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Pathologist Mwale testifies in Wittika murder case

The Allan Wittika murder case continues this morning at the High Court in Lilongwe, where the prosecution team is expected to parade two witnesses, including Pathologist Dr Andrew Mwale who examined the body of late Allan Wittika.

Wittika was found dead in his official company vehicle on 20 September 2023.

The State has, so far, paraded seven witnesses.

Suspect Lester Maganga, who is remanded at Maula Prison, pleaded not guilty.

He is facing two counts: murder and being found in possession of ammunition without permission.

The prosecution team has since warned people in the gallery that the testimony of today’s first witness, Andrew Mwale, contains graphic images.

Mwale, a registered clinical officer and currently serving as Senior Clinical Officer in the Forensic Department at the Kamuzu Central Hospital, is the one who did a postmortem on Wittika’s body.

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