A reliable source has told The Maravi Post that HRDC leader Mtambo is hiding at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in the Malawi Capitol Lilongwe since he found out that Police were looking for him.
The Embassy is situated in ARWA House in City Centre area.
Mtambo is reported to have gone into hiding at the Embassy on Sunday night after the Police obtained a warrant of arrest for the man who has caused a lot of untold suffering in many Malawians.
Workers at the Embassy confirmed to us that they found Timothy Mtambo hiding at their offices when they reported for duties on Monday morning.
The entire Monday, Mtambo had been using the Embassy’s telephone lines and officers to be calling various religious leaders in the country and other organizations to organize demonstrations to rise up against the government.
This followed the arrest on Sunday evening of two of his colleagues from the HRDC grouping, Gift Trapence and Macdonald Sembereka.
Police authorities in Malawi announced on Sunday that they were looking for Mtambo who had gone into hiding. Resisting a lawful arrest is an offense.
The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Malawi has been one of the leading financiers of regime change demonstrations in Malawi through the HRDC.
The Norwegian Ambassador to Malawi is Steinar Egil Hagen who presented his letters of credence to President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on 16th October 2018. Malawi established diplomatic ties with Norway in 1965 but the first resident Norwegian Ambassador only arrived in Lilongwe in 1999 when the first Norwegian Embassy was opened.
Amongst other activities that the Royal Norwegian Embassy has been financing activities of the HRDC include the bring into Malawi the culture of gays and lesbians that the people of this nation have been refusing for many years.
Malawi is a very religious and conservative society and its people have been refusing this foreign culture as promoted by the Royal Norwegian Embassy.