DPP youth cadets fight as Malawi police watch

Malawi police officers watched without intervening in the fierce fight between Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) notorious youth cadets in Rumphi on Sunday.

One of the DPP cadets an injury on the left eye

The DPP cadets are notorious for beating up people savagely but the police are always reluctant to arrest them .

But on Sunday during a televised rally which was attended by Cabinet ministers Goodall Gondwe, Grace Chiumia and Attorney General Charles Mhango among senior party officials, the DPP youth cadets skinned each other leaving one of them sustaining an injury on the left eye.

The fight erupted when Gondwe, who is also DPP vice-president for the North, was concluding his speech as the cadets who were ferried from various parts of Rumphi District scampered to their respective trucks.

Northern Region Police spokesman Peter Kalaya said there has been no arrest and police are not investigating the matter since there has been no complaint.

DPP regional governor for the North, Kenneth Saga said some of the cadets were “drunk”.

He said: “The fight was not on political issues but the cadets were under the influence of alcohol.”

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#DzukaniAmalawi

The Police is in the pockets of DPP so it can’t punish the very employer who pays it’s salary. It’s a sad chapter in Malawi where morals have so defeated that even the Police are compromised. They don’t even know what their duties are even after taking taking an oath to protect all Malawian citizens. The country has been destroyed by politicians

Peacekeeper
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Peacekeeper

It is very unfortunate that the Malawi Police Service could not intervene on the basis that there was no complaint. They were there and couldn’t arrest just because no one complained should that be the basis of arresting someone. The act at the rally was bad, stupid and even human rights violence of voiceless despite no complaint, how many things have been intervened by Police without a complaint. We have seen people being sentenced to jail even if the victim defies against it or complains not.

Mzaliwa
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Mzaliwa

Vuto lamowa waulere ndilimenelo, kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

Duduzane
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A Maliseçhe mulipo

Achiswe
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Why do the DPP need to have cadets in the first place? Even if they are fighting among themselves, it is a breech of the peace and the police should intervene. So many questions, so few, if any, answers!

Slimness
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Slimness

Ana a Dadi Maliseche anakhuta mowa wochokela kwa atate awo Mr Maliseche

Toka
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Toka

Kkkkkkkkkkkk kumwera misonkho yathu….ka 145m kaja…so sad.

Chriss
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Chriss

Ana a Dad Samangidwa, ngakhale atayenda maliseche

Mzozodo
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Mzozodo

Bravo Police, you did well not to intervene, aphane okhaokha!

Ntumbuka Mwenecho
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Ntumbuka Mwenecho

Atumbuka opusa inu kuyowoya uheni.

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