The Malawi Police Service has concluded investigations in the murder of former Polytechnic engineering student, Robert Chasowa and has since presented the findings of the investigations to the ministry of justice for proper action to be taken.
National Police spokesperson, James Kadadzera said investigations of murders cases of Chasowa’s maginitude normally take time.
“These are not the easiest investigations to carry out because to get to the bottom of such a case it requires expertise and patience that is why it has taken us six years to finish the investigations,” he said.
He added that the police has done its part and it is up to the ministry of Justice to take action.
“We have presented our findings to the ministry of justice and we believe a proper action will be taken,” he said.
Recently, the DPP led government conceded failure in finding the murderers of Polytechnic student; Robert Chasowa and indicated plans to let the international community investigate the murder.
Speaking in an interview Justice Minister, Sammuel Tembenu said that the enquiries on Chasowa death had failed to come up with conclusive evidence that could reveal the murderers of the former Polytechnic student.
“Nothing has come out tof the commission of enquiries and in the meantime we want to hire intenatiinal investigators to help us,” he said.
He however said that Malawians would still know who killed Chasowa.
“We know it has been five years since we started these investigations but the fact is we have failed to come up with anything concrete.
“Our hopes now are on the international investigators we are about to hire because we know they will do the job better than us,” he said.