Criminal gang kill 70 year-old woman in Mulanje

Police in Mulanje are currently hunting for unknown criminals who killed a 70-year-old woman, Ida Chikomoni in an act of robbery on Wednesday night.

The criminals also severely injured the deceased’s husband, Fred Masa, 74, currently receiving treatment at Mulanje district hospital.

Mulanje police Public Relations Officer, Gresham Ngwira said the wanted criminals went away with Lifo motorcycle and undisclosed amount of money.

”On Thursday morning one of the family workers was surprised that his boss wasn’t coming out to give him the day’s instructions,” said Ngwira.

Adding: ”He and some people went into the house to check only to find Ida Chikomoni dead with stabs on her body while the husband was also lying down with stabs in the head”.

Post-mortem done at Mulanje district hospital revealed that Chikomoni died due to intracranial haemorrhage.

Chikomoni came from Chitimbe village, T/A Mkanda in the district.

”Investigations are underway and we are calling upon all people of good will to help us with any information that will lead to the arrest of the criminals”.

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9 thoughts on “Criminal gang kill 70 year-old woman in Mulanje”

  1. DADA says:

    RIP agogo.

  2. Ku Bwengu Nkotalika says:

    Police hunting? Kkkkkkkkkk which police? The same full of armed robbers? We deserve ti be called Nyasalandians.

  3. kuchitekete says:

    After looking for urself for 70 plus years this is what you get? Something is wrong with this country. RIP gogo. I rest my case

  4. mulanje yayamba zachama sopano mpaka kumupha gogo?

  5. jailos says:

    Akapezeka aspire Ku court inu a police mwayi wanu ndi umenewu muwaphe amenewa mukawapeza.kusiyana ndikumapha anthu osalakwa ngati a Njaunju a ACB.

  6. redeemed says:

    So this is a new trend in Malawi. Last month in Blantyre an elderly couple was also viciously attacked in the middle of night, unfortunately they both died.
    I suggest its high time the community declare war on criminals else this will get out of hand. Remember when there were rumours of blood suckers, it took the community unity to put a stop to it. Government is not capable of dealing with this crisis.

  7. snelia says:

    Abale Malawi musamusandutse dziko la nkhondo.Anthu akulu akulu ngati amenewo chowaphera ndichiyani? Ngati mumafuna njingayo osangotenga bwanji.Tikufunirani kuchira mwachangu madala,amama mzimu wanu uuse mumtendere.

  8. Safari Wakumudzi says:

    Eish, too bad. However, it is imperative to critically look into pushing factors for the rise of criminal activities in the country. Surely, there must be fire for smoke’s appearance


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