Police arrest pit latrine baby dumper

A 21-year-year old woman is in police custody for allegedly dumping her newly born baby into a pit latrine.

Community police arrest baby dumber
Baby dumper

Dowa police spoke person, Gladson M’bumpha has confirmed the incident.

He says they suspect that the woman, Kesta Andrew, gave birth on Tuesday but dumped the baby into the pit latrine on Wednesday.

The baby was rescued after some people who went to relieve themselves heard baby cries from inside the latrine.

The suspect has, reportedly, confessed to dumping the baby who was rescued by well-wishers and is at a nearby health facility.

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bishop
bishop
6 months ago

nkhanza kwaana izi amabungwe mukuti bwanji akanakhala mamuna nde mukanalongolola kukondera

ERUTU
ERUTU
6 months ago

Mumvereni chisoni akhoti

Mabodza Illovo
Mabodza Illovo
6 months ago

At times ndi misala

Mangaliso pumeni
Mangaliso pumeni
6 months ago

These girls are forced by circumstances to do this. Some of them are left stranded when the man responsible abandons them. A lesser charge should be used

ERUTU
ERUTU
6 months ago

Mumvereni chisoni akhoti mtsikanathuyi monga anena akuruwa

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
6 months ago

I would like to agree with Dr Wongani Nyangulu that the messages disseminated to the public about COVID-19 must also carry hope to the people. The world is in fear do we must not add more stress we all agree that COVID-19 is deadly & dangerous BUT at the same time The Lord is healing multitudes. We have to tell people so that hope can still be there.

Charles
Charles
6 months ago
Reply to  Keen Observer

The issue is about a woman who dumped her baby in a pit latrine and not about Covid 19 that you are writing about!

Chiswa B
Chiswa B
6 months ago
Reply to  Charles

kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

yazaman
6 months ago
Reply to  Charles

I wonder nazotu

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