Newly appointed board members of parastatal organizations have been challenged to exercise professional conduct in their execution of duties.
On Wednesday, President Lazarus Chakwera announced names of individuals to seat on 67 boards of parastatal organizations in the country.
Reacting to the announcement, John Kapito outspoken consumer rights activist who heads the Consumer Association of Malawi challenged the newly appointed board members to exercise utmost professionalism when discharging their duties.
According to Kapito most parastatal organizations have failed to deliver because of political interference hence urging the new Board members to refrain from interfering in partisan politics.
Concurring with Kapito, Chairperson for Centre for Development and Economic Initiative (CDEDI) Sylvester Namiwa has challenged the appointees to serve Malawians diligently, and at the same time they should respect the existing laws and regulations governing specific institutions they have been assigned to serve.
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