Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Featured Video

Latest Stories

Top 10 Music

Upcoming Events

Faka Friday Vibes

Fri, 31 May 2024 18:00:00 UTC @ Blues Bar & Restaurant - Milly Entertainment Presents "Faka Friday Vibe" with live music performances from Jetu, Jay Jay Cee, Black Nina, FadaMoti Kineo and Aidfest Madness. The show will start from 6PM till yo... More Info
Amapiano Fest

Sat, 01 Jun 2024 12:00:00 UTC @ BICC Amphitheatre - Winter gig is here on 1st June 2024 With Amapiano Fest at BICC Amphitheatre in Lilongwe. The event will have live music performances by Lady Lady Du and Myztro from South Africa And Zez... More Info

Driver Fined For Causing Death In KK

Nkhunga First Grade Magistrate in Nkhotakota has sentenced Buthelezi Nacho 30, to pay a fine of K400,000 for causing death by reckless driving.
Sergeant Thandiwe Maseko Mshanga, Deputy publicist Nkhunga Police Station said the state prosecutor told court that the driver hit a bicycle cyclist Steven Phiri on 22 October, 2020 at Nkhunga cemetery along Nkhotakota – Nkhatabay M5 road, and died on the spot.
Mshanga further indicated that the prosecutor, Sub Inspector Mickeas Chatsira further presented to court that Nacho who was driving a motor vehicle registration number BP957/MN6141 Freightliner had also committed other offences such: driving a motor vehicle without drivers’ license and driving a motor vehicle without insurance.
“Nacho pleaded guilty to all charges levelled against him. But in submission, Sub Inspector Chatsira told the court to consider giving a meaningful sentence citing drivers’ negligence on the road is promoting road accidents and that the deceased was a breadwinner to his family.
And in his mitigations Nacho asked for leniency saying that he is the first offender and that he has a family to look after.” Said Mshanga
“Giving sentence First Grade Magistrate Kingsley Buleya concurred with the state and went ahead and ordered the convict to pay a fine of K400,000 in default to serve 12 months imprisonment with hard labour. The convict has paid the fine of which K300,000 will be treated as compensation to the bereaved family” disclosed Mshanga
Buthelezi Nacho hails from Matale village, T/A Phambala in Ntcheu district.
Source: Beyondfm

 

Subscribe to our Youtube Channel:

Related Posts

Face of Malawi
Face of Malawihttps://www.faceofmalawi.com
For more Info: info@faceofmalawi.com

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Popular Articles