BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)-Following a video that went viral from Jerome Nkhata, brother to the late rapper Martin Nkhata in which he claimed that there was suspicions over his brother’s death, those allegedly mentioned to be the master-minders have taken the matter to court.
Maravi Post has in possession a summon that has been issued to Jerome.
In the summon document, the three, musician Kell Kay real name Kelvin Kambwiri,musician Gwamba real name Duncan Zgambo and Prophet Bushiri’s Communications Manager Ephraim Nyondo are seeking for aggravated damages for character assassination and an injunction restraining Jerome from further publishing the said claims.
In the video Jerome said Zgambo, Nyondo and Kambwiri could have been involved in the ritual murder of his brother Martse
Another one also issued with the summon is Prophet George Chinoko who is based in South Africa, the last person to speak to Martse before his death and again released a video to confirm that Martse was ritually sacrificed and that Gwamba was the one who was largely mentioned by the late rapper.
Meanwhile, the defendants (Nkhata and Chikoko) have been ordered to file a response of the claims leveled against them of wishing to contest or to stay the proceedings within 14 days.
The matter is before Judge Violet Chipao at Lilongwe High Court, Civil Division and the claimants are being represented by Counsel Jimion Nyanda of the Lion Rock Attorneys at Law.
The late Martin Nkhata popularly known by his stage name Martse died on May 23, having succumbed to fire burns which he sustained in a house fire while he was on vacation in Mangochi.