“WE HAVE GIVEN YOUR GOVERMENT A FULL AUDIT REPORT WHAT HAPPENS TO IT IS NOT OUR RESPONSIBILITY.” PRICEWATERHOUSE COOPERS, 92 BILLION AUDITORS

By Agnes Chautaaliko 19/6/15
Pricewaterhouse Coopers an audit firm that was contracted to unmask the identities of who took part in the theft of 92 Billion Kwacha have said the report was submitted to Auditor General’s office and what will happen to the report will not be the company’s responsibility.

Pricewaterhouse coopers confirms the Auditor General and Finance Minister Goodall Gondwe are sitting on the audit report that reveals Peter Mutharika transferred 25 billion kwacha to Asian nations as part of the corruption syndicate.
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“We can confirm we have given them the report almost two weeks ago but but it is not our job to release the contents to you except to Germany who funded the report and the auditor General who entered into a contract with Pricewaterhouse Coopers.” Said the Senior Auditor
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Our Banthu Times reporter pressed the auditor to explain why the company cannot go itself and release the report, the auditor said, ” it is up to government to make this report public because we were not contracted to publish the report but to conduct an audit.”

State House source have revealed Goodall Gondwe and others have sat on the report to wait until the parliamentary season is over to save the fate of corrupt president Peter Mutharika who made five trios to Asian nations money laundering and transferring billions of kwachas for personal gain.
Leaked information from the Pricewaterhouse Coopers, which was sanctioned by the Germany government, have showed that the regime was externalizing K20 million everyday through various ministries authorised by Bingu wa Mutharika and or either Peter Mutharika.

Page 15 of the report shows that as Presidential Adviser and Education Minister, Mutharika was one of the people who dubiously used their foreign accounts to externalize the money.

Further information reveal Mutharika made five trips to Singapore, Hong kong and Panama to launder the K25 billion.