The opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has faulted the police for being silent on the attempted robbery at Lazarus Chakwera’s house who is the leader for the party.
The MCP through their second deputy secretary general Eisenhower Mkaka has faulted the silence arguing that the party suspects foul play on the attack.
“They are not saying anything and we are wondering what might have happened we are very suspicious with the break in and this confirms our fears,” said Mkaka.
He added that the police have failed to give an update of investigations on the matter, a development which has been described as “worrisome”.
The Malawi Police were yet to comment on the matter.
Over a month ago robbers invaded Chakwera’s residence in the capital Lilongwe but they were unsuccessful as the guards scared them off by shooting in the air.
Following the case, Police launched an investigation on the matter but up to date no arrests have been made.