State has finished parading eight witnesses against Norman Chisale in an attempted murder that the bodyguard of former president, Peter Mutharika, is answering in the high court in Blantyre.
State lawyers have submitted call logs to prove that Norman Chisale had been interfering with state witnesses in an attempted murder case which he is answering.
State has applied for revocation of bail for Norman Chisale in an attempted murder case where he is suspected to have shot Sigele Amani in Blantyre last year.
Zodiak Online can confirm that for 15 days now, Norman Chisale, a murder suspect and private bodyguard for former President Peter Mutharika, is not at Maula Prison where he was remanded to by Judge Ivy Kamanga.
Norman Chisale, the private bodyguard to ex-President Peter Mutharika is seeking court protection from further arrests after three consecutive arrests in under two weeks.
Bodyguard of former president Peter Mutharika, Norman Chisale, has been granted bail by the high court in Blantyre.
The Fiscal and Fraud Unit of the Malawi Police Service has arrested Norman Chisale, private bodyguard for former president Peter Mutharika.