Mob torch Mangochi businessman property over ‘ritual murder’ of 2 children

Angry mob in Mangochi district, Friday burned houses and vehicles of a businessman at Makawa area after two children of his neighbour  were found dead in his car.

Mangochi police spokesperson Roderick Maida says the businessman is currently at large.

Maida says the children, aged 5 and 6 and from Makawa village went missing on Thursday only to be found dead in the car of a businessman the following day.

It was not clear what led to their deaths and why they were found in the compound of the businessman.

But local people said they children were “murdered for rituals” of the businessman.

Villagers at Makawa says the businessman had until December working as manager of fishing boats belonging to  Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Regional Governor for Eastern Region, Julius Paipi.

According to Maida police are still investigating the matter.

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Mwenekayondo
Mwenekayondo
9 months ago

Very dad scenerio & leaves alot to be desired!

Mofolo
Mofolo
9 months ago

Mdziko mukachuluka ma bulutu ndi chonchi sizodabwisa a Malawi uchitsiru wafikapo dziko losauka ndi mumaganizo momwe. Osadikila kuti mudziwe chapha ana ndi chani koma nsanje ndi chuma chamwini kuwononga pazifukwa zosamveka

masai
masai
9 months ago

why this man at large?he got busted while trying to get away with todlers bodies?who find out of the bodies in the car n what time this happened, lets wait for a postmorterm

Mulopwana
9 months ago

Were the kids not just playing in his vehicle and self locked and suffocated. Just thinking loudly

Ida
Ida
9 months ago
Reply to  Mulopwana

How did they enter the vehicle? One can’t leave an unlocked vehicle the whole night

Hate it or take it but it's a fact
Reply to  Mulopwana

The question is who removed the eyes ??
coz we heard they found them without eyes.

TiyaWahala
TiyaWahala
9 months ago

It is possible that the kids got into the car on their own without the businessman knowing if the car wasn’t locked. The kids could have died due to vehicular heatstroke (hot car death). Izi zimachitika ngakhala kwaazungu. Please, let’s remember to lock up cars when not attended for too long and do not leave kids in cars with closed windows.

Kambewa Chisale
9 months ago
Reply to  TiyaWahala

You can’t suffocate in a vehicle even if the car window is locked up

Hardy
Hardy
9 months ago

Kambewa I think you should just read up on such because you are beyond redemption . I is very possible and happens all the time

Hate it or take it but it's a fact
Reply to  TiyaWahala

Eyes were removed so who removed them????

kay
kay
9 months ago

Eyes eyes chani that’s fake.

Mbonga Matoga
Mbonga Matoga
9 months ago

Koma DPP osangovomera kuti chisanhko mwaluza bwanji…….akukunamizani ndani kuti kupha ana kapena kuotcha anthu nde kuti muwina zisankho?

Dowa boy
Dowa boy
9 months ago
Reply to  Mbonga Matoga

Zikhudzana bwanji dpp?akagwira ntchito kwa governor n governor si dpp ai.

Opportunist
Opportunist
9 months ago

Evil

foodson
foodson
9 months ago

Sounds quite suspicious as to why he would keep the bodies in a visible place, within the area of abduction. Anyhow may the souls of these poor children rest in peace

The Patriot
9 months ago

Could be suffocation. May be they entered the car and locked themselves in.

Fancy
Fancy
9 months ago
Reply to  The Patriot

If u received same story u will hear voice notes of eye witnesses that it’s wife who topped the neighbour kuti akatsegule mgalimoto mwa amuna awo some zomwe akubisa

Wawa
Wawa
9 months ago
Reply to  Fancy

Why would he leave dead bodies in his car where there are visible. Not possible.

Bamusi
9 months ago

Dausi, where are you , wayimva iyi? Still investigating my foot! Please kill the business man and his family asap. Stupid DPP

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