FORMER TIMOTHEOS EMPLOYEE’S CASE ADJOURNED TO FRIDAY, MAY 28

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The Limbe Magistrate Court has on Wednesday adjourned to Friday, May 28 the ruling on whether or not a Dutch national alleged to have molested Malawian girls and boys has got a case to answer.

The development follows the crushing of the computer which contained a ruling belonging to Magistrate Tsoka Banda who is presiding over the case.

State lawyer, Victor Jere, confirmed the development to the media saying the ruling has, therefore, been shifted from today to Friday owing to the crush.

Wim Akster, a former Finance Director at Timotheos Foundation is answering charges of indecent assault and child trafficking.

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