Man’s headless body found in Nsanje

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Police are investigating the death of a 70-year-old man whose body was found headless in Nsanje on Thursday.

Confirming the development was the district’s public relations officer Agnes Zalakoma who identified the deceased as Chatala Antonyo of Hapalikusala village T/A Malemia in the district.

Zalakoma said the murder of the man happened at Nthole Village in the area of Traditional Authority Malemia.

According to Zalakoma, the deceased was a watchman at a certain shop owned by Henly Chipojora of Balaka village T/A Malemia in the district.

On Wednesday night the victim did not report for duty as watchman and the following day he was found lying dead at Nthole village.

The matter was reported to Nsanje police Station and scene of crime was visited by CID personnel.

Law enforcers noted that the body was headless but the head was not anywhere near the crime scene.

The dead body was taken to Nsanje District Hospital for postmortem and police said enquires on the matter are underway to trace the killer(s).

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  1. These DISGUSTING BEASTS have started their nasty behaviours again of killing innocent citizens of our land. Before , albinos were the victims……..and now the beheading of people’s bodies. Last week Friday three beheaded bodies were found in Lilongwe, this time around in Nsanje…….. Honestly something need to be done to stop this brutal killings of our people.

    During the Muluzi regime things were the same as they are now……. NATIONAL INSECURITY……. People were just being murdered anyhow. Came the Late Honourable Bingu Wa Mtharika, he stopped that nonsense and cases of murder reduced……..THERE WAS PEACE………, and now in this Peter’s regime those cases have gradually risen…….What is going on in our land.

    Please Mr President and (Mr) Minister of Internal Security…….Do something to stop this madness that’s happening in our land. It’s your duties to ensure maximum security in the country​ (in all areas/angles).

    • dont you see that the part of the removed section of thr Rogue and vagabond law part is also a contributing factor lets be in the Police officers shoes how can we affect an arrest to suspects of these crime when the law is saying no?, these NGO’s will one day go and left Malawi in a pool of blood if things can not change and believe you me there is nothing the Police can do after all the law they are said to inforce give them limitations, Lastly i wish to thank your observation over the three leaders but i think you forgate to remind people that in all the praise Bingu recieved he was the one who was under heavy pressure from these silent NGO’s . its true Malawias were living in fear of not knowing what will happen next hance our protectors are hands tied behind their back

  2. These DISGUSTING BEASTS have started their nasty behaviours again of killing innocent citizens of our land. Before , albinos were the victims……..and now the beheading of people’s bodies. Last week Friday three beheaded bodies were found in Lilongwe, this time around in Nsanje…….. Honestly something need to be done to stop this brutal killings of our people.

    During the Muluzi regime things were the same as they are now……. NATIONAL INSECURITY……. People were just being murdered anyhow. Came the Late Honourable Bingu Wa Mtharika, he stopped that nonsense and cases of murder reduced……..THERE WAS PEACE………, and now in this Peter’s regime those cases have gradually risen…….What is going on in our land.

    Please Mr President and (Mr) Minister of Internal Security…….Do something to stop this madness that’s happening in our land. It’s your duties to ensure maximum security in the country​ (in all areas/angles).

    • dont you see that the part of the removed section of thr Rogue and vagabond law part is also a contributing factor lets be in the Police officers shoes how can we affect an arrest to suspects of these crime when the law is saying no?, these NGO’s will one day go and left Malawi in a pool of blood if things can not change and believe you me there is nothing the Police can do after all the law they are said to inforce give them limitations, Lastly i wish to thank your observation over the three leaders but i think you forgate to remind people that in all the praise Bingu recieved he was the one who was under heavy pressure from these silent NGO’s . its true Malawias were living in fear of not knowing what will happen next hance our protectors are hands tied behind their back

  3. Kodi tsopano after malubino ati muzizembetsaso mitu ya anthu osakafe!! oooooooo! malawians kodi dzikoli likunka kuti! can i say boko halam is in malawi now?

  4. Kodi tsopano after malubino ati muzizembetsaso mitu ya anthu osakafe!! oooooooo! malawians kodi dzikoli likunka kuti! can i say boko halam is in malawi now?

  5. What happened in this country,I feel very sorry for this country,because if Malawi is not going to change I am telling you this God he will live this country because it is too much of blood shed this is abomination before God

  6. What happened in this country,I feel very sorry for this country,because if Malawi is not going to change I am telling you this God he will live this country because it is too much of blood shed this is abomination before God

  7. Amalawi 24 Tamalembani nkhani zanuzi mu chichewa, ine sindinanvetu , mukuti Headless kaya mukutanthauza ma head set omvera mmakutu. Apo bii ndingobera ma comments a nthu nanenso ndinene kuti ” its so sad police must hunt those idiots & deal with them”

  8. Amalawi 24 Tamalembani nkhani zanuzi mu chichewa, ine sindinanvetu , mukuti Headless kaya mukutanthauza ma head set omvera mmakutu. Apo bii ndingobera ma comments a nthu nanenso ndinene kuti ” its so sad police must hunt those idiots & deal with them”