Malawi Drops Charges Against Anti Corruption Chief

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Malawi has dropped criminal charges against the head of the anti-corruption agency, Martha Chizuma.

The Director of Public Prosecutions, Masauko Chamkakala, said the cases were discontinued following a review and consultation with the attorney general.

Chizuma was facing charges of criminal defamation over a leaked audio in which she allegedly made remarks suggesting that a number of senior government officials and some judicial officers were hindering the fight against corruption.

The alleged defamatory remarks are contained in a secretly recorded private conversation that Chizuma had with a person not employed by her office.

Written by: Helen Obih

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