by African Connect Site

Government of Malawi arrested 13 Police Officers on 5 July, 2020. These Officers are being accused of a case of murder where by the Albino Suspect Mr Buleya Lule died in Police custody at Lilongwe Police Station in the capital city of Malawi.

It was in the year 2018 when there was an investigation of finding out more about the killings of Albinos in Malawi.
 This investigation was being taken up by the police whilst in the process it was leaked that the suspect was mentioning the involvement of notable gurus of then rulling party Dr Hetherweck Ntaba.
One day as he was taken to court later in the night it was discovered that he was seriously sick and Mr Buleya Lule was taken to Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe where he was pronounced dead upon arrival.
The postmortem was conducted and it was revealed that Lule died due to loss of more blood as a result of being beaten and burnings. 
This report was still kept under secret as it was still the time of the accused rulling Malawi Government.
The hidden truth bursted out when new government took over the highest office. Malawi had Fresh Presidential Elections for the President as the previous one was nullified by the Constitutional Court of Malawi a pannel of 5 Judges headed by Justice Hilly Potani in Lilongwe.
The truth contained revealed that Buleya Lule was killed mercilessly by the some members of Malawi Police who were assigned to do the needed job.
The Police Officers were given a murder case and they started appearing before court at Lilongwe Magistrate Court later it was transferred to Lilongwe High Court under Judge Justice Ivy Kamanga.
The hearing of the case started and currently the suspects are applying for the Bail. It was first heard on 28 July, 2020 and later adjourned to 31 July, 2020 whether the Bail shall be granted or not.
The Police Officers answering the case are Mrs Evalista Chisale a Police Commissioner responsible for the Central Region, Head of Investigations at Central Region Police Headquarters and other 11 Junior Police Officers. Currently they are denying the charges leveled against them.

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