Malawi Police arrest ‘ hyena dad’  for sex assualt on own 8-year-old daughter

Malawi Police in Salima have arrested 38-year-old Maston Khongoza of Chiphala Village Traditional Authority (T/A) Kalonga in the district for allegedly defiling his eight-year-old biological daughter.

Salima police public relations officer Gift Chitowe said  Khongoza defiled the girl while her mother was away receiving treatment at the district hospital.

“The issue came to light after the mother was discharged from Salima District Hospital where she was diagnosed with malaria and after coming back she saw her daughter having difficulties in walking,” Chitowe said.

He said upon asking the girl she revealed that her father had forced her to have sex with him twice on 22nd and 23rd July.

The girl is said to have failed to report the incident because the father had threatened to kill her once she dared talk about it to anyone.

The suspect is expected to appear in court soon to answer charges of incest.

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8 thoughts on “Malawi Police arrest ‘ hyena dad’  for sex assualt on own 8-year-old daughter”

  1. WY-B says:

    Also the girl did circumlocution!

  2. Zex says:

    God fearing nation

  3. Charlie Hebdo says:

    Hyena? How does it become hyena dad. The reporter should have termed it: INCESTRUOS DAD. Chingelezi chavuta pa town

    1. Alfred Minjo says:

      Really disgusting!!! This man truelly is a BEAST!!!!

  4. chilombo says:

    payelepayele fisi anadya mwanache!

  5. MISUKU BOY says:


  6. Baba wa Boyi says:

    Malawian journalists are like a dog with a bone. How is that hyena?

    How many people have reported here who have sexually assorted 8 year olds? Did you describe them as hyena?

    We all know now there people called Hyenas, it does not have to be part of Malawis vocabulary, like Bin laden has become, Scud missile etc. its shameful the way Malawians copy these silly names and turn them into Malawian language.

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