Malawi/June 4, 2019/Agency Reporter /No Comment/131 views /malawi Witness identify suspect in albino case: High Court adjourns to July 9 – Malawi Nyasa Timesshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel The High Court has adjourned to July 9 a case in which nine suspects are accused of killing a 14-year-old boy with albinism in Dedza. An artist’s impression of a court proceeding High Court judge Chifundo Kachale adjourned the case after the last witness took to the witness box on Tuesday. The judge has reserved June 19 for final submissions from the prosecuting and defense lawyers before his determination on whether the suspects have a case to answer or not. ALSO READ No date for start of tobacco salesThe last witness Lawrent Robert told the court that he recongised one of the suspects Kumbukani Patson. He said Patson and him married in the same area. Robert said on the day before the missing of Fanizo, Patson brought his clothes in a sacker bag, saying his marriage was over. The bag was exhibited in the court and the suspect recognized it as his. ALSO READ Collapse of church wall during overnight Easter prayers cause 22 wounded - Malawi Nyasa TimesRobert said after a day he heard that Patson was a suspect in the killing of Fanizo. Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV : Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:malawi share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleAlleged Fraud: Ekiti Assembly orders suspended council chairmen to refund N3.6bn – Premium Times Nigerianext articleMan Arraigned For Killing Son With Pressing Iron | Nigerian NewsRelated Posts470 shares Malawi/June 19, 2019 /No Comment Chimulirenji goofs in speech at US-Africa summit: Says Malawi got independence in 1994 – Malawi Nyasa Times460 shares Malawi/June 19, 2019 /No Comment Mutharika names Cabinet, Mwanamveka new finance minister, Ben Phiri in: Goodall, Uladi, Daza, Jeffrey included as aides – Malawi Nyasa TimesMutharika forced to change route in Lilongwe: Police spray teargas to disperse protesters – Malawi Nyasa TimesMutharika’s lawyer Mbeta hopes Constitution Court will discontinue election case – Malawi Nyasa TimesKazombo defeats DPP’s Chilenga to win first deputy speaker, UDF’s Adams unopposed second deputy – Malawi Nyasa TimesPresident Mutharika hires new lean Cabinet amid crisis surrounding his legitimacy – Malawi Nyasa TimesChimulirenji goofs in speech at US-Africa summit: Says Malawi got independence in 1994 – Malawi Nyasa TimesGwamba cheers Chikwawa orphans with a K3 million cash donation – Malawi Nyasa TimesSister Beatrice Chipeta dies: Tributes pour in for her humanitarian work – Malawi Nyasa TimesDedza council suspends 2 senior officers from finance department – Malawi Nyasa Times Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.