Elia Bodole  ACB Acting Director  General  and NICE Executive Director Ollen Mwalubunju putting pen to paper on  during the  MOU signing ceremony


In a bid to increase awareness on corruption the Anti-Corruption Bureau has reviewed its partnership with NICE in order to strengthen their working relationship. The two organizations reviewed their memorandum of understanding with the aim of increasing awareness to all Malawians.

Speaking during the MOU signing ceremony, NICE’s Executive Director Ollen Mwalubunju said the two organizations will collaborate in awareness mobilisation to report corrupt practices

“We have come together because of our cooperative advantage in promoting good governance is  in line of respective mandates.” He said.

It is in our mandate to promote good governance as this MOU will promote joint information sharing on corruption preventions and detection in communities

In his remarks Mwalubunju said that it the partnership will give a chance to change mindset, attitudes, behaviour and integrity as it will also help to fight corruption which is rampant in the country.

Among other things NICE will use its awareness mobilisation strategies to reach out to all Malawians as it has been doing in other campaigns  and these include use of radio drama,  jingle and programmes, use of its governance platforms and many more.