Malawi Congress Party (MCP) leader Lazarus Chakwera has said his administration will ensure attainment of universal human rights promising to ensure logical conclusion of murder cases of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) official Issa Njaunju and University of Malawi student Robert Chasowa.
Chakwera, who is also leader of Opposition in Parliament, said the MCP -led government will ensure to take responsibility and duty to administer justice to everyone without fear, favour or discrimination.
Speaking on Saturday at Kasiya Community ground in Lilongwe, during a political rally, Chakwera together with his first vice president Sidik Mia, said he will ensure there is justice for Njaunju and Chasowa.
Njaunju was found dead on July 4 2015 with his body half-buried near Lilongwe River and his Toyota Hilux double-cabin vehicle burnt to ashes behind the presidential villas in Lilongwe.
Chasowa was on September 24 2011 found dead at The Polytechnic campus in Blantyre with a deep cut in his head.
Police declared his death as suicide, claiming he had jumped to his death from a high rise building, but this claim was contradicted by a postmortem report that said he had been murdered.
Chakwera reiterated his criticism of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) that it has failed Malawians and pointed at increased corruption within senior ranks of government and State owned enterprises such as Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (Mera), Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (Escom) and Agriculture Development and Marketing Corporation (Admarc) as more worrying.