Three arrested for possessing human bones in Mzuzu

Malawi Police in Mzuzu on Tuesday arrested three men for being found in possession of human bones.

One of the suspects says the bones were of his ex-wife

National Police spokesman James Kadadzera confirmed the arrest of three men but could not furnish more details, saying investigations are still underway.

Police sources say one of the suspects disclosed that the bones were of his ex-wife who died in 2017 and had her body exhumed.

The suspects were arrested outside a supermarket.

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ELIJAH VERSUS BAAL
3 years ago

this is dpp police propaganda trying to cover up Peter –ntaba -nankhumwa -goodal -dausi who are involved in the scalm

Angoni apaphata
Angoni apaphata
3 years ago

Paja maliseche anali konko……

Kaitano
Kaitano
3 years ago

Mafupa ake ndi ati pamenepo?

Peter Munthalika
3 years ago

Mundibweletsele ku State house ndipangile zinazake.

Chimulilenji 2
3 years ago

We need shot to kill policy again

CITIZEN
CITIZEN
3 years ago

NOBODY CAN BELIEVE SUCH A SMART LIE. IT’S JUST A PUBLICITY STUNT TO MAKE IT LOOK LIKE THE GOVERNMENT IS MAKING STRIDES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ALBINO KILLINGS. BY NOW, EVEN A LITTLE KID KNOWS WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE BRUTAL, RITUALISTIC MURDERS.

Bishop msunduni
3 years ago

Basi phokoso thooooooo awatuma awatuma.Now they will say atituma .yet they are there looking for market.They have been phoning people. Th

Duli
Duli
3 years ago

Atumbuka…..shaa!

Telon
Telon
3 years ago
Reply to  Duli

Where in the story does it say those arrested are Tumbukas or from the North? Most of the suspects are from the Lomwe Belt including the chief priest of the voodoo.

Duli
Duli
3 years ago
Reply to  Telon

The location of the arrest and the looks of the people dhyera (pronounced in capital letters) is clearly visible.

Chakumlenji
Chakumlenji
3 years ago
Reply to  Duli

Iwe pamatako pako wapulika?

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