Ex-Masm official defilement case starts in court

A former senior Medical Aid Society of Malawi  (Masm) official ton Tuesday appeared before a court in Blantyre at the start of his defilement case.

Ngowa: Appeared in court

He is accused of defiling his niece under his care and allegedly infected her with HIV and AIDS.

The Chief Resident Magistrate’s Court in Blantyre started hearing the case where Andrew Ngomwa who has been slapped with five charges bordering on defilement.

The 50-year-old former employee of MASM is suspected to have been defiling his under-aged niece last year.

The accused, however, chose to exercise his right to remain silent during plea.

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wakalekale
1 month ago

bwanji osangopanga plea bargain?
kusiyana nkukhala chete chifukwa muvutitsa mboni. Anthu tili ndi zina zochita tisataye nthawi ndi zinthu zowonekeratu.

Banda
Banda
1 month ago

Rape is onc thing but to spread HIV is another in prison may he receive treatment for HIV so as not to spread who wish to defile him and that he rots in prison.

Justice for all
Justice for all
1 month ago

The idiot remained silent just lock him up don’t waste a time pls courts. Should stop wasting time there is lots of cases

kay
kay
1 month ago

this is why the pro abortion issue comes in. Fortunately the girl was not pregnant . It is there because beasts like these exist and it took time for her mom to know because the poor girl must have felt threatened. Nde choncho you are under age, akugwiririra akupatseni HIV mwinanso mimb a and you must be forced to keep a pregnancy. No in such cases people must choose.

nafundo zalo
nafundo zalo
1 month ago

he remained silent coz anagwidwa basi. tisataye nthawi lock him op tiyambe milandu ya osakaza cuma ca boma. a Mw akudikila this tick tock bomb

wakalekale
1 month ago

all the best

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