Malawi ex-Addis deputy ambassador remains in custody: Investigation continue

Owen Khamula –Nyasa Times

Malawi Police say the former deputy ambassador to Addis Ababa embassy in Ethiopia, Doreen Kapanga remains in police custody in Lilongwe and she is yet to be charged.

Kapanga: Face fraud rap

Kapanga: Face fraud rap

Deputy national spokesperson for the police Tomeck Nyaude said on Wednesday the police will follow the 48 hour law to bring a suspect to the court of law.

“We are mindful of this law and we will bring her to the court or release her according to the law, we are a law abiding institution,” he said.

Kapanga still remains on full remand at Lilongwe Police Station.

She is alleged to have stolen the K300 million within a period of 12 months in collaboration with other members of staff including those from the accounts department.

At least three officials from the embassy have been interdicted on allegations that they were blocking officials from the National Audit Office.

The government has recalled High Commissioner from Zambia, David Bandawe and Ambassador from Japan, Reuben Ngwenya on allegations that they abused huge sums of tax payers money from their respective embassies.

The prosecuting agencies and the police are yet to arrest the two diplomats who are now back to Malawi.

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3 thoughts on “Malawi ex-Addis deputy ambassador remains in custody: Investigation continue”

  1. bob chiswe says:

    This woman is a pathological or serial thief who does not only abuse Government resources but staff wherever she works. She deserves such humiliation and must be given a tough sentence by the courts. Her property should be seized and auctioned

  2. kondwa says:

    Kuba basi

  3. Chandamale says:

    Nanga chonchi ena kuwamanga ena akumwa madzi a m’botolo. Za ziiii useless

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