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Demos seeking justice for Rwandan Emmillie Halimana’s death on Nov 30 in Lilongwe

Wells Khama seeking justice for Noel death

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Concerned Malawians citizens have planned demonstration on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 in the capital Lilongwe seeking justice on the suspicion death of Rwandan national Emmilie Halimana Noel.

Group leader Wells Khama told the news conference on Tuesday that the protest aimed at forcing Inspector General (IG) of Malawi Police Service (MPS) Merlyn Yolamu to effect the arrest of suspects connected to the mysterious death of Lilongwe-based-businessman.

Noel aged 31, a Malawian citizen of Rwandan origin was allegedly died in a road accident in Lilongwe along the M1 road around the Kanengo Northgate area on October 17, 2022.

The peaceful demonstrations will be held on Wednesday, from 09:30hrs, starting from the Kamuzu Central Hospital Roundabout passing through Bisnowatty, all the way to the Presidential Drive Roundabout up to the Parliament Building main entrance.

The petition will be delivered to the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on Defense and Security.

“We the concerned citizens, would like to inform the Lilongwe business community and all well-meaning Malawians that all is set for the Chilungamo chioneke pa infa ya Emmilie demonstrations slated for Wednesday November 30, 2022 in Lilongwe.

“We have arrived at this decision after it became apparent that the MPS is not only reluctant to
act, but has also crossed the line by shielding the suspects,” says Khama.

He added, “Now, as country the national security remains the only thing that we should all safeguard jealously. Today is Emmilie we are not sure who will be next! As a country we should not tolerate bad apples in the police service to dent our image because of their love for money in exchange for justice.

“It is important to point out that Malawians are living in fear not only due to the increase in crime
rate but also due to the fact that the police have resorted to protect rich suspects from facing
justice”.

“It is for this reason that we are appealing to the Defense and Security Committee of Parliament to summon the IG Yolamu to explain to the nation why the service is shielding suspects in a straight forward cases like this one.

“Last but not the least, We the Concerned Citizens, reiterate the vow to fight for justice to prevail
on the death of Emmilie,” dares Khama.

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