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Police in Lilongwe have arrested 29 people suspected to have been involved in looting and inciting violence in Mchesi and Biwi townships.


The suspects are between the ages of 16 and 40, Lilongwe deputy Police spokesman Benjamin Foster said.


Foster said the key suspect is Blessings Makumba, popularly known as Rasta.

He and others allegedly broke into a shop at Kaphiri and stole property worth K2 million.


Some of the property has since been recovered from him.


The suspects are being held at Lilongwe and Kawale Police stations and will be taken to court soon.


Some youths in Mchesi and Biwi looted shops mainly belonging to Burundi nationals with a false word that the latter were involved in the murder of some motorcycle operators whose bodies were found in the location.


But Police say no foreigner was involved in the brutal killings of the victims, but it was the work of locals.


President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on Friday filed a litany of grounds of appeal against the nullification of the May 21 2019 presidential election.


TA Maganga now senior chief

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Government has elevated Traditional Authority Maganga of Salima district to the position of senior chief which was presided over by  Deputy minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Esther Majaza.


In a bid to alleviate hunger that has taken its toll in several parts of the country, one of the international non-profit organisations, Stephanos Foundation on Thursday donated 500 bags of maize flour worth K10 million at Maseya, Ngabu and Khoko in Chikwawa after flash floods  last month washed away crop fields leaving a significant proportion of the population in Chikwawa homeless and food insecure.

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