Court acquits hospital clinician framed by wife to have defiled biological daughter

A court in Zomba has acquitted a hospital clinician who was framed by his wife that he had defiled his biological daughter.
Zomba  Chief Resident Magistrate Austin Banda on Friday acquitted  the St Luke Hospital clinician, Moses Chinula, who was accused of defiling his 22 months old daughter.
Chinula was accused to have committed the offence on January 28 this year.

Clinician Moses Chinula: Acquitted after being framed by wife
Wife to Chinula testified that after returning from work in the evening,  her daughter, who was crying told her that ‘adadi andibaya’ while pointing at her private parts.
The wife took a closer look at the child where she noticed some bruises.
The court heard that the following morning the matter was reported to Domasi Police where the child was referred to Domasi Rural Hospital.
 A medical report revealed there was penetration.
On police recommendation after seven days, she went to Zomba Central Hospital because the first medical report had no official stamp.
The second test reportedly turned negative.
Evidence by the four witnesses who included the Domasi Police Officer Ali Maunde, his wife Loveness Chinenga Chinula, a domestic worker and a Clinician at Domasi Rural Hospital Grace Namisiki did not prove that the girl was defiled.
In the cross-examination, the court also noted that the domestic worker as a state witness did not see blood on the girl’s private parts when  bathing her.
Wife to Chinula failed to convince the court that her husband was really the one who defiled the child.
Magistrate Banda advised the police and the medical personnel to be professional in their investigations; stressing these are serious offences attracting a maximum of life sentences.
Defence lawyer Patrick Debwe says he is happy that the truth has finally come out.
There was jubilation outside the court when Chinula’s relatives delved into praise and worship songs and ululation.

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Chen nnungu
7 months ago

Thetsanipo banjalo basi

Nebo
Nebo
7 months ago

Very bad

dodolido
dodolido
7 months ago

ndiye chikwati chilipo?

Hendrix chakanika
Hendrix chakanika
7 months ago

Something. Is wrong in this family azimayi mudzikhala serious

Mzwanya
Mzwanya
7 months ago

Mzimayi ameneyu ndi woipa kwambiri. Adamunamizira mwamuna wake cholinga Chinula akamapanga retire aluze chirichonse kuchoka Ku pension benefits. Azimayi enawa adapatsidwa mtima wa Satana mwini wake

Awoba
Awoba
7 months ago

How could a woman be this mean to the husband?

Chitolerapapo
Chitolerapapo
7 months ago

Why taking so long to do second medical test. The second test should not have taken into consideration when determining the case. The stamp does not make report be correct or wrong. Stamp is just there for formalities therefore the should not have thrown away the first report on account that it doesn’t have official stamp. As wrong as the clinician certified that she is the one who authored the report then the report should have been used.

Parvin Zulu
Parvin Zulu
7 months ago

The accused must file a defamation case with the court. Men we are suffering in silence. This is too much!

Kharupa
Kharupa
7 months ago

Amangidwe nkaziyo ndi collaborator nzake wakuchipatalayo

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