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MALAWIAN HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST FINALLY OUT ON COURT BAIL

by African Connect Site

The man who is criticizing the Malawi government on various issues concerning the nation has spent over 6 days from the day he was arrested in the city of Lilongwe in Malawi at his house in Area 25 as he is being accused of connecting Electricity illegally on the rented house.

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Kalindo in Blue shirt

The human rights activist Mr Bon Kalindo was remanded to Maula prison as the magistrate court Nsekandiana had put her judgement on whether he should be granted bail or not.

Today 31 January was the date set and it was around 10 morning hours when the court reconvened and heard both sides government and accused respectively.

The government side was objecting for him to be granted bail as the investigations were not yet completed. The state prosecutor said that their investigations were will be completed when they arrest Electrician who did the job.

In his response lawyer for Kalindo  Counsel Khonyongwa argued that is not a valid reason to deny his client a bail and luckily the accused finally got the bail.

This controversial Activist has been arrested four times in the space of two months because of criticizing the government for it’s corrupt practices and also not fulfilling the promises that were made during campaign period in 2020.

All the cases he is answering are publishing false information to the public, illegal power connection and also issues concerning the president.

Currently the man is out on bail and the dates to start hearing of the case will be announced in future dates.

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