Balaka police recovers two dead body from a river

As rains continue to cause havoc in the country, Police at Ulongwe in Balaka district have recovered two dead bodies which were found floating in the river Mkasi in the district.

Balaka police spokesperson Sub Inspector Joseph Sauka says the incident happened Thursday afternoon when a group of people went searching for a 50 year old man Medson Geoffrey who went missing on 13th January, 2015 and was believed to have been drowned in river Mkasi.

“After recovering the body of Medson Geoffrey the group also discovered a body of unknown African woman in her early 30s floating in the same river and is believed to have been drowned from the upland,” said Sauka.

Postmortem conducted at Kalembo Health Centre revealed that death was caused due to suffocation.

Sauka says the deceased Medison Geoffrey was a mental patient and was coming from Namungumi village, in the area of Traditional Authority Kalembo in the same district while the other body of the female person has not yet been identified.

Meanwhile, Police in the district is appealing to the general public to vacate from the areas where they are likely to be affected by the floods and is also appealing to teachers not to allow pupils to start off to their respective homes while it’s raining to avoid drowning cases.

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13 thoughts on “Balaka police recovers two dead body from a river”

  1. Makani sakuthandizani mungokhalira Kutukwana athu ,amenewo asamukile kumitunda asadikile kuti chachikulu chichitike

  2. Maximus Decimus Meridius says:

    MTSRIP. Interesting writing from the writer.
    basic English – One “Body”; Two “Bodies”.
    You have referred to the deceased woman as being of African descent. Was Mr Medson Godfrey not of African descent?

  3. Tukwete says:

    Sorry my kinsmen this is the river where i learned how to swim in my chidhood days crossing from m’bawa to namalomba for pleasure…MHRIP

  4. Masoapatali says:

    What I meant was a call for center to take on pipo in this time of emergency. osangoti chokani

  5. Yakwiya Ndimizimu,uchimo Wachuluka Padziko

  6. Sagwa says:

    Police yopoyira

  7. Katswiri left wing'a says:

    I think masoapatali ndiwe kape kwambiri. Unakula ndi moyo odalira. Chilichonse basi Boma litipangire? Tonkha sitingangoona kuti malo ndiliwa siabwino ofunika ndisamuke? Anthu opusa ngati inu ndiamene mukupangitsa kuti Malawi asatukuke. Chilichonse atipangire, iweyo ukutani

  8. pichi says:

    Che Masoapatali mudziyakhula ngati wanzeru. You mean boma should live your life. People have to move thats a must dont wait for the government. Moyowo ndiwandani kodi?

    1. DPP says:

      Aziyankhula ngati wa mzeru mukumuziwa inuyo. Mwina mzeru alibe

  9. Masoapatali says:

    The police appealing to people to vacate ndiye anthuwa apita kuti. The government should establish centers to accommodate such pipo. It is not easy and cheap to relocate just like that. they need shelter.

    1. kanchenga says:

      And you think death is the best option. Foolish man

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