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Cedrick Ngalande doubts public berating of officials by Chilima as being effective other than bringing notoriety to himself

Saulos Chilima berating officials

If you have just landed from Mars you might not be familiar with the antics of twice elected Vice President Saulos Chilima, half of the Tonse Alliance who fancies himself as a co-president, even though his role has been relegated to berating unfortunate public officials who run organizations under his  purview.

The latest to encounter such public thrashing were the Malawi Institute of Management (MIM) officials, who Chilima berated as being un-prepared and not worthy gracing his presence.

In brief statement made available to The Maravi Post, Chilima observes that MIM’s presentation was the most uninspiring portrait of an organization since he resumed working on public sector reforms.

In response Cedrick Ngalande who supporters see as a potential leader in the DPP writes:

When I first read the tweet by Saulos Klaus Chilima (and retweeted by MG account), I really thought it was fake.  The tweet is a total display of failed leadership by Vice President Saulos Chilima.  It was unnecessary. Public berating of junior officials has,  time and again,  been shown to be ineffective and counterproductive.

The tweet, which was a long uncoordinated rant, did not even clearly specify why the organization in question deserved to be singled out for  such a public scorning. No real specifics were given. Assuming politics is not involved here, one has to question Saulos Chilima’s judgement and mental capability to hold the office he does.

And if the Executive Director for MIM is as bad as s/he was portrayed to be in the tweet, whose  ultimate responsibility is that?  Why is s/he still there?

Cedrick Ngalande
Cedrick Ngalande
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  1. Cedrick being a Lhomwe he can takeover the Lhomwe party in DPP. I am sure that as a Lhomwe he is qualified.

  2. Cedrick Ngalande who? These are under-qualified cadets whose only qualification was their support for a regime which lacked mandate from the citizens and resorted to putting unqualified individuals in various positions with a single aim of milking public money. I fully support the work Chilima is doing.

  3. Yes it is counter Productive. It is easy to berate people instead of giving constructive ideas on how they can improve

  4. Actually, as a reputable previous CEO, Chilima should be aware of the ways how to go about managing matters as stated. Demeaning your civil service translates that you too have a problem. Instead of simply explaining what you expect of them, you desist from washing dirty linen in public. As is usually said, “A fish starts rotting from the HEAD” – in this case Chilima (Government) is the Head. Such type of leadership is unheard of in modern times, and one could possibly behave in that manner if it is a personal company. Management is easy and flows smoothly if you follow normal logic, but if you apply ‘Language Management’ qualifications, hiccups of such a nature occurs.

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