Kalekeni Kaphale house on fire

Fire extinguishers on Sunday morning rushed to Attorney General Kalekeni Kaphale’s private house in Blantyre which caught fire.

Kaphale house on fire

Kaphale  confirmed in an interview that his house in Chileka, Blantyre was on fire and that property worthy of millions of money was up in flames.

He also said the house is extensively damaged.

Kaphale suspected the fire might have started when a child who was playing with a box of a match lit one of the sticks.

A lot of people rushed to the house to help extinguish the fire and salvage whatever property might have been left from the inferno.

Kaphale himself stays in Lilongwe where he is the government’s top lawyer but currently is preoccupied with the landmark presidential elections case in which he is the lead lawyer for the respondent, the Malawi Electoral Commission.

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President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
President Mkango Lion Manthakanjenjemereza
1 year ago

I dont think the fire burned the house, because if we take the percentage of all existing fire like hell fire, sun fire, nuclear fire, then it was just 0.000000000001 %

Charie
Charie
1 year ago

Sorry Mr

Biliat
Biliat
1 year ago

According to MCP philosophy one burnt house in Chileka is interpreted as Blantyre is burnt and all buildings should be reconstructed (elections rerun due to 0.05% of irregularities) whilst Kaphale philosophy its only his house that has been burnt not Blantyre hence no reconstruction of all Blantyre houses (No elections rerun)

TAI
TAI
1 year ago
Reply to  Biliat

This is the ntchentche philosophy

Tizanka
Tizanka
1 year ago

Malawians please learn to have a human heart. Ndinu anthu a kaduka, Nsanje komanso nkhaza kwa a Malawi anzanu. How would you be happy and celebrate kuti nzanu nyumba yake yapsya?

M'Malawi
M'Malawi
1 year ago

Kodi nkhaniyi ikukamba za machesi ndiye patebulopo pali machesi – hope this is not staged

CESSPOOL SIMALOTO
1 year ago

Zovuta pepani matches?

Mr Truth Pains
1 year ago

This is own making of Kaphale, u just want to make excuse to court that u are busy and occupied with this accident and u won’t attend court proceedings. So that more time should be given to u and MEC to examine new witness affidavit bcoz it looks to be tough for u to win the case in favour of Muntharika. That’s why president Muntharika has changed the tone since coming from Russia, Muntharika has been briefed about the outcome of the court so that’s why now he is trying to engage the Opposition and CSO’s to come together and… Read more »

stumpy
stumpy
1 year ago

2019 here fire there torched 💀going to the streets court cases, petrol boms 😠scene after scandals hai shame Malawi we can’t live a life like this. police versus people, village against village . Rape scandals hai hai. Malawi never lived like this before. Worried where is this situation leading us to as Malawi enough is enough.

Abiti
Abiti
1 year ago
Reply to  stumpy

Iiih truth shud prevail basi

Tuvitwana
Tuvitwana
1 year ago

Blantyre muli nyumba zingati? By percentage nyumba imodzi kuphya is ALMOST ZERO. NYUMBAYI SINAPHYE kkkkkkk.

Muona
1 year ago

You can see you fools. If it was a house belonging to mcp or utm,you would have rushed with your stinking mouth to say it’s DPP

James Banda
James Banda
1 year ago
Reply to  Muona

Because it could have been. The owner has said that ndi ka matches kamwana kamene kawotcha nyumba

Mzozodo
Mzozodo
1 year ago
Reply to  Muona

Instead of uttering that gabbage, why not sympathize with KK? He has losr property worth millions and although am not DPP, i feel sorry for him

Marcus Zimbiri
Marcus Zimbiri
1 year ago
Reply to  Muona

Who has said DPP was not involved in the torching of Kaphale’s house? Huh!

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