Police in Zomba have charged ex-Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) director Gerald Chiunda and three others for allegedly failing to exercise due care in relation to the safety of national examination materials and that they failed to take reasonable steps for the security of national examination materials.

National spokesperson, James Kadadzera said the charges are in accordance with the MANEB Act.

He says once the charging process has been finished, they will appear in court for prosecution.

The other three that have also been arrested include Ishmael Faki, chief examination development officer, Joseph Chilombe, chief examination officer, and Owen Kutho, head of security.

The three are currently being held at Zomba Police Station.

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