Malawi Police probe DPP ‘cadet’ over pistol

Malawi Police  have said they are investigating Noel Kaiya, a ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) youth cadet who was  seen with  a pistol when he accompnained  Ben Phiri, the most powerful former aide of President Peter Mutharika, to a function in Thyolo on Sunday.

Armed and pose for photo opportunity: DPP cadet Noel Kaiya

Phiri, who is DPP Director of Operations or Field Marshall, was launching his  K10 million football, netball and bawo trophies when Kaiya brandished pistol in public and taking photos which have gone viral on social media.

National Police spokesperson James Kadadzera said he has seen the photo and they are investigating.

“We will investigate the issue because not everybody can have a gun in the country,” said the police spokesman.

Kadadzera said the law enforcers want to establish how the DPP ‘cadet’ got the gun.

“We want to know whether his gun is licenced under his name and why he was brandishing it in public,” he said.

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Kamukwamba
3 years ago

Useless police zealots…. investigate what? u know the person, and u dont have him on licenced list.. Until they kill one of you, thats when you will jack up….zitsiru inu.

I love Malawi
I love Malawi
3 years ago

Kodi afufuze chani,wapha munthu?nanga atanena kuti inali toygun,ndiye police ingatani?palibe nkhani apa!!!

Jah
Jah
3 years ago

This might be plastic. Who knows???

Omex70
Omex70
3 years ago

Which police is going to investigate this matter? Kadadzera, you are making us sick with the word “investigating.” Have you ever done any successful investigation more especially when the crime is committed by DPP members. We lost trust in you many years ago. Right now we are totally depending on God to fight for us in His own ways as He did in the past. God will do something on our situation.

Hhhh
Hhhh
3 years ago

Kunali achina Zimba, Shaban Kadango, Marshall the Dukes and others….. alikuti? Who is this Noel? Mphwanga becareful you are just being used

mswachi
mswachi
3 years ago

Afufuza kale atelomo ndipo zatha! A police wo akhilulukidwa kaamba kovutitsa cadet

Kaloswe
3 years ago

Only the MDF will disarm and punish these DPP IDIOTS mmene anachitila ndi Young Pioneeer, Mfuti zimenezi ndizimene anaphela ISA NJAUJU

CHINGUNDU PULIKA
CHINGUNDU PULIKA
3 years ago

PAZANA KUNALI MA YOUNG DEMOCRATS A UDF NDI MYP NDIPO ANAFIKAPO PAJA POTI EEH DZIKO AMALIMVA KUKOMA. KOMA INU DZINTHU ZIKATI ZITEMBENUKE INU NGATI MALAOZA. KUNALI A ZIMBA KU KASUNGU A MARSHAL NDI ENA KWA SAFALAWO KU NDIRANDE ALIKUTI LERO MUZIFUNSE. AMALAWI TIKUOWNA TOKHA NDIPO POMWE ZINTHU ZAFIKA KUTI NDI PACHABE. NGATI BODYGUARD WA PULEZIDENTI SAWONESA PISITOLO SIMALAMULO KODI. NAGA UYU NDIYE NDANI. CHIPANDE AMALAWI CHIZAKOME POOMOLA MU MAY 2019. PALIBENSI KUCHITIRA MWINA AYI.

Gogodasi
3 years ago

To be fair, the police should investigate both Kaiya and Ben Phiri. Phiri was aware of what was going on and the cadets may have carried pistons on instruction by their master. If Minister’s bodygurads do not brandish pistons, what is Phiri to seek such heavy protection? Malawi does not belong to a few individuals but to all bonafide citizens. We don’t want a repeat of “all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others” scenario. This was well planned to terrorise the public which should not be condoned in modern Malawi. Both Kaiya and Ben Phiri… Read more »

nkhwiri inokwa
nkhwiri inokwa
3 years ago

A polisi akungoti phimba mmaso nkhaniyi palibe chichitike,,apa ndi pamalawi boma la zigawnga ili,, koma akanakhala okuba nkhuku apolisi akanathamanga and atagamuludwa kale ten years,,,just give us chance every one to have guns,,,,why malamulo kwa munthu wa DPP sagwira ntchito,,had it been anali osusa bwenzi aliku chichiri kale pano gosh DPP DPP DPP you will never incompetently rule this malawi forever

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