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Mwangosi Murder Inquiry: Nchimbi Committee Report Is That All There's to It?

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Azipa, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. Azipa

    Azipa JF-Expert Member

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    Fellow forum members, I've happened to be following two murder inquiries conducted in Malawi and South Africa

    We all remember what happened to the striking miners at Marikana South Africa. The biggest development as far as I'm concerned came today when one of the Lonmin(company that runs the mine) board members was implicated in the hearings that are still going on. It's none other than Cyril Ramaphosa. A business Mogul who is also a member of ANC's national executive council(NEC). A man said to vie for ANC deputy president in Zuma camp should Motlanthe opt to contest against Zuma in ANC's December elections.

    It's said a day prior to the massacre Mr. Ramaphosa emailed the Lonmin Management, police minister etc to take action against the striking miners.

    More revelations of what I see as government involvement you'll see in the link at the bottom.

    Folks! If you compare what's happening at this commission which is known as Farlam commission to that of Dr. Nchimbi you'll come to realise that the Nchimbi committee was only a waste of taxpayers' money

    I would also recommend that you open the other link showing inquiry into another murder that happened in Malawi and the report was finalised recently

    And just for the record the Farlam commission inquiry was being conducted at a community center(civic center) openly. But what makes it even stand out from the fake one of Nchimbi is the showing of video footages of the killings

    http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/2012/10/24/marikana-inquiry-updates-24-october-2012
     
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    Azipa JF-Expert Member

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    Facebook post of my Malawian friend on murder case similar to that of Mwangosi

    Widespread police excesses and the weaknesses in the
    police accountability systems have contributed further
    to citizensÂ’ rights abuses by the police and have
    resulted in public mistrust and reluctance to cooperate
    when police need the public for support, The belief is
    widespread that poor people do not have the same
    rights to be treated fairly by the police and the courts
    as some other people in the society. Chasowa's murder
    and the visible intrusive hand of political
    propagandists will result in the police not doing their
    work as demanded by the constitution of Malawi.
    Already the suspects have been tried and found guilty
    by the public opinion courts fueled by people's party
    functionaries hell bent on revenge, failure to let the
    police do its job will result in Chasowa not getting the
    justice he deserves. As fears mount that Malawi is
    slowly retrogressing into the Bingu era police state,
    where the police are used by the ruling party to target
    political opponents. It is pitiful to note that since
    Bingus death and Joyce Banda's ascent to power, she
    has let charlatans and Machiavellian power mongers
    run the system for her while she globe trots, the police
    have been ordered back to the trenches of political
    warfare, it's a battle only the ruling can win unless
    there is a wide spread civil disobedience and counter
    from the public who expect radical police reforms and
    the respect of human rights and the rule of law. Joyce
    Bandas change of tone from that of a reformist to an
    aggressive pitbull smacks of heresy. Once again
    Malawians will bear the brunt. I pray the soul of activist
    Chasowa rests in eternal peace, and that his family will
    be spared the political daggers of inconsideration and
    malice, avarice and juridical perverseness.
     
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