Just in: Uladi hands himself to ACB


Opposition Peoples Party (PP) acting President Uladi Mussa has handed himself over in the hands of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) in the wake of reports there is a standing warrant of arrest issued against him in the scandal that involves issuance of citizenships to illegal immigrants.

Mussa was accompanied by party faithfuls and his family members.

Lawyer Paul Maulidi is representing Mussa in the case.

Uladi Mussa

Uladi Mussa: Hands himself to ACB.

Reports say the Salima South parliamentarian has since admitted to have issued the citizenships said he did that because he held the post of Foreign Affairs Minister.

He granted citizenship to illegal immigrants from Burundi, Rwanda and other war prone countries when he served as Minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security some years ago – in a series of instances that saw him obtaining millions of money.

According to reports, information that the law enforcers are gathering now indicates that the Salima South Member of Parliament made use of his post to to grant the citizenship to the foreigners who did not stand it to be granted a Malawian citizenship.

Recently, ACB arrested chief Immigration Officer Hudson Mankhwala over the same matter.

The case also involves former chief citizenship officer David Kwanjana.

Meanwhile, Mankhwala has been granted bail on conditions of reporting to the ACB every fortnight.

The incidents took place from November 2012 to until the PP lost the elections 2014.



  1. Izi sizandale,am MCP supporter koma izizi amangidwe ndikuyimbidwa mulandu.anthu tikudandaula kuti ma foreigner akupezeka ndi ma passport,anthu ake akupangitsa ndi akuluakulu ngati amenewa.no mercy on this issue.