Police in Nkhotakota are looking for criminals who raped and killed a six-year-old girl in the district. According to a press statement issued by Nkhunga Police spokesperson Laban Makalani, the incident occurred last week on the Friday at Kachiwunda village (popularly known as Kakuyu) in the area of Traditional Authority Kanyenda in Nkhotakota.
As a way of boosting primary education, government of Malawi has announced that it will construct 13 primary schools in Blantyre, Zomba and Mzuzu. This was disclosed on Tuesday afternoon by Minister of Finance Goodall Gondwe in the August House during 2017/18 National Budget deliberations. Nkhotakota South East legislator Makowa Mwale asked Gondwe to shed more light on government’s plans regarding the funds allocated towards primary education.
Mchinji first grade magistrate court has ordered a renowned businessman in the district to pay a fine of K10,000 for claiming that four police officers stole his K15 million. The court through state prosecutor sergeant Chipiliro Kalimira heard that the businessman commonly known as Chitipa but whose real name is Eckson Mbughi, 31, was arrested last week together with two other people.
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