Minister calls for stiff punishment for women fighters in Mzuzu over gossip

Minister of Gender, Children Disability and Social Welfare Mary Navicha has called for stiff punishment for some women in Mzuzu who mercilessly pounced on a fellow woman and beat her up over gossip stories.

Thoko was forced to kneel and apologise before she was beaten up
Manes Gondwe beating Thoko
Lucky Gondwe
Navicha: Disappointed to see women perpetrating violence on a fellow woman in the presence of a man

Navicha expressed dismay with a video circulating on social media showing a family beating and violating the modesty of another woman.

The victim, only identified as Thoko is said to have told her friend’s husband, Lucky Gondwe that his wife Manes  Mdoyi Gondwe that she hard aborted.

Thoko is said to have told Mr Gondwe that he was not responsible for the pregnancy which Manes had aborted.

Furious, Mr Gondwe told his wife what Thoko told him and the wife organized other women who all went to Thoko’s wife where they beat her up.

Thoko was forced to make some confessions including that she wanted to have Mr Gondwe as her lover.

In an interview with Nyasa Times, Navicha said was disappointed to see women perpetrating violence on a fellow woman in the presence of a man, only a few weeks after the country was advocating the end of violence against women and girls.

She has since lauded law enforcers for apprehending all the eight suspects.

The minister has also asked women to protect their dignity and desist from behavior that may induce violence to themselves.

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TIPEX ELECTIONS
7 months ago

What is more serious between gossiping and raping women? Answer me Navicha.

youna
youna
7 months ago

Koma anduna penapake mwakondera. palinso mkazi wa lawyer wina, yemwenso ndi lawyer, anapanga zoposa izizi kwa mzimayi ku Area 47 koma munasankha kumubisa ndipo mulandu wake unangopotera. Tinene kuti boma linachita izi poti opanga chipongwe mzakeyo ndo lawyer?

Lamion
Lamion
7 months ago
Reply to  youna

Zoona. Nayenso atengedwe

Graham Zali
Graham Zali
7 months ago

Thoko is beautiful mweee

Mike Bamusi
Mike Bamusi
7 months ago

Iwe navicha, pankon*** there is no issue here

Malawi belong to the citizens.

Palibe nkhani pa angopepesana basi,azimayi amakonda tima gossip ndi chikhalidwe chawo.Koma aja anagwirira Kwa msundwe .Kukondera basi.

kanchenga
kanchenga
7 months ago

Minister navicha you would have made better sense if you had stood up for the Nsundwe women and school girls too. But now you sound hollow and empty only repeating what other sensible people have already said because you have nothing better. Right now you just remain silent instead of acting persecutor. There is one already out there.

Hola
Hola
7 months ago
Reply to  kanchenga

Why is this Minister mam on Msundwe issue. God will in one way punish you

Zamkati Mu
Zamkati Mu
7 months ago

This was uncalled of…..These women acted badly. Let them face the music…and by the way Madam Minister when are you commenting on the Nsundwe rape victims, It is long over due…….No talk shows please!!!!

Mtete
Mtete
7 months ago

Navicha can’t fool us. What has she done about the more serious case of women raped I LL What punishment has been meted on the so-called cadets dressed in police uniform?

Chimulirenji
Chimulirenji
7 months ago

Azimayi muchepetse miseche

Soso
Soso
7 months ago

Oooooh eish Babodza sabwino. Anthu ena basi anangobadwa kufuna kuyipitsa mbiri ya anzawo. Kumati ine ndiwocheza anthu amandikonda, people liking you just of being a good gossiper. Watch out! Enanu matsoka mmapezana nawo mchifukwa choti mmakhalira kunena zoipa za anzanu. Kungoti simumazindikira. Mulape kapepeseni kwa aja mwawuza anthu zoipa za iwo zikuyenderani.

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