BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)—Malawians will this week know the identities of the people who abducted Rumphi East Member of Parliament (MP) Kamlepo Kalua as the lawmaker has promised to reveal whatever happened in connection to his abduction at a rally he is expected to hold in his constituency.
Kamlepo Kalua whose family claimed he had been missing, had been found at Njamba roundabout on Sunday 7th May 2017, loosely tied with blue ropes.
“I will reveal the names. Some Northerners are involved .How do they feel to be enjoying on blood money,” said Kalua who initially confessed that could remember what happened
Kalua, who is also People’s Party (PP) third vice-president and vice-chairperson of Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC), has since condemned Malawi Police for quickly concluding investigations and making statements in political tone that he faked his kidnap.
Kalua, however, maintained that he was abducted while inspecting his construction project in Chileka and that his abductors staged his release in a matter to discredit him.
He said the plot was to him and police conclude that it was suicide like the case of university student Robert Chasowa.
Meanwhile, Kalua has taken to court for abuse of office two Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) officers and a police officer who impounded his two vehicles late last month.
The defendants are Maganizo Chinkoko, MRA senior tax investigation officer and lead investigator during the raid, Edwin Magalasi, assistant commissioner for police and regional criminal investigations officer (Southern Region) and Winstone Honde, an officer at MRA.