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Three more nabbed in Gammora syndicate

Barely three days after police in Mangochi arrested Mary Julius on allegations that she was selling gentamicin injection as an HIV/AIDS cure through her TikTok page, three more suspects (two females and a male) have been arrested in connection to the same.

Mangochi Police Station Public Relations Officer, Amina Tepani Daudi, said the two are Molly Kainga, 34, Chisomo Chikopa, 27, and Steven Tanganyika, 30.

During interrogation with the first apprehended suspect, she mentioned Kainga as her business partner and was arrested on March 5, 2024, in Salima where she also operates the Gammora business after she was found with bottles of gentamicin and Gammora stickers.

“Upon thorough questioning, the two ladies revealed that they were working together with two others who both work in separate pharmacies within Mangochi Township and were suppliers of the Gentamicin injection in the scheme,” said Daudi.

Daudi said Kainga will answer charges of being found in possession of medical drugs without a license and theft while the other two have been charged with selling/supplying medicine without following prescription procedures.

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