By Vyalema Kaluluma Phiri
30 cases under the Affordable Input Program are on the radar of the Anti-Corruption Bureau which has since instituted investigations.
The body’s director general Martha Chizuma made the remarks on Tuesday in Mzuzu city during a press briefing ahead of this year's International Anti-Corruption Day to be held on Thursday.
Chizuma has told Timveni Online that she certified the cases on Monday this week and promised shift prosecution.
She disclosed that demand for kickbacks in excess of MWK10, 000 for farmers to access inputs is among cases under investigation.
Meanwhile, Chizuma has given mixed reaction on the progress made so far in the fight against corruption in the country.
She fears that the country risks being off course in its development aspirations including the much touted Malawi 2063 agenda unless the trend is reversed.