Roll of shame, State House terrorist named –Paulos Chisale

Regime thugs after being foiled by Kasambara's body guards. Police released them

A man who has been commandeering petro-bomb attacks on civil society leaders, Zodiak radio cars and who drove the regime thugs to firebomb former Attorney General Ralph Kasambara’s law firm has been named and shamed in the press.

Malawi News report on Saturday identified the Paulos Chisale, who works as a Presidential valet at the State House – his job is to keep the President’s shoes shined.

Apart from the Kasambara attack, Chisale is said to have been in-charge of the attacks on Zodiak car, petrol bomb on lawyer Patrick Mpaka recently and other atrocities.

Chisale, according to an affidavit by lawyer Lusungu Gondwe, dropped off the thugs near Kasambara’s Ralph and Arnolds Associates in a Toyota Corolla VVTi.

Kasambara was earlier tipped by government insiders of the plot to attack him and beefed up his security detail which apprehended three of the five regime thugs.

The lawyer claimed that after being quizzed, the three men that they were sent on the mission by President Bingu wa Mutharika officials in the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

They revealed that Presidential valet Chisale drove the car.

Chisale is reported to be working closely with Binstony Kutsaira, the new head of notorious National Intelligence Services.

Kutsaira has since equipped his spies and terror with five new vehicles plus two for himself.

The vehicles, Toyota carina, and corollas, were bought at Biwi Triangle to the tune of K15 million.

“I can confirm that Mr Bintony Kutsaila bought me the vehicles.  I was communicated to acquire the vehicles from South
Africa late last month as a matter of urgency. As for what the vehicles will be used, you can contact him. But he paid
cash,” said the one of the traders who refused to be named.

According to sources within the state spy agency, one of the vehicles was the one used to attack lawyer Kasambala.

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