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che nnungu
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Where is the video footage

Girl lady
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Girl lady

koma ku ghana kulibe ufiti kudzachita izi kuno aarg

Jackson
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Jackson

Sounds more of a fiction. No facts. Only one name mentioned. Akuphunzira utolankhani kapena? Atleast akananena komwe kwachitika izi and nthawi. Bull shit

Mangochi Kabwafu
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Mangochi Kabwafu

Koma MLAKHO inuu, pitani kusukulu. Ambuye anu kukhalira kuba mboma, inu kukhalira kupha. Koma umbuli uwu.

tizanka
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tizanka

What if the witchdoctor had killed a kid to give this Anus character the blood? This is a very dangerous kind of journalism. I hope next time he tries this he is properly killed.

Lute
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Lute

Good question Tizanka.

Watematema Mutu
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Very shameful encounter by strange foreign tresspassers!!!!! You mean someone from Ghana could get all the courage to pose as a malawian businessman?

TrumPutin
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TrumPutin

Typical of sh**thole citizens from some sh**thole country. Solution is to raise literacy levels.

Century
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Century

I hope authorities take this matter seriously! This is the 21st century! This shouldn’t be happening in this day and Age!! Arrest these witch doctors!! They have probably murdered so many people! Abale malawi koma

Ton of Bricks
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Ton of Bricks

Primitive country

SIBODZA
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SIBODZA

This Ghanaian journalist is a disgrace on our journalists. How do crown him an investigative journalist of international status when creative boys and gals could have unraveled the mystery around the murders amidst us? You give BBC a writeup on nyasatimes thinking it is our honour! Oooo homegrown journalism that of Ana’s that shook Ghanaian judiciary it has not recovered from the quake