No Party for Chisale: Re-arrested, Denied Bail


Former Security Aide of President Peter Mutharika Norman Chisale has today re-arrested for the fourth time in a row over a fake certificate he used to acquire a job at Malawi Defence Force (MDF).

Chisale will spend more days at Maula Prison as court has denied him bail on accusation of murdering former Anti-Corruotion Bureau (ACB) Officer Issah Njauju in 2014.

Recently, renowned Muslim Journalist Idriss Ali Nassah claimed that people who brutally killed Issah Njauju deserve a death penalty.

Nassah who is known to be former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) critic said Njauju’s death was terrible.

“One of the persons closely involved with investigations into the murder of Anti-Corruption Bureau’s Issa Njaunju tells me there was a day, after learning the details, he broke down and cried; “If ever there was a good case for the death penalty, this is it,”

“They tortured Njaunju in the most gory of ways that, when the testimony comes to trial, I have doubts his family will manage to sit through it all. No human being should ever meet their death at the hands of another, so hideously,” Nassah wrote on his Facebook wall.

Nassah made reference as how he was also attacked during the DPP regime.

“When Bangwe 1 and his DPP goons—intoxicated with a sense of invincibly and impunity—accosted me between two cars at Shoprite in 2018, they said they were taking me away to “cut my balls,”

“Uziwa lelo”, they boasted, “boma limalanga”. It chills me to the bone to imagine, given how they mercilessly mutilated Njaunju, that they likely meant it and indeed would have decimated my genitals,”
“All for what? So that Peter, Getrude, Chisale, Tadikira, Mulli, Mukhito, Muhara and their associates could continue plundering Malawi’s resources without the inconvenience of being asked to account for what they were doing,” he claimed.