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TWO MORE TO TESTIFY IN CHISALE CASE

The Principal Resident Magistrate’s Court in Lilongwe will tomorrow continue cross -examining witnesses in the case involving Norman Chisale, bodyguard to former president Peter Mutharika.

Among the state witnesses expected to testify is Minister of Justice Titus Mvalo.

When the court reconvened on Tuesday, Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Masauko Chamkakala, and Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Chief Investigations Officer, Vilera Liwonde, were cross examined where they, among others, outlined the threats they allegedly received from Chisale.

In his statement, Chamkakala told the court that he was threatened by Chisale through a letter, in which he said “angry people can be dangerous and are difficult to handle.”

Liwonde, on his part, told the court that Chisale threatened to mobilize journalists and demonstrators to move the ACB to fast-track his case as he could not sustain his family bills since his bank accounts were frozen.

Chisale stands accused of intimidation, among other charges.

Reported by Annette Kampango
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