MZUZU-(MaraviPost)-CCAP Synod of Livingstonia has attacked the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) for its failure to name and shame the people who were reported to it for allegedly attempting to bribe the judges who are yet to determine the presidential election case.
Speaking in an interview yesterday, the Synod’s General Secretary, Reverend Levi Nyondo, said ACB is treating this sticky issue with kid’s gloves, a conduct which is very unsound to Malawians.
“As a Synod, we are not comfortable with ACB because what Malawians are waiting is to reveal the names and tell us how much was supposed to be given. So, we saw and heard what he said but we are not satisfied and we are still pushing so that as Anti Corruption Bureau, the organisation we respect, if they want to get a distinction, they should apply what we are demanding,” said the man of collar.
While concurring with Reverend Nyondo, Moderator of the Synod, Reverend Douglas Chipofya, said Malawi is at a boiling point which only God will cool.
“The idea that there are some people who wanted to bribe the judges reveals to us that there is much pressure relating to injustice that is trying to take over but we are praying to God to give us a signal that some peole want to distort justice; a thing we are against,” Reverend Chipofya said.
Earlier this week, the Chief Justice, Andrew Nyirenda, reported to ACB that there are some people who attempted to bribe the judges who are about to determine the high profile presidential election case in their favour.
But during a press conference by ACB held on Tuesday in Lilongwe, the Director General of the institution, Reyneck Matemba, did not take the cat out of the bag.