Msundwe residents loot cement from 5 trucks: Criminal elements continue

Criminal elements are still taking place on the Lilongwe-Mchinji Road  as  more incidents of lawlessness continue to take place with the latest being residents of Msundwe have looted cements from five trucks.

Cement looted

The incident occured this  week when five trucks carrying the cement were stopped by a mob of Msundwe residents who jammed the scene and started looting bags of cement from the truck.

Police inaction was due t fear of what happened to Superintendent Usumani Imedi of the Police Mobile Service  who died after he was savagely attacked by mob on the Lilongwe-Mchinji Road when he was trying to restore order during a protest.

But concerned citizens have urged government to properly equip police with protective gears and that lawlessness should be curbed.

National police spokesperson James Kadadzera is on record saying that there is a calculated move by few criminal-minded individuals who are always after looting property of innocent Malawians.

But Kadadzera said the few criminal-minded individuals, also coupled by few individuals with partisan political interests, have not helped matters as they have fuelled violent demonstrations to make Malawi lawless.

President Peter Mutharika in his message on Human Rights Day which falls on December 10 noted that some youth are being radicalised to be vandalising their own education infrastructure and committing serious crimes over petty issues.

He expressed concern that while government is making every effort to develop the lives of the youth, political and civil society leaders are using the young generation in perpetrating violence.

“These people are exploiting the poverty and vulnerability of the youth to engage in violence and politically engineered political activities.

“Some organisations are hiding behind defending human rights when they are actually engaging in violence, criminal activities and blatantly violating everybody’s human rights. These people and organisations are in fact teaching the youth of this country to be violent society,” said Mutharika,

The Malawi leader said the youth must be taught to be responsible citizens instead of mobilising them into violence and criminal activities in the name of democracy and freedom of expression.

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che somba
che somba
9 months ago

msundwe will never change

Kaka
Kaka
9 months ago

And sakuyankilapo. These are very poor chewaaaas

Kaka
Kaka
9 months ago

Mtambo chajwera and saulos are to blame. KOMA ACHEWA KWAWO NDI KU DRCNDI OKONDA NKONDO. Too bad.

maranditi Mpasha
maranditi Mpasha
9 months ago

This lawlessness is now being misplaced.. such thugs should not go scot free..Its not even politics now. This is something else. Lord have mercy!!!

Zofu
Zofu
9 months ago

Msundwe is a satanic area please repent your sins now come back to GOD

hewe
9 months ago

Munalandira mzimu wa satanic chifukwa cholola Mtambo ndi mzake atsogolere chipani pa mademo . muvutika anthuwa alowa satanic ndipo satheka satana ndioononga basi

Baboon
Baboon
9 months ago

Apolisi osaopa pitani mukawalowelenso Mwa azimayi ndi atsikana awo. Mutotelethu osakavalanso zishango akhaule ana amenewa munyesana

NZERU NKUPANGWA
NZERU NKUPANGWA
9 months ago
Reply to  Baboon

akulu mwaganizapo bwanji?

Kaphiza
Kaphiza
9 months ago
Reply to  Baboon

Koma kkkkkk

RERUN
RERUN
9 months ago
Reply to  Baboon

i think ulibe mako or achemwali ako. kuganiza mopusa uku.

Baboon
Baboon
9 months ago

Zosakhala bwino komabe vilipo chikuusa dzaye kuti njovu itchoke mnyanga. But these msundwe acts of violence are neither Christians nor any religion that teaches humanity unless they are satanic yes I will agree with you Godiba . Christianity doesn’t teach the act of violence. They belong to the devil.

Sahara
Sahara
9 months ago

Looting 5 trucks is nothing compared to what Mutharika stole from tax payers, K145 million and counting.

Zawawa
Zawawa
9 months ago

Can you bring the evidence that shows that this really happened otherwise you’re bringing in confusion among the people, osamawanamiza anthu wawa

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