This comes barely a day after Usi was declared Parliamentary candidate for UTM in Mulanje Central Constituency.
Jabulani Lacha has served different positions at ADRA Malawi in the past sixteen years.
He was recently in Uganda on secondment and has spent only five months before he was called back home to take over his current post.
“We are very happy that he is back with the team and hope that his vast experience and knowledge will be an asset to the day to day running of ADRA Malawi,” reads a brief statement from ADRA.
On his part, Lacha said: “We shall be changing one life at a time in a descent and orderly manner.”
Meawhile, ADRA Malawi has also appointed Mrs. Andiesa Mhango as its new Programs Director.
ADRA Malawi operates across three cross-cutting sectors of food security, nutrition, and economic empowerment.