Malawi Police arrest ‘gangster’ at Wenera depot

Police in Blantyre have this week arrested a young but terrorizing man at Wenera bus depot before pouncing his four other men who were buying things the 25 year old man was stealing from buses at Wenera, which is the main countrywide bus depot in the commercial capital.

Blantyre Police Assistant Public Relations Officer Andrew Mayayo has said that Limbani Chafera aged 25 was arrested after he had stolen a laptop in a bus at the Wenera bus depot which is just a stone throw from Blantyre Police Station on Tuesday.

Chafera who has been charged with a theft case was found with seven laptops and 50 rounds of ammunition at his house.

The ammunition is said to have been stolen in March last year from a security officer of Speedy Food Industries in a bus right at the Wenera bus depot as he was travelling to Lilongwe.

Nyasa Times understands that the accused was posing as a passenger at the Wenera bus depot but was disembarking from the bus after stealing some property mostly laptops.

The police have since arrested Eric Namanja, Frank Sinoya, Stain Dodoma and Henry Kanyongolo for being customers of Chafera. They have ben charged with an offence of buying stolen property.

Wenera just like many bus stations in Malawi are a haven of criminals some of whom pose as touts or vendors.

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17 thoughts on “Malawi Police arrest ‘gangster’ at Wenera depot”

  1. Anguye Kwasere says:

    Mau Akuseri take note that the word GANGSTER has been put in quotes like this ‘gangster’ translating that it has not been used wholesome. Do not do direct translation of local language and English used in news reporting. Check elsewhere the use is correct and no fuss about it. do not take personal issues with some reporters, plse. Is the ‘gangaster’yr relation?

  2. mau akuseri says:

    Back to reporter Louis Phiri,Malawi does not have Gangsters not even one.Gangsters are in USA,RSA,Kenya,Egypt,Nigeria,Somalia.A gangster is a person who besides leading a group of thugs can either rape or kill someone in public either using a knife or a gun before stealing so mind the title when reporting.

  3. mr chimbwititi says:

    amangeni agalu ameneo oipa.apolice good pa good

  4. Charles Tsoyo says:

    Shame on malawi

  5. SALIMA BOYS says:

    come on olemba nkhani manga Yuri nkumuchita kunkweza pachulu honcho Pali want hi ovutaso apa Tele.

  6. Wozinyanyala says:

    Apolisi kukokomeza…mukukanika kumanga alomwe akumaba mamiliyoni achina Mathanyula amuna a Billy nkukalimbana ndi za ziii pa chimbuzi nkumamachitchula bus depot mulibe manyazi…

  7. kesterkalonga says:

    Oyitanira onse achosedwe monga nthawi ya Bingu. Timayenda mwa ufulu nthawi ya Bingu koma pano tikuyenda mwamantha mdziko mokhala mwathu.Boma lichitepo kanthu.

  8. CHE HARINECK says:

    Next time mzanga try to use a simple english that you do understand ngati zingavute gwiritsani ntchito Chichewa chomwechi coz zomwe mwalemba mwatidabwisa nazo

  9. The Swartkop Guru says:

    Wenela bus depot? Oh no please… Kusayenda that’s not even a bus depot

  10. lingtone says:

    No bail out plz

  11. The real ujeni says:

    Bus depot? That place is a stinking rubbish pit, not fit for humans to go there. Third world poorest country is happy calling it bus depot

  12. kenn says:

    Oyitanila afunika kusesa onse other wise umbava ukuchuluka

  13. Anthu achino says:

    So sad

  14. Maseko says:

    KANYONGENI AMENEYO BASI

  15. levelheaded says:

    Are these what we should be calling online journalists in this 21st century,really. Be serious nyasatimes. Zandichititsa nseru.

  16. koma ada says:

    what a misleading title

  17. Khwethemu says:

    Naming of this thief as a terrorist is somehow confusing. The description of a terrorist nowadays is that of one who want to kill others because of political or religious reasons. Yes he has bn terrorising the place but………

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