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Namiwa ready to expose abductors

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Acton Against Impunity (AAI), a grouping of concerned citizens involved in organizing demonstrations that failed to take place Thursday last week, says will reveal abductors of human rights activist Sylvester Namiwa if the police are delaying to take any action on the abductors.

Namiwa showing journalists injured body parts over abduction

Members of the grouping spoke during a press conference, which they held on Monday in Lilongwe.
Namiwa, a member of AAI and Executive Director of Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI), was abducted Wednesday last week by unknown thugs ahead of Thursday’s failed demonstrations.

Reading out a statement during the press conference, which Namiwa himself attended, an AAI member, Wells Khama, said they know the abductors of Namiwa and that they have provided enough evidence to the police to act.

“We are expecting nothing than quick action by the police on this matter. If, for reasons known to themselves, are unnecessarily delaying, we will be forced to reveal the abductors. Otherwise, we believe they are a professional police and that we can bank on them,” said Khama.

According to AAI, Namiwa, after a press conference at Crown Hotel, was stalked by thugs travelling in a car without a number plate.

At Area 3 roundabout, the thugs had Namiwa taken out of his car and then assorted him heavily.
They allegedly drove him around while still assorting him and later dumped him in Nathenje on Thursday.

Namiwa showed the journalists the wounds he allegedly sustained during the abduction.

“This is unacceptable in a new democratic Malawi. This impunity will not stop us from speaking on behalf of the people of Malawi who are suffering under this regime,” added Khama.

Taking his turn, Namiwa reiterated Khama’s sentiments, adding that he is not afraid with what happened to him. He vowed to continue fighting for the voiceless.

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