It is now five months since the death of Malawi’s Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director of the Corporate Affairs, Issa Njauju who was brutally murdered in July this year.
However, his death left scars to the remaining ACB officials as they are living in fear that they might be the next target.
Njauju was murdered when he was going home from work and he was found half buried near the presidential villas in Lilongwe.
Senior Public Relations Officer at ACB Egrita Ndala said they are working normally but still living in fear that the attackers who murdered Issa Njauju might seek them as the next target.
“We are working normally because we are mandated to do so but we are still living in fear that we might be the next target,” said Ndala.
Police revealed that the murder of Njauju was connected to the investigations of the plundering of taxpayers’ money at the capital hill.
So far, police have arrested only one person in connection with the murder.