Police arrest man for alleged murder of brother over  beans

Malawi Police Service  in Lilongwe have arrested a 42-year-old man on suspicion that he killed his young brother over cooked beans.

Lilongwe Police Station Deputy Public Relations Officer (PRO) Sergeant Foster Benjamin said the incident happened on Sunday in Dzalanyama Forest where the two went to make charcoal.

He said  the suspect, Solomon Mwenda, and his brother, 32-year-old Stanford Mwenda (now deceased) went  qurallered  over the cooked beans that was prepared by the suspect.

Benjamin said: “Their argument ended into a fist fight and the suspect allegedlt stabbed the deceased.”

Some villagers found the deceased body in the bush and reported to Chinsapo Police Unit.

Meanwhile, the victim’s  body is Kamuzu Central Hospital pending a post-mortem.

The suspect has since been arrested and will answer a murder charge.

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Merviwamuheri
Merviwamuheri
8 months ago

Someone said that its time now that the President of the Republic of Malawi His Excellency Dr Lazarus Chakwera should sign a death sentence penalty because of such stupid issues taking place in different places of Malawi. Kill the murder immediately after proven guilty by reputable court. This is too much now.DISO KU DISO element. You are giving too much jobs to hospital personnel instead of concentrating on other deaceses

Kudya katatu patsiku
Kudya katatu patsiku
8 months ago

kuchotsa moyo chifukwa cha mphika wa nyemba? Koma abale okondeka zinthu zafika pena pake ndithudi

Mulopwana
8 months ago

Beans or meat? Lord have mercy on the people to be able to afford necesities

The Karanga of Soshangumve

Jacob and Essau, fighting over beans. God help us

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