Thugs get away with K10m from vehicle

Malawi Police in central region tobacco growing  district of Kasungu are looking for thieves who took away K10.5 million from a vehicle whose owner left the money to buy sacks.

Kasungu police spokesperson Harry Namwaza said businessman Andrew Kachande had just withdrawn the money from First Capital Bank and took away a small amount of money to buy the sacks and left the rest in the vehicle.

“He left the K10.5 million in a laptop bag but when he came back after buying the sacks, he discovered that the laptop bag and the money were missing. This is when he reported the matter to police,” said Namwaza.

Namwaza advised people carrying huge sums of money to ensure that they are not trailed, there is somebody taking guard if the money is left in a vehicle and wherever possible, seek police escorts.

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Edgar jere
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Edgar jere

How can smebody lvn such huge amount of money wthout security…..lack of seriousness

Curtsley
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Curtsley

Only MEC can truly move with such huge sums of money nanga sizakuba to support vote rigging.
OUR GOD IS NOT DEAD. WHETHER IN GHANA OR WHAT WE HAVE SAME GOD. THE FLIGHT FLIES ABOVE BUT FINALLY IT LANDS. OUR GOD IS NOT james. THE PATIENCE OF GOD SHALL NEVER BE IN VAIN. IF ONE HAD BETTER JOBS IN USA, UK OR GHANA WHY THEN DID YOU COME TO SUCH PEACEFUL COUNTRY OF DULL AND COWARDS CITIZENRY LEAD BY GOATS ZITATHA KUCHEKA MATABWA HENCE MW IS NOW IN PROBLEMS.

NGATI
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Tippex ansah !

National CEO
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National CEO

Upon my analysis, it can be true that the man had 10.5mk. The man must be a tobacco vendor and he was going to buy tobbacco in the village. E-money does not work in this case.

Mwiri
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Sad

Mussa
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Mussa

This is a wake up call to the citizenry of this country. Please use electronic cards to avoid laundering around with such huge sums of money. It’s high time we stopped the culture of keeping lots of liquid money in our homes too. For car owners, please do not leave valuable properties in your un attended to cars to avoid opportunists breaking into.

Nelson Ngwira
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they must be an informer either inside or he was followed am sorry

namatetule
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Who moves around with that type of cash unless its MEC mouth seal or cashgate money. Lucky thieves

Smart Aunt Sally
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His name is Andrew Kachande. I doubt if he had K10.5million. I doubt.

maria Kachande
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maria Kachande

u dont know what u r saying and and must be stupid.

Dr. Mabushu
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Why not? He z a business man from Malomo in Ntchisi!!

martin
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martin

This is very bad but did he need 10.5m cash for? its time our financial institutions emphasised on electronic transactions