Mangochi preaches peace, rules out Usumani killing revenge

A group of religious leaders from different denominations in Mangochi have dispelled social media reports that people in the district would revenge for the death of police officer Usumani Imedi.

The grave for Imedi

Imedi was brutally stoned to death in Nsundwe, Lilongwe where he had gone to lead a team of law enforcers bring peace after a vigilante group blocked roads to prevent people from going to the venue of a political rally held by president Peter Mutharika in Kawale, Lilongwe.

Member of Mangochi Interfaith Dialogue Ahmed Kansuchi said people of Mangochi were Malawians who were equally sad with the death of Imedi.

“People of Mangochi cannot take the law into their own hands, they are Malawians; this is why they live everywhere they want in the country so these reports of revenge are not true,” he said.

He however called political party leaders to meet and discuss peace and encouraged religious and traditional leaders to preach peace instead of violence.

Imedi came from Makanjira in Mangochi.

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Concerned citizen
2 years ago

I urge enforcers of the law to get to the bottom of this case.

I am not convinced that any Malawian could perpetrate such a violent murder of a law enforcement officer in broad day light, without some force behind it.

Please get to the bottom of who motivate such evil acts.

I believe the nation is owed an explanation.

Mwinithako
Mwinithako
2 years ago

Matalasini gakamule mazengo sambano.Ngailechelela ajamanja Chemakanjila.Achewa ngawa wandu wambone nambo aigosye mwakwanguya.Arubatiri jikamule masengo .

Good Citizen
Good Citizen
2 years ago

This is exactly what we need in Malawi, an eye for an eye will make the world blind. Thank you Mr Kansuchi and leaders in Mangochi for showing Malawi that there are some sober minded people who think and act beyond tribal or regional lines.

Omare
Omare
2 years ago

A every person forgets what he did or prayed for in the past, but the wonderful Allah remembers pretty well what you had done or had asked Him to do for you. So what one had asked ,for it shall be fulfilled by Allah not matter how short or long it may take. Chikwera prayed for blood. So why people get surprised today when Allah is fulfilling Chakwera’s crying for blood?.

Joni
Joni
2 years ago
Reply to  Omare

The God or Allah I know will never respond to prayers like what you are saying …..if this was true….Jane Ansah and Mutharika would have been dead long time ago!

Mzee people are fasting for these people to be consumed with fire kkkkkk

mpilu
mpilu
2 years ago

under the rule of a foreigner, pitalaaaa

Charie
Charie
2 years ago

MCP ndi chipani cha nkhaza amalawi sangachivotere ngati chikupha anthu asanalowe m’bona nanga kuli bwanji atatenga boma

Constable Mazibuko
Constable Mazibuko
2 years ago

It is in Mangochi were a spate of arson on opposition started and we looked away.

M'Malawi
M'Malawi
2 years ago

Amen

yobu 13 13
2 years ago

tibweza …..ife kumangochi kuno tibweza …aliyese wa kulilongwe tikamupeza tipha………

Kwathu Nkuno
Kwathu Nkuno
2 years ago
Reply to  yobu 13 13

Iweyo ukuti ubweza eti? Ndakudziwa ndikupeza komweko ndidzathane nawe iwe wekha basi.

Lego
2 years ago
Reply to  yobu 13 13

But yaos from Mangochi you are everywhere so who will feel the hit?

Hate it or take it but it's a fact
Reply to  yobu 13 13

Dangerous path , avoid these nonsense otherwise mpweteketsa anthu wosalakwa aku Mangochi ali Malawi yonseyu akupanga tima business tawo tating’ono ting’ono.

Let the Law take its course by punishing the perpetrators of these barbaric murders.

kanchenga
kanchenga
2 years ago
Reply to  yobu 13 13

Kuyakhula mosaganiza kumeneko nanga abale a chiyawo amene ali mma trading centre kuchita business ku lilongwe muwateteza bwanji. Musayiwale kuti anthu a ku Nsundwe samalimbaa ndi achiyaeo. Zikanatheka kuti wofayo akanakhala mchewa kapena mtumbuka. Chofunika ndi kugwilizana kuumiliza a police anthu kuti azigwira ntchito yawo ngati mmene amagwira ntchito a MDF basi. Osati kulorera kugwiritsidwa ntchito ndi abale ngati mmene iliri police yathu.

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