Malawi Govt pleads patience on martyrs’ compensation

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The Malawi Government through the Attorney General (AG) has pleaded for patience from the families whose relatives were killed for protesting against British rule.

Speaking at the commemoration of Martyr’s day in Nkhatabay district, AG Charles Mhango, pleaded for patience from  families of the victims who were shot dead by the British soldiers Mhango.

Ministry of Agriculture

Attorney General Charles Mhango

He said Malawi government is yet to get a letter that authorized the shooting of sons and daughters of Malawi, the Nyasaland.

He further assured that government is to make sure that the bereaved families are compensated by British government.

During the commemoration of Martyr’s day on Saturday, families of people who were shot by colonial soldiers faulted government for not pushing for the compensation from Britain.

The families argued that it now is over five decades since their relatives were killed for opposing the British rule. Over thirty people were reported to have been killed by the British soldiers in 1959.

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  1. And also those who died during demonstration nthawi ya later president Bingu nawonse they have to be compensated iwonse they fought for Malawi

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