The Supreme Court of Appeal has has rejected an application for injunction by former President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika’s bodyguard Norman Chisale.

Chisale asked the Court to grant him an injunction against further arrest by the Malawi Police Service.

Justice Chikopa observes that granting such an injunction is equal to unnecessary interference in law enforcement operations of the Malawi police.

Chisale is answering fraud and money laundering charges in relation to the importing of cement using the former president’s TPIN and another case of attempted murder in which he is alleged to have shot a woman in Chimwankhunda, Blantyre.

Currently Chisale is remanded at Maula Prison waiting bail ruling on case in which he is suspected to have had a hand in the gruesome murder of Issah Njauji from the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB).

Four days ago, the ACB freezed accounts of Norman Chisale, Mutharika, former First Lady Getrude Mutharika and Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) Commissioner Roza Mbilizi.

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