The Malawi Government through Minister of Information Kondwani Nankhumwa on Thursday released the much awaited Baker Tilly report containing names of the people who took part in the plundering of public funds at Capitol Hill dubbed Cashgate.
According to the report, about 49 people are among the people implicated.
Former commander Henry Odillo and his deputy Clement Kafuwa have been implicated as they were signatories several cheques, K3 billion to International Procurement Services (IPS) owned by chief cashgate suspect Oswald Lutepo.
They were also signatories to a K1.5 billion cheques to South Africa based Thuso Group owned by Alexander Banda and Nelson Kauwa.
The auditors have however identified nine people who are linked to companies involved in cashgate, among them son to the former president, Roy Kachale.
Meanwhile Kachali has not been directly mention to have a hand in the rooting of the funds but just to have an affair with the suspect Laura Savala.
According to the report, a total of 104 government of Malawi cheques, totalling K 6.9 billion were paid to 39 different companies when they had not supplied any services to government the majority of which were deleted from the system.
Since the issue came to light in September last year following the shooting of former Budget Director Paul Mphwiyo,only one case involving former Principle Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism Tressa Namathanga Senzani has been concluded.