7 men harvesting albino human bones arrested in Mangochi – Malawi News Agency report

Police in Mangochi have arrested 28 year old Francis Kadammanja and Gift Kalua, 37, for allegedly possessing a pepper ball gun without authorization while Masuku police arrested seven men found with human bones.

Rodrick Maida Mangochi Police PRO -Pic Arnold Namanja MANA
Rodrick Maida Mangochi Police PRO -Pic Arnold Namanja MANA
Human body parts including a femur
Human body parts including a femur

Mangochi Police Public Relations Officer, Rodrick Maida said that the two were arrested within Mangochi Boma.

“During the night of Saturday March 8, police personnel were on patrol within Mangochi where they came across the two carrying a bag and the suspects started running away upon seeing the officers.

“The police officers therefore smelt a rat and pursued the suspects until they were apprehended. Upon being searched a pepper ball gun with one marble bullet and two masks were found in the bag,” Maida pointed out.

The publicist alleged that the items were intended for robbery within Mangochi Township.

Kadammanja hails from Mtumbwe Village in the area of Traditional Authority Kachenga in Balaka while Kalua comes from Ezondweni Village in the area of T/A Mthwalo in Mzimba.

On the other hand, Police at Namwera Township are keeping in custody seven suspects for allegedly possessing human bones.

Maida said the seven were on February 28 seen carrying a school bag which contained the human bones in a hired vehicle travelling from Chiponde to Nselema.

“On arrival at at Mulibwanji Hospital, the suspects failed to pay the transporter, indicating that a man from Nselema in Machinga would pay their fares. This made the transporter to be suspicious and tipped – off Masuku Police leading to their arrest,” Maida said.

According to Maida, 18 human bones believed to be of an albino person were discovered after searching the suspects’ school bag.
The seven will soon appear before court to answer to a charge of being found in possession of human bones.

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Vusumuz zikhali
Vusumuz zikhali
6 years ago

The world is endiing,now peole are heartless.

lenjele
6 years ago

Kulemela mwachangu Eeee

myepa
myepa
6 years ago

amalawi zovesa chisoni kulimba mtima nchochi bwanji ????????????

zebron henry banda
zebron henry banda
6 years ago

Just break their bones whilst they are still alive so they can test their own medicine.

nneka
nneka
6 years ago

ufiti bwanji,think utakhala iwe wina nkukutelo oloko m”bale wako kupangidwa chipongwe chotelecho ungamve bwanji, tiyeni tikondane amalawi. To rural people, mukapeza otelewa kumangophelatu cuz si abwino sakuyenela kukhala pakati pathu.kodi ku Malawi umbuli uzatha liti ndikunamizidwa ndi asing’nga.

Tonto Jezel
Tonto Jezel
6 years ago

Its sad to note that the investigations of these cases are always unsuccessful, why !!!!!!!!!?why my fellow brethren!!!!!? Money ruling the world. Onse opezeka ndi ziwalo nayenso chiwalo chakecho chizidulidwa. Opezeka ndi mafupa nayenso achotsedwe mafupa omwewo kuti aziwe kuwawa kwake.

Jonizio Luwizi
Jonizio Luwizi
6 years ago

That is very inhuman .How can a person do that?They indeed need stiff punishments.An apeal to our belove government to provide tight security to our friends and relatives ,because they ‘re not many .

Amuna ngunda ngunda- aku malowa .
Amuna ngunda ngunda- aku malowa .
6 years ago

Anyapala amenewa, achawa , aphedwe ponyongedwa , bokoharam plz come to mangoch and beheading them now now .

ian
ian
6 years ago

Koma why cant our police merge with the army patrolling in the rurals and cities/urban? I feel sorry kuti ma albinos akubisala mnyumba and some are not even going to school. Kupha mwa nkhanza choncho zoona? Amenewa akalondolele a police kwa singanga akumawauza zimenezi osawasiya.

Cage Banda
Cage Banda
6 years ago

Anyongedwe,zinyalalazi zitayidwe basi

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