Musician cum media personality Diktator has appeared on the list of people who had a hand in the abduction of politician Kamlepo Kalua.
Kalua went missing earlier last month and was found tied days later at Kwacha roundabout.
The Rumphi East Parliamentarian argued he needed time to make sense of the situation so that he may be in a better position to give Malawians a true account of events surrounding his missing.
He was last week provided with an opportunity to explain in Parliament as to what happened. In his speech, Kalua confidently mentioned former minister of agriculture, George Chaponda, as the one responsible for his missing.
According to the legendary political figure, Chaponda did not work in isolation as he had help of his son in law, Diktator. The Yanga Ija hitmaker is said to have fed his father in-law with false information that made Kalua a public spectacle.
“At the start of the mission, the fallen minister used his son in-law Dickson Shumba who is married to his daughter Rejoice Chaponda. Dickson works at MBC and his wife, Chaponda’s daughter, works at the ministry of foreign affairs.
“Dickson it seems told his father that he was friends with my son as they are both musicians in their free time. Dickson is known by the name Diktator when doing music. Dickson was sent to spy at my son’s house sometime back as he was going there as a friend,” said Kalua.
According to the parliamentarian, his family made a plan to give Dickson wrong information on the cars as they said the cars were not cleared by MRA. The People’s Party Vice President said Dickson was misinformed because they knew his spying mission was to get information on the cars.
“He later rushed with this information to his father in-law who took the news to his boss,” said Kalua.
The media personality’s name is only attached to preliminary events that led to the missing of the legislator. This publication will therefore make efforts to get his side of the story.