Business Conglomerate Mulli Brothers Holdings Limited has today conducted prayers to begin the year 2023 with hope of a change in its financial fortunes.
This comes after the company says it has experienced a tumoultous 2022 in it’s business dealings especially through government contracts.
Speaking at prayers held in Mzuzu, Branch Manager Patrick Nankhonya says for instance the company is being owed about 1 billion Kwacha in unpaid government contracts which has greatly affected it’s operations.
This he says has left some of it’s employees going unpaid for months in the past year.
“We have organized these prayers seeking God’s intervention so that maybe government can pay us our outstanding contractual bills. We do not know what is delaying the payments, we can sense political interference but this is affecting innocent employees of MBL Holdings,” Nankhonya said.
Leading the prayers was CCAP Livingstonia Synod Director of Youth Reverend Lasson Kamanga who called the employees of the company to put faith in God who will fight their battles and end their finincial troubles in 2023.
MBL Holdings has been holding these prayers across all the regions under the theme “Moving in Faith By the Help of God.”