Three Malawians arrested for aiding illegal Ethiopian immigrants
BLANTYRE– The Malawi Police in Karonga district are keeping in custody Brown Banda, 35, Daiton Msukwa, 32 and Kunje China, 58, for allegedly aiding five Ethiopians to enter Malawi illegally. Upon searching, police found five men in the house of China who identified themselves to be from Ethiopia and entered Malawi without traveling documents.
By Chisomo Phiri
BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)-The Malawi Police in Karonga district are keeping in custody Brown Banda, 35, Daiton Msukwa,32 and Kunje China, 58, for allegedly aiding five Ethiopians to enter Malawi illegally.
Police received information that Kunje China was keeping five suspected foreigners in his house at Mwambero Village in the district.
Upon searching, police found five men in the house of China who identified themselves to be from Ethiopia and entered Malawi without traveling documents.
Kunje China mentioned Brown Banda and Daiton Msukwa being the ones who brought the five Ethiopians to his house.
China and five Ethiopians were arrested at the scene while Banda and Msukwa were arrested afterwards.
The Malawian suspects are answering the charge of aiding illegal entry contrary to Section 36 (1) (a) of Immigration Act while five Ethiopians are answering the charge of illegal entry contrary to section 21 (1) as read with Section D of Immigration Act.
Currently, number of illegal immigrants arrested by Karonga Police has reached 36 within seven days.
Brown Banda is from Chikwekwe Village, Traditional Authority Mlumbe in Zomba District, Kunje China hails from Mwambero Village while Daiton Msukwa comes from Mwakasungula Village both from Paramount Chief Kyungu in Karonga District.
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