Lilongwe - Malawian President Peter Mutharika is reportedly "fuming" over fraud allegations at the country's embassy in Ethiopia, reports Nyasa Times.
This comes amid reports that Mutharika's government had recalled its envoys from Kenya, Zambia and Japan, while relocating others.
According to a previous News24 report, two officials from the Malawi's embassy in Ethiopia were recalled after it was alleged that they defrauded government of over $30 000.
The report revealed that the two suspended officials were the deputy ambassador, Doren Kapanga, and the first secretary of administration, Fletcher Chowe.
Mutharika has since called for a thorough investigation into the alleged corruption.
- News 24