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Organisers Of Demonstrations To Be Liable For Losses

Organisers Of Demonstrations To Be Liable For Losses

News
Minister of Homeland Security, Jean Muonaowauza Sendeza, says organisers of demonstrations will be liable for all losses incurred during demonstrations. The minister disclosed this in Parliament in response to a legislator from Ntcheu who told the House that innocent business persons in Ntcheu had their shops looted by demonstrators. "The demonstrators are abusing section 38 of the Constitution. They are infringing on other citizens' rights to own and operate businesses.Recently we have seen that looters are part and parcel of the demonstrators as such we will ensure that the organisers are held responsible," she said. The House has also agreed that those who stage abductions should face the law. "We are aware that some people stage abductions. We will put this to an end by pr...
Sendeza Accuses DPP Party For Staging Namiwa’s Abduction

Sendeza Accuses DPP Party For Staging Namiwa’s Abduction

Politics
Minister of Homeland Security Jean Sendeza has accused Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) of staging the abduction of Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (Cdedi) executive director Silvester Namiwa and another person, only identified as Chinthenda. The minister, speaking in Parliament this afternoon, also defended the presence of people carrying weapons in Lilongwe today saying they were only trying to protect their businesses. Sendeza went on to accuse DPP of bringing people from Thyolo to do demonstrations in Lilongwe. Sendeza was responding to questions from DPP member of Parliament (MP) George Chaponda regarding the alleged abduction of Namiwa and the presence of people in some streets of Lilongwe who were seen carrying panga knives. Chaponda also all...
Man Impersonates Cabinet Minister In Police Recruitment Scandal, Dupes Recruits MK150,000 Each

Man Impersonates Cabinet Minister In Police Recruitment Scandal, Dupes Recruits MK150,000 Each

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Information sourced by this publication indicates a man only identified as Faliopa pocketed Mk150, 000 from over 100 youths in the country with a promise that they will be recruited in the Malawi Police Service (MPS) in the country. The trickster is said to have impersonated Minister of Homeland Security Jean Sendeza in the whole scam. Some of the youths are among the newly recruited police officers who have been expelled at Mtakataka and Kanjedza Police Training Schools. Minister of Homeland Security Jean Sendeza confirmed of the development in an interview the press. According to Sendeza, police have launched a manhunt for the suspect. “Police are currently hunting for this man for duping these youths and also denting my name. He was collecting money up to K150,000 [per p...