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Late Lule’s wife pens Malawi AG on her compensation

Written by Richard Kayenda

The late Buleya Lule

Late Mr Buleya Lule’s wife has, through her lawyer, written the Attorney General (AG) Chikosa Silungwe asking him to reconsider the government’s position on her K250 million compensation following the death of her husband in the hands of the Police.

Late Buleya Lule died in February, 2019 in the hands of the Police as he was arrested following the suspicious death of one 14-year old Goodson Fanizo, a boy with albinism in Dedza.

Following the results of an autopsy that revealed that late Lule died due to electrocution, his wife, through her lawyer, George Jivason Kadzipatike, sued the DPP led government for a compensation, but the efforts yielded no fruits.

Over a year later, Mrs Lule, through the lawyer, has asked the government to reconsider its position on the matter.

Confirming the development, AG, Dr Chikosa Silungwe, has said his office has indeed received the letter and they are going to make their position on the matter soon.

Twelve Police officers including acting Commissioner of Police for Central Region, Evalista Chisale, are now in Police custody for allegedly being involved in the death of Buleya Lule.

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Maneno Chimulala
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I am a journalist, educator, and activist with passion for telling stories about social justice, sports and political issues. I graduated from Mzuzu University. I started my career at the Maravi Post online publication in 2012 as an intern while in college. Upon graduating from Mzuzu University I was offered a job as Sports Reporter because of my background as a goalkeeper and rose to the position of sub editor. I also had a short stint with Nyasatimes, Malawi Punch and Malawi Digest. Over the past seven years, I have worked intimately with rural organizations and communities in Malawi on human rights, girl child education and grassroots development projects. With an academic background in education, I also volunteer as male champion for girls’ education under Girls Empowerment Networks (GENET) in Malawi’s South West Education Division (SWED).
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  1. Late Buleya’s wife has the right to ask for compensation. The only problem I see is that amount has to be calculated basing on how much Buleya was worth ie his pay check multiply months and years of an average mans life span in Malawi right now. After you receive those proceeds Mrs. Buleya nanunso mupakuleko and pay the family of the deceased albino family. Your husband was a criminal sorry, who landed in the hands of criminal officers. Chilungamo chiziyenda ngati madzi. I am so sorry Mrs. Buleya, you had married a criminal. I feel for you.

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