NICO Holdings powers ACB meet


NICO Holdings powers ACB meet

NICO Holdings Limited has donated K4.5 Million to the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) towards the seventh annual general meeting and conference for Commonwealth Heads of Anti-Corruption Agencies which starts today up until June 2 at Sunbird Nkopola in Mangochi.

Speaking during the handover of the cheque on Friday in Blantyre, NICO Holdings managing director Vizenge Kumwenda said they believe in a fraud free business environment.

He said: “This is an important event to support because corruption is a big problem in Malawi as it has been acknowledged even at the highest level of leadership. We thought we need to join the leadership to fight against corruption.”

He added that NICO Group has fraud and corruption policies aimed not to allow taking place its subsidiary companies. ACB director general Lucas Kondowe said the conference will be another way of selling Malawi to potential tourists.

The donation has been channeled to assist to meet costs associated with publicity. This year’s meet will be held under the theme Coordination National Anti-Corruption Action in Commonwealth Africa where delegates from Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho and Cameroon are expected to attend.