Police net 6 for importing Zambia charcoal using Livingstonia Synod vehicle

Malawi Police Service  in Mzimba have arrested six Malawians for allegedly importing charcoal from Zambia without government authorisation.


CCAP Synod of Livingstonia vehicle carrying the Zambian charcoal

CCAP Synod of Livingstonia vehicle carrying the Zambian charcoal

Police say the six, who are on full remand, allegedly imported 135 bags of charcoal from Zambia into Malawi.

They allegedly used a  CCAP Synod of Livingstonia vehicle registration number MZ 47.

Desk officer for forest crimes at Mzimba Police detective Steven Simwera has identified five women as Cecelia Gama aged 28, Esher Khoza aged 27, Jessie Nyirenda aged 34, Judith Hara aged 27, Helen Chirwa aged 22 and a driver Frank Gondwe aged 29.

The five women have been charged with the offence of possession and importation of forest produce  while the driver will answer a charge of trafficking forest produce into the country.

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James mpata
James mpata
8 months ago

You cannot always fault Chakwera. We are complaining about deforestation. The government is stopping it and here we are pointing an accusing finger at Chakwera. Truth be told this problem has not been dealt with by Muluzi, the two Professor presidents from Goliati, Thyolo, and JB. Let us move forward without unfairly accusing HE LMC.

Ndadabwa
8 months ago

Komatu apolice ndinudi opepera. Full remand. What for. Norman, cash madam, dausi, roza mwangowasiya

james
james
8 months ago

lord have mercy pali mulandunso apa this world?

Mtonga Mwana
Mtonga Mwana
8 months ago

I honestly don’t see a good reason for putting these ladies on full remand. Osangowatchaja fine bwanji? Criminals are walking very freely out here.

Segwe
Segwe
8 months ago

Makala ndi a Mr Nyondo awapangaxeelease muonanso

Sitilora
Sitilora
8 months ago

Zausiru basi! Iwe umaphikira chani?

Kwitanda
Kwitanda
8 months ago

This vehicle has been on this errand for so long.

monosile
monosile
8 months ago

What do you want these innocent people to do for living, should they steal, why do you implement policies without considering life first? create 1million jobs as per your promise and see if this will continue.

Chidyafodya
Chidyafodya
8 months ago

Koma Malawi watsopanodi eeee.

Jobasi Chikweche Ngozo
8 months ago
Reply to  Chidyafodya

Boma la a Chakwera limenelo, munkangomva kuti boma, wagwa nayo ameneyo

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