Policeman confiscates bag of charcoal in Karonga, and dies ‘defecating’ it

A Malawi Police Service (MPS) officer who was stationed at the Malawi-Tanzania Songwe Border had died after allegedly “defecating” charcoal following a confiscation of a 50 kilogram bag of charcoal from a trader who was intending to cross the border.

Mwagomba: The deceased cop

Mike Mwangomba, who hailed from Ngerenge in the area of Traditional Authority (T/A) Kilupula in the district, is said to have confiscated the bag which he later took to his home for his personal use.

Sources who have spoken to Nyasa Times say the owner of the charcoal was “quite pissed” when Mwangomba demanded that he surrender the bag of charcoal.

“He courteously asked Mwangomba why he was concerned about the bag of charcoal when he was not a forestry officer to which the officer unleashed obscenities to the trader and then slapped him,” our source said.

When he got home, Nyasa Times has learnt, Mwangomba started noticing strange things and then started “defecating charcoal.”

Our source further reported that upon noticing the strange occurrences on his body, Mwangomba informed his relatives who took a cow and K100 000 to the trader for appeasement but the man denied having any knowledge of what they were saying.

Hours later the police officer died, and was buried on Friday in his village.

 

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Mmora Muroma
Mmora Muroma
1 year ago

George Thindwa if this st toory is is true I humbly request you to go and challenge this charcoal trader to prove your ” ufiti kulibe” tantrums.

Real Strategic Advisor
Real Strategic Advisor
1 year ago

It seems this is a case of ulcers that bled in the upper abdomen. When this happens the sufferer passes what is called “malaena”-black stools. verify with google. The follow up is usually dizziness consistent with him seeing unusual things before he passes out or dies. So the witchcraft story is the our most primitive reaction to unexplained occurrences. It’s okay for us humans to react this way however, today with the advancement of science, it is rather inappropriate for adults to fall in this category of use logic to explain new or strange sequences of events. Away with unfounded… Read more »

Horace
Horace
1 year ago

This isn’t true.

dalo
dalo
1 year ago

Please can i have the contact details of this man……nditumizileni ndithu.

Popapo
Popapo
1 year ago

There is a fruit in Karonga called mfulu, it is very good to make someone feel constipated, and in some cases you can feel very uncomfortable. when you go to the toilet you will experience black hard bricketts type of faeces.

bandafred9@gmail.com
1 year ago

Hahahahahaaha paja ndi omwewa amakana zoti ufiti kulibe.

Chilipa Thako
1 year ago

Izizi ndiye zofunika ,kulanga anthu akuba ngati awawa amene amagwiritsa malamulo anchito yawo molakwika .

Robert Mugabe
Robert Mugabe
1 year ago

Atumbuka kukonda ufiti. Mpaka osakhululuka?

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1 year ago

😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 ndiye pa mimbapo anagwira kuti apite kukanyera?

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