Malawi VP Chimulirenji mourns slain police officer, condoles family

State Vice President Everton Chimulirenji  has mourned slain police officer Usumani Imedi, saying his death whilst trying to bring peace at Nsundwe in Lilongwe shows his brevity and patriotism.

Vice President Chimulirenji visited the bereaved family at Chilinda village Traditional Authority Makanjira in Mangochi
Chimulirenji with the widow and the mother to the deceased.
Chimulirenji, who said had been delegated by President Peter Mutharika, condoled the family with K1.5 million; K1 million to the wife and K500,000 to the parents.

Chimulirenji said this when he went to condole the family of Imedi on Thursday in chief Makanjira’s area in Mangochi, a day after the police officer was buried at his home village.

“The manner in which he died is not only tragic and painful but shows that he was brave and ready to die for the country,” he said.

Imedi was stoned to death when he led a group of police officers to bring peace in the area after a self-styled vigilante group blocked roads to stop ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) attend a political rally held by President Peter Mutharika in Kawale, Lilongwe.

Chimulirenji said the government was shocked with the death.

“It is unbelievable that today we could gather here and address Superitendent Usumani as ‘late’ when two days ago he was full of life and ready to serve his nation as usual” lamented the Vice President.

He assured the bereaved family and all the people that all those who took part in the killing will be prosecuted.

“We will do everything to have perpetrators face the wrath of the law. It is sad that some people think they are more important  than others – why taking away other people’s lives. Whether they did it on their own or influenced by others…we will come after them. This is unacceptable. We will protect the legacy of this country as a peace loving one” said Chimulirenji.

Chimulirenji consoled the widow of Imedi with K1 million and the parents of the slain cop with K500 000 cash, explaining he had been delegated by President Peter Mutharika.

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dalo
dalo
2 years ago

MUPITENSO KUKAPEPESA KWA MAKOLO AMWANA ANAFA KU BLANTYRE KUJATU…

Soldier
2 years ago

Really 1.5 million Malawi Kwacha! the whole Gov!! you need to compensate all Police officers who got injured and died for serving your asses… with more than 7 Million per Officer

Khima
Khima
2 years ago
Reply to  Soldier

Ukasinthise mutu wako ukatenge waubongo wabwino..wakuuza 1.5million ndiyochokela ku boma ndani.

Mwinithako
Mwinithako
2 years ago

Nsundwe Vigilant Forces ;The backborn for MCP and HRDC.They are always in Lilongwe when Mtambo and MCP conducts demostrations.They are typical murderers.
They will feel the gist of what they did at Nsundwe.God will shower them with curses.Mudzi wonse wa Nsundwe wuone zakuda kuchoka kwa Mulungu,Mvula isagweko,Dzuwa lilowe kwamtima biii

Mandado@147
2 years ago
Reply to  Mwinithako

But first he will curse your ignorant ass im guessing Mr spokesperson for GOD! KKK

Kanyimbi265
Kanyimbi265
2 years ago

Typical duties of an illiterate VP, apa ndiyedi we downgraded from Windows 10 to Windows 98 ndithu

yobu 13 13
2 years ago

ogwidwawo akaphedwe

pitala
pitala
2 years ago
Reply to  yobu 13 13

Anagwila olakwika akayambe ku karonga amene anapha munthu uja anapepesedwa ndi chani Anyamata Aku mzuzu nthawi ya malemu bingu analamula apolisi wombelani anthu kubwata magazi zipolopolo zinazi nyama nanga Chipepesochaotsalawo Chinali chani ku bt mmm koma izi akuti dpp nzilombo. Komabe 1.5 million singagule moyo. Moyo wo ndiye mpamba .pepani anamfedwa koma zonsezi ndi dpp pitala ndi nasala yankho Jane ansah mulungu akuona ndalama

Mtambo the Rebel Leader
Mtambo the Rebel Leader
2 years ago

Self styled vigilante what?? Utter nonsense,,,, they are murderers MCP cadets

staga
staga
2 years ago

police muwaonetse kut muli boo sakuti munatha

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