Police arrest UTM offices bombers

Malawi Police Services have arrested some people suspected to have been part of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) cadet gang that petrol bombed UTM Party offices in Lilongwe in the run up to the fresh presidential election, killing three people.

National Police deputy spokesperson Thomek Nyaude confirmed the arrests but could not give more details, saying investigations were still underway.

National Police deputy spokesperson Thomek Nyaude confirmed of the arrests but refused to give details on the number of those arrested and their names.

β€œWe have indeed arrested some people we believe they know something on the UTM offices bombings but investigations are still going on, our investigators are on the ground so we cannot give details,” he said.

The attack on the UTM offices in Area 22 killed three people of Tambala family including the father, mother and a child.

The family was housed in one part of the building.

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Raza lush
10 months ago

Why not mention there name? Liars

Declaration of Victory and third Revolution

Why did they kill poor people like that? The same thugs burnt utm vehicles. We do not need political violence that we had seen in other countries like South Africa, Sierra Leon, DRC , Rwanda, etc.

Kwaipa
10 months ago

You should also revisit those who killed cabinet ministers during Kamuzu. Truth be known

Nyamazowo
Nyamazowo
10 months ago
Reply to  Kwaipa

Mbuzi iwe akukamba za area 24 osati Kamuzu

Mina
Mina
10 months ago
Reply to  Kwaipa

If they are still alive then should be bakili muluzi Heatherwick ntaba ,dausi and John Tembo maybe who else do you suggest? Kwaipa ?

M Cheka Chilenje
M Cheka Chilenje
10 months ago

Just castrate them. deal done.

William
William
10 months ago

This is a good development however I think the headline could have been about the people who died in this particular crime. Lets put people first before property damaged

Wooloomooloo
Wooloomooloo
10 months ago

Yake
Ngatidi palichilungo
Izi ndizomwe tikufuna kwatunthu
Musamujowe Kaliyati paza VWAZA MASH ndizina zambili zomwe zikumukhudza
Wachita zochuluka munthu ameneyu

kanchenga
kanchenga
10 months ago
Reply to  Wooloomooloo

Chimwendo the minister was tipped with information and detailed situation in Salima . We even gave names of the people involved including the time of arrival in Malawi so if you are indeed a Malawian please do the same with Kaliati and tell Chimwendo or the police direct the full info about Kaliati. We want a better Malawi. Osati za usilu zomangobwetuka ngati gala wachiwewe. Believe me thats the best way to check if indeed Mr President is sincere in his talks.

Mayilosi
Mayilosi
10 months ago

Awatulutsa,akungomanga kuti tione ngati akugwira ntchito

Malawi belong to the citizens

Aphedwe nawonso,we don’t need such evil people in our communities.Akapezeka wolakwira malamulo adziko lathu.

Thyolo2
Thyolo2
10 months ago

I totally endorse this witch hunt. Afiti onse hunt them, nail them in court, toss them into the cooler ( or is it heater ? ), and throw away the keys.🀺🎯 β›“πŸ”—πŸ”’…….πŸ”‘

President Chisokonezo
President Chisokonezo
10 months ago

Apheni

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