As speculations continue to grow over the bad blood between President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika and his Vice Dr. Saulos Chilima, information reaching FaceofMalawi indicates that Chilima and his team have been relieved of their duties of running the Public Service Reform Commission (PSRC) functions.

The development comes barely days after Chilima publicly urged Catholics and Malawians in general to praising their leaders for their nonsense statements.

“In 2017 as Catholics let’s stop clapping hands on stupid things because Malawi is going down the drain,” said Chilima.

According to information sourced by this publication, PSRC functions have reverted to the Office of President and Cabinet (OPC).

Minister of Information and Communications Technology Nicholas Dausi has confirmed of the development in an interview with the press.

“Public Service Reform Commission had a life span of one year and now it has expired,”said.

According to Dausi, activities of reforms will now be under the Chief Secretary to government, Lloyd Muhara.

Effort to talk to Chilima’s spokesperson Palirani Phiri proved futile.

President Peter Mutharika launched the new public reforms programme on February 11 2015 and appointed Chilima to head the reform commission.

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