Beware of lions on the loose  -Malawi Police

Malawi Police has sounded the alert over lions on the loose in  Kasungu in the Central Region tobacco growing district of Malawi, believed  to have escaped from Kasungu National Park and are wondering about in some areas of the district.

Panic as lions on the loose in Kasungu

Kasungu Police spokesperson Edna Mzingwitsa said the lions had been spotted in two different places, first seen at Lisazi and later in the area of T/A Njombwa.

She warned that the lions may pose a threat to humans but said  there were no reports of injuries.

Mzingwitsa  persuaded people not to leave their homes until the situation is under control.

However, Director of Parks and Wild Life Bright Kumchedwa  said said rangers were on the ground to track the animals.

He urged communities “ to be very careful.”

Said Kumchedea: “ They should not send children to go to maize fields or other areas until we have handled the situation.”

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edo katu
edo katu
5 years ago

its not a matter of asking how many are they, just take the precautionary measures.

ida
ida
5 years ago

School ndi chaninso ndi moyo wa mwana?

austin
austin
5 years ago

ilipo ingati mikangoyo the story is silent on this

Real
5 years ago

So, people should wait for how long?

kantama
kantama
5 years ago
Reply to  Real

Eti for how long? Nanga ana school asiye kaye?

machete
5 years ago

mutagwiritsa ntchito ndege popanga search mikangoyi zikhonza kuthandiza kuipeza mwansanga, chifukwa mkango ndi nyama yochenjera k9oopysa. plz take this seriously otherwise when they get angry and hungry we may loose lives.

Christopher brown
5 years ago
Reply to  machete

Thanks true this animals are very bad and dangerous so we need to find them before they start eating people

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