Women stash forex in underwear busted by Malawi Police at Kamuzu International Airport

Malawi Police on Monday arrested a business woman at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) in the capital Lilongwe for attempting to externalise $40 500 (about K31 million) which she had concealed in her knickers.

Forex in underwear

Jessie Kumwembe Ndisale: Was arrested at the airport

According to police spokesperson at KIA, Sapulani Chitonde Lee, the 35-year-woman is  Dalitso Chimbuli who hails from Kafanikhale Village, Traditional Authority (T/A) Msakambewa in Dowa District.

She is a holder of Malawi passport number MA597081 and was arrested in the departure lounge before boarding a Dar es Salam –bound Ethiopian Airways flight.

“Officers observed she had an object in her underwear which could not have been a sanitary pad. She was physically searched in the cubicle and police officers found forex concealed in her underwear wrapped in a toilet tissues paper,” said Chidonde Lee.

The woman was arrested after she failed to produce supporting documents for the cash but has been granted police bail.

She is expected to appear in court to answer charges if illegal possession of foreign currency and attempting to externalise forex.

The incident happened barely a week after KIA police also arrested 33-year-old Jessie Kumwembe Ndisale, an employee of Ulendo Travel Group Company in Lilongwe, for attempting to take out of the country forex without authorisation from the Reserve Bank of Malawi.

Kumwembe Ndisale hails from Tabu Village, Traditional Authority (T/A) Malemia in Zomba district.

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that’s unfair to take Malawians money without concert. Arrest her with hard labour.

nyatomwi selrach

mulephera kummanga George Chaponda yemwe waba chimanga cha ndalama zambiri mukulimbana ndi mkaziyu eeeeepaja amati mwamuna
mzako mpachulu kulinga utakwerapo. Ndye yemwe sanachimwepo ayambe kumugenda mwala mzimayiyu.Zachamba eti !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!wapolice iwenso umamufuna mkaziyu ndi kale!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chipepeso kukoma

ntchafulazo ndi zaka zake sizikugwirizana .Ndye mwati mkaziyu ngwakuti? nanga ndipange bwanji kuti ndikamuomboleko. Akananakhalatu
sibwezi mutammanga koma mwaona kuti mkaziyu ndi deal ndye mufuna kuti apolice muzimudya kkkkkkkkkkkk

Samson Jiya

Osamubelatu dollazo enanu Maso ali pomwepo kkkk


That is her hard earned money, it’s not stolen. Pse give it back to her.


Please just give the money to the cabin crew azikaika mundege akukupatsani mmomwemo this is studpi coz its not a crime which I want me reading about, next time please just speak to air hostess or captain then u r sorted.paline amino waphedwa apa

Austine Chipeta

Malawian authorities and policy makers are a disappointment to the business pipo how can they put such punitive regulations and in turn humiliate innocent hard working pipo while corruption is left,aside pipo who steal and evade customs in the name of Jesus Christ in the name of the church are left rampant!!!!!
Malawi will never wake up from its slumber until Jesus comes !

Geoffrey Kulupajili

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D Kazembe

Asaa Atomuonera Maliseche Ake.


Talk to us…we push serious cash on black Market. No amount is too small or too much…

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