Justice for Masambuka at Last!, 5 Sentenced Life Imprisonment

The High court in Blantyre yesterday sentenced five people to life imprisonment for brutally killing a person with albinism, Macdonald Masambuka in Machinga in 2018.

The other four have been sentenced to 60 years for causing someone to commit a crime against a person with disability while three others including a Catholic Priest, Fr. Thomas Muhosha have been sentenced to 30 years imprisonment for transacting in human tissues.

Meanwhile, Association of Person with Albinism, APAM and Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace, CCJP have commended the court for handing the stiffer punishments.

Meanwhile, late Mac Donald Masambuka’s Father White Masambuka said that he wished that the people who killed his son were sentenced to death.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 28/06/2022

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