UDF’s Ndanga murder case committed to High Court

Lilongwe Magistrate Court has committed to High Court for hearing  a case involving United Democratic Front (UDF) spokesperson Ken Ndanga in which he is accused of having a hand in the petrol bombing of UTM Party offices in Lilongwe that led to loss of three lives.

Ndanga: Charged

Ndanga appeared before the Lilongwe Magistrate’s Court Monday morning for charges related to the death of three members of the Tambala family in Area 24.

He is being accused alongside Kassim Hassan.

The three counts include the murder of Ajussa Tambala, the murder of Alice Tambala and the murder of Shakura Tambala, all members of the same family.

Ndanga, wearing a black suit and read necktie, entered the court wearing a hood, a mask and a pair glasses. He listened attentively to the charges before existing the court, once again wearing the head gear and glasses.

His co-accused Kassim asked the court to read the charges in vernacular Chichewa language.

The torching happened prior to the June 23 fresh presidential elections.

A security guard at the UTM Party office, Selemani Tambala, his wife Ayiles and son Shukuran, who were part of the family living in the office backyard, died several days later at Kamuzu Central Hospital from burns sustained in the fire.

Police earlier arrested four other people in connection with the UTM Party offices attack .

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Muhariwa
Muhariwa
10 months ago

A judge go and do other jobs in Zambia and use government vehicle with all registered but remember to put an ordinary number plate on the car. You should come back after two weeks and third day resting.

Chilima game yagona
Chilima game yagona
10 months ago

So you mean the head of the Tambala family were employed by UTM as guard and was assigned to be living in the office? UTM is useless and needlessly put the lives of the family in danger. I have never heard of an employee who lives in the office as part of the contract.

Chipato mike
Chipato mike
10 months ago

Iweyo ndiamene uli useless osamvetsa nkhani bwanji amakhala Ku backyard ya utm office kapena chizungu simumva

Tommy
Tommy
10 months ago

Kkkkkkk the thoughts of a cadet… so it warranted for them to be murdered???

mzika
10 months ago

NKHANI YA IMFA NDI MABALA A MOTO IMANDIMVETSA CHISONI , KUWONA M’MENE ANA NDI MAKOLO ANAFELA.
KOMA KUMATI KEN NDANGA MUNTHU WA MZERU KOMANSO ODZIWA KULANKHULA AKUKHUDZIWA ABALE ZOOPSYA( YAKOGOYA KWABASI) NGATI NDI A TCHEYA ANAMUTUMA KUTI APHE VICE PRESIDENT NDI KUMULAKWILA KEN NDANGA AMENE ALI NDI TSOGOLO LOTI AKWANILITSE.
MALAWI PLEASE STOP PRIMITIVE POLITICS!!

Phudzi
Phudzi
10 months ago

Anthu mukamati Ndanga ndi ozindikira muku tanthauza chani? Ozindikira amapanga zomwe anapanga bakha ameneyu?

ERUTU
ERUTU
10 months ago

Makako akukuyembekezera Young Democrat iwe.

Dziwa lero KUTI mwazi wamunthu ndiowophya KWAMBIRI kuwukhetsa mwadala umazaona ngati malodza ukusanzika akazako, ana ndi abale ako ulendo wa kumakako 🏹

Hassan abbubar karim
10 months ago

But why ? Why? Kupha bambo Tambala , Mayi Tambala and Mwana…
Ngakhale kusiya pa ndale at the end tonse ndife aMalawi..

Malawi belong to the citizens

Aphedwe nawonso akapezeka wolakwira malamulo adziko lathu.kuponya petrol bomb kwa wina aliyense ukuyenera kukhala mlandu waukulu kwambiri.Three family members died in such a painful death.Aphedwe nayenso.This is not the time for dirty politics.Malawians let’s try to do clean politics.RIP the Tambala family.

James Banda
James Banda
10 months ago

Fingers were pointing to DPP cadets, yet it was UDF young democrats. Shame!!! Now what is Atupele saying? Political witch hunting?

Nambuma Girl
Nambuma Girl
10 months ago
Reply to  James Banda

Nanga chipani chikakhala chakupha ngati DPP ndi momwemotu.

Maunits
Maunits
10 months ago

This is bad. Ndale zanji zotere killing poor Malawians like that.

nafundo zalo
nafundo zalo
10 months ago

akatotiyendesa coseta awa. akuyandama mu ndalama

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