Mutharika’s aide Chisale rearrested over Blantyre shooting

Former president Peter Mutharika’s aide Norman Paulosi Chisale has been re-arrested moments after being granted bail by the Lilongwe Magistrate Court in cement import case , this time on a charge of assault which took place in Blantyre.

Chisale in handcuffs carry a Bible
Nyekhwe shame: Chisale hides his face with the Bible

Chisale has been slapped with money laundering and fraud charges in relation to the cement import scandal.

But after he was released on K10 million cash bail bond by Senior Resident Magistrate Violet Chipao,  police pounced on Chisale again on allegations of  assualt.

Chisale reportedly shot a woman at Chimwankhunda Township in Blantyre as he was allegedly chasing people suspected to have been unarmed robbers.

A 35 year-old Sigele Kaipa  was hit with a stray bullet and treated at hospital.

State prosecutors told the court that Chisale will be taken in custody for that charge.

When the incident happened while Chisale was strongman during Mutharika’s regime, human rights defenders asked the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) to independently investigate the incident.

Chisale reacted furiously in court of his re-arrest, saying : “It’s too much . I am a person too and I feel pain.”

Senior Resident Magistrate Chipai said the issue introduced was not before the court and therefore would not comment.

There was tension as Chisale was refusing to be taken into custody.

 

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Banda
Banda
7 months ago

Police are laying a difficult charge to win a charge of Attempted Murder. There was no malice or intent to harm this woman. Therefore it is not attempted murder. He was legally allowed to carry a weapon, a quick look at other countries the most someone get charged is aggravated assault or grevious harm assault. A good lawyer will get him off quickly as this is not attempted murder. Merely an accident if done without criminal intent.

Nyakwawa
Nyakwawa
7 months ago

It is very clear that His Excellency the Former President (I will always respect him as former head of state), was played by the mafia. Munthu was clearly lied to, manipulated and deceied by those he trusted one of them being one Norman Paul Chisale his most trust Head of Security and personal bodyguard. He was told bwana muwina, bwana chitukuko chikuyenda bwino etc. I feel sorry for him wherever he is. When you pick people like Uladi “Change Golo” as your Advisor this is where you end up.

#Better MW
#Better MW
7 months ago

He may be suicidal, so it may not be a good idea to leave him unattended.

Bandung Cincau
Bandung Cincau
7 months ago

Leave the Bible alone thief! You have no shame carrying and shielding your face with the Holy Book you idiot! I hope you were using the Bible during your loot and during all the atrocities you committed.

Tsogolo-langa
Tsogolo-langa
7 months ago

They’ve been playing with out hearts for so long now the long arm of law chakwera said when the DPP(mbava govt)tried to rig election is now being manifested, amangidwe kape ameneyi, amaona ngati anakwera paja sadza eti, nyekhwe ija ndimeneyi

Galu #1
Galu #1
7 months ago

Ameneo nde Mafia waku Malawi

Justice for all
Justice for all
7 months ago

Ine ndingot nthawi yake basi whoever was strong during their time and did rubbish and strength should face who others was facing go ahead

Nyekhwe
Nyekhwe
7 months ago

You just realized kuti you are a human being??? You always thought you were super natural, untouchable,

Fake Petros
Fake Petros
7 months ago
Reply to  Nyekhwe

Adzalira mokweza munthu, kkkk

Muhariwa
Muhariwa
7 months ago

Distance President Chakwera on any arrest of Norman Chisale. Many people talk things they dont know.Leave Police independently

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