Gabriel Kamlomo

Gabriel Kamlomo

Malawi Defense Force commander, General Vincent Nundwe, has told Zodiak Online that people in Malawi should not despair as the army in conjunction with the Malawi Police Service have put in place measures to ensure peace and safety around the time the Constitutional Court will pronounce its' verdict in the presidential election case.

Registrar of the High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal in Malawi, Agnes Patemba, has announced that ruling of the constitutional court judges trying the presidential election case shall be pronounced on Monday, February 3rd, 2020.

Diana Bhagwanji, one of the suspects in the mysterious death of 23-year-old Kottana Maria Chidyaonga of Lilongwe, has hired a pathologist who is challenging the accuracy of an autopsy by another pathologist suggesting this was a homicide.

The graft-bursting Anti-Corruption Bureau has hinted on other new arrests following the arrest, Wednesday, of Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira Group Executive for FDH Holdings.

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira, Chief Executive Officer for FDH bank in connection with allegations that some people tried to bribe the five Constitutional Court judges trying the presidential election case.

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira, Chief Executive Officer for FDH bank in connection with allegations that some people tried to bribe the five Constitutional Court judges trying the presidential election case.

Registrar of the High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal in Malawi, Agnes Patemba, says the verdict which constitutional court judges are currently putting together on the presidential election case will be out between January 27th and February 3rd.

Lilongwe Chief Resident Magistrate, Violet Chipawo, has ordered further detention of the three suspects in the sudden death of Lilongwe’ girl,  Kottana Chidyaonga.

The Malawi Congress Party and the Freedom Party have issued separate statements condemning what they call “reckless and discriminatory’ and ‘tribalistic and nepotistic’ tendencies by leaders of the Democratic Progressive Party-DPP.

Anti-Corruption Bureau Director General, Reyneck Matemba, Tuesday sought to ease the pressure for action mounted on his office following Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda’s report of alleged attempts, by two citizens, to corrupt Concourt judges.

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