Another intra-community violence in Lilongwe, one person killed

One person has been killed and several injured at Zankutu Trading Centre in Lilongwe during intra-community violence.

One dead

Lilongwe police spokesperson Joseph Kachikho said some people went to the station last night seeking a police report for them to seek medical attention at Kamuzu central hospital.

“We did not want to delay to assist them by going to the area to see what happened because of the condition of those who needed the medical attention.

“Then later we were told that one of the people who was hacked in the violence had died,” he said.

Kachikho said two people have since been arrested following the fracas which led to one house being demolished.

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Mwinithako
Mwinithako
2 years ago

Zingatani nagti a zibusa kuthawa kumpingo kulowera kundale kkk,Dzoko lawola ilil kkkk Achewa abebadi inu kupha sizinthu kwaiwoo etiii kkk

mimu
2 years ago

kodi ku lilongweko mukamaphana choncho wochewa nokhanokha,bdalama mumagawana zija mugawananso?musathawiretu ku ma city kwa anzanu kuno,kuzatipaka outbreak yanuyomalizanani mukamalizana mutiuza

Gokwe
Gokwe
2 years ago

Blame goes to Mijomba ndiimene inapanga ziko lino likhale La circularism (losaopa Mulungu) komanso chilango chonyongedwa Kwa opha munthu anachotsa Ndi Mijomba munaononga ziko lino.

Livingstonia Synod
Livingstonia Synod
2 years ago

Achewa mwabeba heve pa Malawi pano, kupha anthu ngati njoka, eish! Ulamulilo wa oChakwera udzakhala kawawa. Tonse tidzadulidwa makosi.

che nnungu
2 years ago

Chasowa / Njaunju, Mwana anaphedwa ndi teargas ku Queens anaphedwa ndo Ochewa eti

Shonai
2 years ago

No comment for the tireless job the police is doing.

mpilu
mpilu
2 years ago

wamisala anaona nkhondo. m busa wina ananena kuti ma vote akhala atajudulidwa weeks before vote day . anthu tidzangovutika kukavota .ndiizi

Zofu
Zofu
2 years ago

Malawi is indeed a satanism state

vikhumbo
vikhumbo
2 years ago

Amalawi mwatani, these are your neighbours mukaphana who will suffer. we Malawians have always survived tough times because we help each other we rely on each other as neighbours. tikaononga maubalewa tivutika ndi umphawi chifukwatu umphawiwo nde siunathe

Lazaro
Lazaro
2 years ago

Blood shed imene ankanena mbusa wina being manifested

Igwe
Igwe
2 years ago
Reply to  Lazaro

Ngati sumamva chichewa ukhala choncho he said ndilolela kukhetsa mwazi wanga for justice to be done. Not killing someone what type of a lunatic animal are you?.

Mitengo
Mitengo
2 years ago
Reply to  Igwe

Anamvetsa ndithu. How could he shade his own blood without getting involved in any fracas?He ordered his party to get involved in hostile demonstrations that left some people injured, dead and property damaged.He knew it could be him or someone else or all including him that could shade that blood. He however timed it well so that others should shade the blood and not him.

Livingstonia Synod
Livingstonia Synod
2 years ago
Reply to  Igwe

Waboza iwe. Tonse tinamva zimene ananena gologolo uja ndipo wakhala akupanga izi since announcement of election results. Don’t behave like iwe ndi ndiye uli ndi dzimakutu zadzikulu, fokofu!

Omex70
Omex70
2 years ago

It is only lunatic who are trying to twist what Chakwera said.

che nnungu
2 years ago
Reply to  Lazaro

Layman at its best. English simumva eti

noxy
noxy
2 years ago
Reply to  Lazaro

aaah zugwirizana pati? aneneri ananena kale kuti kukhara blood shed chifukwa silirilora kugonja

tito
tito
2 years ago

very poor reporting..leaving many unanswered questions in peoples’ mind..where is zankutu trading, under which TA..kungoti in Lilongwe, Lilongwe is too big..what caused the violence, was it a political violence, zaufiti kapena zakumowa!!..a report should not leave out important facts

CULTURE
CULTURE
2 years ago
Reply to  tito

Bungwe loyanila atolankhani please train your boys and girls, this is really a shame to your profession!!!

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