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Buluma spits venom at Zamba and Indirectly claps back at Lazarus Chakwera

Former Nocma deputy chief executive officer Helen Buluma says working at the company comes with a lot of pressure as a lot of people with connections want to have deals to supply fuel or be brokers in such deals.

She mentioned a situation when the board chairperson Colleen Zamba, who is also Secretary to the President and Cabinet (SPC) gave her a list of suppliers to work with, but she only told the chairperson that she would look into the issue.

Buluma mentions a person only referred to as “Chief” who later called her to follow up on the agreement they had with Zamba.

She has told the committee that the Chief who used a Nigerian number to call her indeed  called and later sent an agreement by NOCMA, but which never came from NOCMA.

Helen Buluma dressed down SPC Zamba

According to Buluma, Chief told her to sign the agreement saying Zamba had ordered so.

But Buluma says, she told Zamba that they should not go on with the deal as it was Unprocedural and that it would get them into trouble.

When she refused to sign, Buluma says the Chief called and shouted at her, but she refused to deal with him saying she would only talk to Zamba who was her boss.

In the already drafted agreement, Buluma says there were terms to be signed and agreed to, but the terms were in no show on the agreement paper.

The former deputy CEO says when Nocma managed to get funds from Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (Badea) the SPC later on asked her,  

She adds a meeting at the treasury had some strange faces discussing fuel supply.

 What shocked me was the talk of how they were going to share profits.

“I asked Mr. Kachaje, {the MERA CEO} who was in the meeting to understand the profits sharing talk. He told me he did not understand it also despite being in the  meeting earlier before me,” says Buluma. Buluma continues to make more revelations before Public Appointments Committee regarding the pressure she had to endure while working at No

Clapping back at Lazarus Chakwera

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