South Africa-based businessman Ufulu Loga is said to have angered the Kauma community where his workers are said to have continued with brick fence construction defying government position on the matter.
Kauma residence on Thursday took the law into their hands by destroying the brick fence which was built within the graveyard.
“We are doing this because we have been provoked so we will share all his land so that he should stop praying with the lives of people,” said one resident who identified himself as Mtenje.
A visit to the area on Thursday morning found a group of people waiting for their share from the ring leaders.
The land in question belongs to Ufulu Loga a well known businessman.
In an interview, Lameck Banda one of the beneficiary said he was happy that now he owns land.
Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development Symon Vuwa Kaunda issued a seven day ultimatum to a developer , who encroached a graveyard at Kauma , to demolish his fence.
Vuwa Kunda issued the ultimatum in response to complaints from Kauma residents, through Lilongwe Central Constituency legislator Alfred Jiya that the area is facing a huge challenge of people encroaching public land.