President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika’s aide Hetherwick Ntaba who is also National Task Force on people with Albinism Chairperson has rejected calls for him to resign over reports linking him to the gruesome murder of an Albino man, Macdonald Masambuka.

One of the suspects in the gruesome murder of Masambuka accused Ntaba on several occasions during his court appearance of being behind the murder.

The development forced the presiding Judge Zione Ntaba, a relative to Mutharika’s aide to rescue himself from the case.

The move also saw Association of Person with Albinisms in Malawi (APAM) through its President Ian Simbota calling for Ntaba’s resignation.

But Ntaba has refused to resign, saying the calls are unfounded.

“I see no reason for me to resign. This is a baseless allegation made by one of the suspects in court. This allegation is without evidence,” Ntaba was quoted as saying in one of the local radio station (Zodiak Broadcasting Station).

Masambuka, 22, was found buried on April 1, 2018 in Machinga.

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