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Court Reduce To Three years on John Mussa Case

By Suleman Chitera Sep1,2022

The High Court in Blantyre has reduced to three years a custodial sentence for 19-year-old Mussa John who was convicted of unlawful possession of 78 bags Indian hemp.

Mussa was in June this year sentenced to eight years imprisonment.

Judge Vikochi Chima reviewed the case after Mussa through his lawyers applied for a review of the conviction and alternatively on the sentence on grounds that he was never in possession of the said illicit product.

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