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Govt Calls South African Govt To Arrest And Extradite Ben Longwe

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Government has requested the South African government to arrest and extradite a Malawian based in that country known as Ben Longwe.

Director of Public Prosecution, Steven Kayuni and Police Publicist, Harry Namwaza, have confirmed the development.

The government’s request follows a warrant of arrest that was obtained by law enforcement agencies for cyber-related offences and threats against judicial officers and legal practitioners in Malawi.

Of late cyber-related crimes have been prosecuted in Malawian Courts in a bid to deter threats, character assassination and peddling of lies on social media.

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