The Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM) has continued to question the slow pace in the handling of abduction and murder cases involving its members where some high-profile politicians are implicated.

APAM drew their attention towards the MacDonald Masambuka murder case which is awaiting judgment in the High Court almost a year after it was concluded.

At least 12 people, including senior former governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) officials, were allegedly implicated as participants in his abduction and murder in 2018.

APAM president, Ian Simbota has since described the slow delivery of justice in the case as disheartening while appealing to the Tonse administration to ensure that the rights and safety of persons with albinism are guaranteed.

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