ID registration officers’ earnings under review


The National Registration Bureau (NRB) is reviewing remuneration for the 4,500 registration officers and supervisors on the ground, Malawi24 has learnt.

The bureau is revising the wages in consultation with its partner United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

According to a statement issued by National Registration and Mass Identification System spokesperson Wisdom Chimgwede, all involved parties are committed to ensuring that the basic needs required by personnel to discharge their duties are fully addressed in line with the available resources.

The stakeholders have also expressed satisfaction with how the officers are performing their duties.

“All stakeholders greatly value the dedication and hardwork by all registration personnel and hope that this level of performance will be sustained until the end of the National ID Mass Registration campaign, for the benefit of people of Malawi,” reads the statement.

The registration officers receive K120,000 per phase while their supervisors get K150,000.

Currently, the national registration process is taking place in central region of the country.

The districts where the process has been completed include Nkhotakota, Kasungu, Mchinji and Ntchisi.

According to National Registration Bureau, over 1 million Malawian citizens have been registered so far.



  1. can you also pliz review police allowances. 80000 its realy small money

  2. Kwa ife omwe tili kutalife zitithela bwanji sitizagwidwa dipoti dziko lakhala lathu? Ndikaona expiry date ya passport yanga ikut 2028 kaye tizaziona chake chake chakecho
    Coz ine nde ndikudikila expiry date pobwelera ku mudzi

  3. No need to increase the money, bima lilibe Dora and u must understand just like some of us that work permanently in government. We understand.

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