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Masambuka Case Judgement Today

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The High Court in Blantyre is today expected to pass its sentence to convicted Catholic Priest Father Thomas Muhosha and 11 others in the MacDonald Masambuka murder case.

Father Thomas Muhosha of Mulombozi Parish in Zomba was arrested after he was mentioned as one of the people who took part in the brutal killing of Masambuka, a boy with albinism.

Among those convicted and expected to be sentenced today include Police officer, Chikondi Chileka, Machinga District Clinical Officer, Lumbani Kamanga and Masambuka’s biological brother Kassim Masambuka.

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