DPP cadet  in for robbery, malicious damage: UTM’s Ngalande reported incident to police

Malawi Police Service  in Thyolo have arrested Mavuto Kunsowa in connection with the robbery and malicious damage to a minibus hired by UTM Party youth at Mangunda (Protofeeds office) a day before the June 23 fresh presidential election.

Ngalande: Reported to police

UTM Director of Security Lewis Ngalande reported the matter to law enforcement agencies, according to spokesperson for Thyolo Polcie Station, Amos Tione.

Ngalande is reported to have sent a group of UTM youth members to verify availability of the party’s monitors around Thyolo polling centers.

The members were moving around in a white hired Toyota Hiace minibus Reg number RU 7949 driven by Christopher Emmanuel, 27.

At around 2 am, they were travelling from Luchenza to Thyolo where they had booked for accomodation and upon passing Kamponji Estate they were overtaken by two unregistered land cruisers that stopped in front of their vehicle.

Then about 15 unknown criminals armed with panga knives jumped out of the cruisers and attacked some of the members including the driver who was wounded on the forehead head and sustained a deep cut.

Kunsowa, 35, is from Chiusile Village in Traditional Authority Mpando in Ntcheu.

Three others, Austin Muthanje, Andrew Ngwangwa, Patrick Naluso sustained minor injuries.

The criminals also robbed Ngwangwa of his two ITEL cell phones and K20,000 from his pocket, they also set ablaze their minibus

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Tonse
Tonse
9 months ago

DPP ilimba 5 years ikubwelayi koma. Face life in Opposition, with few opportunities. Nyekhwe is real.

Zoona zake
Zoona zake
9 months ago
Reply to  Tonse

Ma landcruiser a kanyoza kamu ndamene mumayendera

ERUTU
ERUTU
9 months ago

DPP is gone ⚰️

Jkay
Jkay
9 months ago

Kodi awa si aja adapha chasowa aja.

Yurhonor
9 months ago

Ngalande has also been named by the commission of inquiry as a prime suspect for the murder of Chasowa
He needs to be in prison by now

Zio ine
Zio ine
9 months ago

If the police claim to be fair, they should also follow up with the incident that happened in Dowa but I know they will not act because fingers will point to their minister Chimwendo Banda.

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
9 months ago
Reply to  Zio ine

Absolutely they have to in the interest of fairness

Chisale
Chisale
9 months ago

This party was as bad as the old MCP. I don’t think we will see DPP again soon. Evil party with evil leaders and followers. RIP DPP!

Kambewa ngozo
9 months ago

Foseki
Let the law take it’s course.

Phwisani
Phwisani
9 months ago

A simple case like this has taken the police 2 months. Our professional police was still investigating. Kkkkkk

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