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HITMAN NABBED, POLICE CONFIRMS THE ARREST AS STATEHOUSE PUSHES FOR HIS RELEASE

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Police National Headquarters has confirmed that Salima Police is keeping in custody Mr Nathan Chatchyoka who was seen loading a pistol by army officers who quickly and smartly moved and nabbed the guy before surrendering him to Salima Police.

The hitman was arrested near Senga bay with unregistered pistol. Salima police station are keeping the hitman.

“We did not arrest the hitman as per gossip, the hitman was arrested by Army officials who saw the guy loading his unlicenced pistol.

“The hitmans gate away car registration number NE4481 was parked nearby which was searched for more clues,” said the police source which has confirmed that the said man is in custody.

According to Nathan’s testimony, he lives in Lilongwe but he is from Chikwawa, Ngabu in particular. He was using a car registration number NE 4481 at the time. (Yet to confirm if this is a car which was seen following Dr Laz after after attending a funeral for Muluzis Daughter.)

Afriem Sources: Nathan Chatchyoka along side 5 other officials received military training with the army paid by the state during Bingu era. It is believed the that 6 are being used as hitmen by state house officials.

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3 Comments

  1. Daniel Smith Kaphikire Phwetekere August 4, 2017 at 5:04 pm -  Reply

    That’s going on????

  2. Ephraim Kamanga August 4, 2017 at 5:43 pm -  Reply

    God will see us through very soon

  3. Patrick Mtajah August 5, 2017 at 2:14 pm -  Reply

    I haven’t gone thru the story but what surprises me is that why putting chakwera’s pic on the post?

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