketing Corporation (Admarc) has assured Malawians that it has enough maize to reach the harvesting season.
Admarc Public Relations officer Agnes Ndovi told the local media that the maize will last longer if the distribution process is not marred by corrupt practices.
She however said the distribution process has gone well since January this year.
According to Ndovi, they have managed to distribute 50 bags of maize in Ndirande Township, 100 bags at Zingwangwa Township, and 75 bags of maize in Chilomoni Township.
She explained that Admarc has been sending maize to the townships every fortnight due to high demand.
The Admarc publicist however urged people to be responsible enough in the distribution process and to report all corrupt activities involving the organisation’s employees.
Admarc recently revealed that it has bought 55 metric tonnes of maize from neighboring Zambia.