Presidential Pardon Sets Free Linda Kunje


Government, through the Ministry of Homeland Security is set to release former commissioner of the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Linda Kunje this festive season.

In a document that faceofmalawi has seen signed by minister of Homeland Security Jean Sendeza, The Chief Commissioner of Prisons has been notified that Kunje has been included on the list of those to be released under the presidential pardon.

Sendeza has therefore ordered Chief Commissioner to release Kunje ‘immediately’.

Kunje was serving a 18 months jail sentence after she was found guilty for blocking president Lazarus Chakwera’s convoy as he was travelling from Zomba in the year 2021.

May be an image of text that says '.0%土) Ref, No. HA/2/1 MINISTER OF HOMELAND SECURITY The Chief Commissioner of Prisons. Prisons Headquarters P.O Box 28 Zomba. 6 December, 2022 Dear Madam INSTRUCTION TO RELEASE MS LINDA You will recall that the above person was convicted and currently serving 0 sentence n one of your prisons I wnite to further nform that she is on you ist of prisoners to be considered for pardon during the Christmas Festive Season therefore write to instruct you to release the said prisoner immediately shali be grateful or your compliance and urgency in dealing with the matter. Yours faithfully. Muonaowauza Sendeza,'

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