The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is yet to discard six cashgate buses which are stationed at Police headquarters in the capital city Lilongwe.
The Marcoporo buses are valued at K520 million and their procurement was facilitated by former chief tourism officer in the ministry of tourism, Leonard Kalonga.
Last year, the court convicted Kalonga on his own plea of guilty for stealing K3.7 billion ($6.3 million).
After the conviction, ACB deputy director general Reyneck Matemba said they plan to dispose the six 65-seater buses.
“With respect to the buses, we know that something must be done, they have been with Malawi all along now we think the office of the Director of Public Prosecution can help to shed more light on the process,” said Matemba.
He further said ACB will also involve the ministry of justice to insure transparency.
However, the state is yet to remove a restriction notice on the sale of the buses.
This means that the condition of the buses will continue deteriorating and they will be sold at a low price.