The note left by Malawi Defense Force (MDF) soldier who has committed suicide  in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by shooting himself while on a peacekeeping mission  shows  he was not happy of his duty of killing innocent souls.

The suicide note shared on social media private soldier sergeant Moses Ngwira from Chirumba Garrison in Karonga says he decided to take his own life because he got tired of killing and torturing innocent people.

According to information gathered Ngwira was assigned to leave for one of the war-torn areas in Lake Edward where rebels are killing people.

In fear of this, according to the information, Ngwira was afraid to take a front role and he thought of escaping the role by killing himself.

Moses in the note wrote:

Okondedwa makolo anga ndithokoze kamba kondiphuzitsa sukulu. Koma chisankho changa komwe ndidasankha kukhara msilikali ndichomwe chawononga moyo wanga. Chibwerereni kuno ndikungokhalira kupha anthu osalakwa, kuzuza anthu osalakwa.

Mtima wanga mtendere ndilibe mkana ndaganiza zoti ndikutsazikeni.

Mkazi wanga okondedwa chonde samala mwanayo tidzawonana moyo winawo. Abale ndi azanga nonse miyoyo yanu pakuti Mulungu sakondwera ndi imfa ya anthu ochimwa. – Signed Sgt Moses Ngwira.

Ngwira shot himself through the mouth.

The 26 year-old who joined MDF in 2012 was deployed to the DRC in May this year and was part of  Force Intervention Brigade (FIB), which has a mandate to conduct offensive operations.

MDF public relations officer Lieutenant Paul Chiphwanya said Ngwira did not even complain to anybody on the matter.

Ngwira who hailed from Matete village in the area of Traditional Authority Wansambo in Karonga is survived by a wife.

 

 

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