Malawi Police arrest ‘hardcore’ criminals: Mvula, Gombwa

Malawi Police in Blantyre have arrested two hardcore criminals who have since confessed to have killed three people and stolen four motor vehicles.

Dumisani Mvula arrested

Dumisani Mvula arrested

Southern region police through its Anti-Motor Theft branch have arrested Chipiliro Gombwa and Dumisani Mvula- son to politician Humphreys Mvula.

The law-enforcers have since recovered Parabellum pistol with 212 live ammunitions.

Gombwa and Mvula, according to police,c onfessed to have stolen four vehicles and committed three murder cases.

In the first case, the two revealed to have stolen Mazda Bongo and killed the in the process.

In the second case, Gombwa and Mvula confessed to have stolen Toyota Hirux (double cabin) that belonged to Malawi Telecommunications Limited (MTL).

They even confessed to have killed the driver, Geoffrey Msichi- who was an ex-policeman.

According to police, the two also happen to be the ones who murdered Mahommed Makadamu, a businessman in Limbe town but dumped the body and the vehicle at Kanjedza residences.

In the fourth case, the two are said to have stolen a Toyota Prado, which happened to be a Minister ‘s vehicle.

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University Graduate
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University Graduate
8 months 21 days ago
If there were any such Confessions we would have heard that they’ve been committed for a trial but they have not even been formally charged. It’s time we have journalists who are responsible, well informed and who honor the rights of people. Sensationalism has a high cost. I think this story is wanting has too many loopholes. Absolute callous irresponsible and rubbish journalism. This is not a platform to slander but should be used to inform the public accurate stories. For example where are the receipts that showcase these are hardcore criminals? Where are the statements? Where are their formal… Read more »
Mahomed Mukadam
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Mahomed Mukadam
8 months 22 days ago

I am still waiting for you to correct the name you printed in the original story on 3rd January as Mohammed Makadamu. I am very much alive; it was my elder brother and father figure who was senselessly murdered—a man who gave his everything to Malawi industry. What a shame. I wish your journos would confirm their stories before publishing.

Patrick
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Patrick
8 months 22 days ago

Police could have just administered ‘shot to kill justice’ on them. Too much travercity of justice now adays. We cannot trust our heavily corrupt justice system. The handling of cashgate is a very good example. Unfortunately even the Police too is not left out.

Patrick
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Patrick
8 months 22 days ago

Police could have just administered ‘shot to kill justice’ on them. Too much travercity of justice now adays. We cannot trust our heavily corrupt justice system. The handling of cashgate is a very good example. Unfortunately even the Police- too much ism & skism

TruthOnDuty
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TruthOnDuty
8 months 23 days ago

“hard core” criminals suggests prior arrests and documented acts of violence yet probably only traffic offences to their name. Please show us a rap sheet of the crimes they’ve committed prior to these bogus accusations by Nyasatimes yet no charges. Lol even reference of someone as a criminal needs evidence to support such claims. Slander defamation. Your credibility is as wanting as your deductive reasoning skills.

Rose
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Rose
8 months 23 days ago
Nde mwati anthuwa atani?? Confession needs no further explanation or for the DPP to reevaluate a case. Confession is a signed and sealed deal… wake up people police spoke too soon without all the facts. Now too ashamed to correct their mistake munamva kuti police akuweluza nkhani pa press conference imeneyo ndi due process?? Akati innocent until proven guilty amatanthauza kuti only the courts after reviewing all evidence after pleas are taken can decide… munamva kuti mulandu ukuweruzidwa pa TV haibooooo politics in Malawi!!! No quotes in this story no balance nothing no dates no statements please just hearsay Nyasatimes… Read more »
Robert K
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Robert K
8 months 23 days ago

I guess we are not going report the fact that Chipi bought ammunition from police officers? I guess we are also going to ignore the fact that Dumisani was not formerly charged? I guess we are also going to ignore that their statements do not confess to any robbery murder and any kind of malice? You would really love to pin something on someone? Well Jehova is on His throne not today satan God of justice is in control!

TruthOnDuty
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TruthOnDuty
8 months 23 days ago
The sheer amount of rubbish in this story is unbelievable. The lengths Malawians will go to, to defame and slander people who seem “affluent” is unbelievable. 1. Dumisani did not confess to any murders or gun possession charges or even robberies. 2. Check his statement, police didnot even find him in possession of ANYTHING the murderer has explicitly expressed never knowing or meeting a Dumisani until Tuesday afternoon 3. Dumisani brokered a deal between Tsatsi, Keith and Chipiliro Gobwa the formed told him that the gun has papers therefore it is illegal all he did was make a phone call.… Read more »
zaipa
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zaipa
8 months 24 days ago

so provide us with the real information than just critising the admin

Khalakpo
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Khalakpo
8 months 25 days ago

Hey, where are the comments

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