Police responds to concerns on APM’s step son arrest


National spokesperson for the Malawi Police Service (MPS) Peter Kalaya has responded to concerns being raised following the arrest of Tadikira Mutharika, step son to the former head of state Peter Mutharika.

After Tadikira’s arrest different stakeholders including the former president described the arrest as shocking and unjustified.

In an interview with the press Kalaya said the police will not be influenced by outside force or any interested party to the case.

According to Kalaya, they have enough evidence gathered connecting all the suspects including Tadikira.

“We are the ones investigating this case and through these investigations, we have gathered enough evidence that connects each one of the five suspects to the crime that was committed. The evidence will be presented in court at an appropriate time,” said Kalaya.

Today the former head of state and his wife Gertrude, visited Tadikira Mutharika who is being remanded at Maula Prison in Lilongwe.

He and four others have been charged with murder over the mass grave that was found In Mzimba.

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Flora Mitumba
Flora Mitumba
Email: info@faceofmalawi.com


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