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Police asked to investigate more bout missing Unima student


Malawi Police Service has been asked to ut more interest in the missing of a 22 year-old College of Medicine student, Obey Chirwa who went missing some three weeks ago.

Commentators have said that the law enforcers should be the ones to engage the telecommunications service providers to check the call log of the missing student which could give them a lead as to who he talked to before the phone went off.

“It is the police and not the family that should be doing this call log issue. The family has limits but the police would probe all those he talked to and narrow down,” said a former Unima student.

Obey is said to have left the COM campus on March 5 2016 saying he was going out and promised to return the same night.

Investigations by the family has revealed that on March 6, Obey withdrew money from an ATM in Mangochi but since then, Obey has never done banking transaction.

He has also not gone to where his parents stay-..Bangwe (Chikunda) in Blantyre.

His family has since asked the general public who might have information regarding his whereabouts to inform the police or contact the parents through 0998270186 and 0888329992

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  1. Nellie Chong April 1, 2016 at 9:20 pm -  Reply

    Mmmmm sad

  2. Kitaz Hastings April 1, 2016 at 9:35 pm -  Reply

    Asked by who?

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