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Chakwera Given 21 Days To Pardon Mussa John

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Organizers of the freeMussaParade have given President Lazarus Chakwera 21 days to address their petition before devising the next course of action on the matter.

Chakwera is currently attending the United Nations General Assembly in New York, United States of America and is expected back home on October 2.

The DC’s office in Blantyre has since hailed the organizers for conducting a peaceful parade.

Among others, the organizers have asked Chakwera to pardon Mussa John, a 19-year-boy who is serving a 3-year-jail-term for being found in possession of Indian Hemp.

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