Police say Mtambo in ‘normal’ road accident: ‘No foul play on rights activist’

The accident in which Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) Chairperson Timothy Mtambo was involved in on November 14, can be described as normal according to the police report.

Mtambo:  Police reports says normal accident
The scene at activist Timothy Mtambo’s car smash

The accident occurred at Kagwa Parish along the Kaunda road. The vehicle, a Ford Ranger Double Cabin, in which Mtambo was in with registration number BU 4341 collided with a Nissan NOTE with registration number CK 5141 according the report.

The Ford Ranger Double Cabin was driven by Gift Sinyangwe, 47, from Namasasa village in the area of chief Mwaulambia in Chitipa district and was carrying Timothy Mtambo and Shemu Mtambo.

The HRDC Chairperson and the driver sustained minor injuries.

The Nissan NOTE was driven by Edwin Konamu, 29, from Chasasa village in the area of chief Makwangwala in Ntcheu district.

Reads the police report compiled by KN/MP/TAR/332/2019, “[The accident] occurred on 14/11/2019 at about 08:10 hours at Area 49, Kagwa Parish along Kaunda Road.

“Brief facts are that on the above stated date, time and place driver of the motor vehicle registration No BU 4341 Ford Ranger Mr. G. Sinyangwe was driving the said motor vehicle from the direction of Gulliver heading towards Area 25 and on board he carried two passengers namely; Mr. Timothy Mtambo c/o HRDC, Box 2340, LL and Mr. Shem Mtambo, c/o Box 2340, LL.”

The report says upon arrival at Kagwa Catholic Church, the Ford Ranger collided with the Nissan NOTE saloon which was coming from the opposite direction and was turning right while the other vehicle was at a short distance.

The report further says the Ford Ranger had its front near side extensively damaged while the Nissan NOTE had its near side front extensively damaged.

Adds the report: “The driver Mr. Gift Sinyangwe and a passenger Mr. Timothy Mtambo sustained minor injuries.”

A senior police officer said the accident was normal and that it would be wrong to suspect foul play.

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jogoda
jogoda
1 year ago

its normal unless if he suspects the nissan note driver. komabe i dint think so that he risk his life colliding with chi haveavy duty ford ranger

vikhumbo
vikhumbo
1 year ago

congrats to Dr Jooma for making Malawi proud. Nkhani zabwino izi

Nasingwe
Nasingwe
1 year ago

The police,are just a pain in the arse.
bastards

katayeni chitutu
katayeni chitutu
1 year ago

DPP Police

dada hoic
dada hoic
1 year ago

its normal

Da Rookie who keeps it real

It’s hard to tell whether it’s a normal accident or not. Besides, it’s the police reporting that way. Mind you “THE POLICE”. People have lost trust in the police by the way. God knows what really transpired.

mada k
1 year ago

the same police who ruled that chasowa anadzipha yekha mukuyembekeza kuti anene kuti it was foul play?

Mwenethengere
Mwenethengere
1 year ago

But the Ford Ranger was so full of tumbukas and a muBurundi. Mwana wakwithu syndrome at work nde mudzikana apa anganyanu. Anyway, good it was a minor accident and the occupants escaped with minor injuries and that no life was lost.

jogoda
jogoda
1 year ago
Reply to  Mwenethengere

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii koma abale inu musiyeni munthu. has the right to chat with friends he likes. unless

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
1 year ago

Normal?

Ada
Ada
1 year ago

You call an accident ‘Normal’ hmmmmmm Malawi yatsogola

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