FREDOKISS Pleads Not Guilty of Electoral Offence
The Chief Resident Magistrate court in Mzuzu has set July 28 2020 as the day it will start hearing a case in which Penjani Fredokiss Kalua 34, Steven Mkandawire 31 and David Kausiwa 22 were arrested over an electoral offense on June 23 2020.
The three were arrested at Mlowe in Rumphi district.
They have been charged with the offence of using fraudulent means to induce another person to vote for or against a particular candidate of a political party which is against section 115 of the presidential and parliamentary elections act.
Kalua alongside his friends pleaded not guilty of the charge when they appeared before Chief Resident Magistrate Gladys Gondwe on Wednesday in Mzuzu.
State prosecutor Sub-Inspector Lloyd Banda told the court they will parade eight witnesses in court to prove their case.
Penjani popularly known in the music circles as Fredokiss is son to renowned politician Kamlepo Kalua.
His musical career took the spotlight when he was picked by UNICEF Malawi as an ambassador tasked to raise childrens voices.
He is popularly known amongst his youthful fans as ghetto KINGKONG.
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