Malawi Police launch hunt to find missing Escom director

Malawi Police have launched a search for missing Director of Human Resources and Administration at the Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (Escom) Daphter Namandwa.

Authorities found Namandwa’s vehicle near Mulanje CCAP Mission last Friday.

Escom management explains that  Namandwa went missing on the night of Thursday, June 18.

It says authorities found Namandwa’s vehicle near Mulanje CCAP Mission on Friday.

Escom says it is currently working with the police to locate Namandwa.

Both Mulanje Police Station spokesperson  Gresham Ngwira and ESCOM Public Relations Manager Innocent Chitosi separately confirmed the development.

“We have commenced investigations on the matter,” said Ngwira.

A similar incident happened few years ago when Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director of Corporate Affairs responsible for General Administration, Finance and Human Resources went missing, murdered and his body was found days later found partly burried while his Toyota Double Cabin was found burnt at Kauma Township.

Police launched investigations and a commission of inquiry was instituted but nothing tangible materialised.

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Dan
Dan
8 months ago

Njaunju type of style, that’s their hallmark

Mpakaten
8 months ago

As I write the man has been found, and was brought back to his house at Tambala Food Products on a bike by a good Samaritan. It said he is so weak, depressed and confused – he is receiving medical attention. I hope he will faithfully tell the nation what had happened to him.

Basa
Basa
8 months ago

Mulamba went missing until now. He was involved in admarc scam with the Muluzi’s in the 1.8 billion Kwacha case. His car was found in Chikwawa. Similar to this one.

Mapwiya
Mapwiya
8 months ago

He has been found alive in Mulanje. Praise God

Lego
8 months ago

Njaunju type of style..Oh God!

Dr.
Dr.
8 months ago

Amuchita Njaunju nthawi yothakale abwana. Ulendo uno adzayankha ku court.

G Zali
G Zali
8 months ago

I think we are pathetic as a country when it comes to conspiracy theories. We are very poor on investigations. Tikunena pano abale a Robert Chasowa sanapasidwe chilungamo on what happened to their son. Look at Njaunju’s story, names of suspects were provided but mpaka pano kuli ziiii. Vuto lotengana ntchito paubale full of incompetent human failures. Ku police nanji kuli ma bulutu omwe alembedwa ntchito opanda ma pepala. We can’t expect these guys to do a good job. I curse the day apm came to Malawi. I curse the day bakili muluzi became president of this country…..above all; I… Read more »

William Chirwa
8 months ago

I remember last time a similar incident happened that time its was Mlumbe. Was he found I don’t know. History repeating itself

Christian
Christian
8 months ago

Tikamati awa ndiwoyipa kuposa Congelesi yakale ija anthu aku South kumakana kumawakakamila, tawonani apanga zomwezija anamupanga Ngauju. Mawa azapanga zomwezi kwa a bale anu okondeka.

Dawn over Malawi
Dawn over Malawi
8 months ago

I think there was enough warning about mbava za mu ma Statutory bodies, remember all that fuel that went missing??, its coming back to haunt some people, ,,,,, change is coming….. After tomorrow DPP will not be there to save your butts. Mukagona nokha ku Chichiri, Mikuyu and Zomba Prisons, tinkanena anathela mu siizi

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