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Malawi Catholic priest jailed for 30 years over albino murder | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⬇️

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Malawi Catholic priest jailed for 30 years over albino murder | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⬇️

A Malawi court on Monday sentenced a Catholic priest to 30 years and several other people to life in prison over the gruesome 2018 murder of a man with albinism. Judge Dorothy NyaKaunda Kamanga said Thomas Muhosha had planned to traffic 22-year-old MacDonald Masambuka’s tissue. “The offence was motivated by the disability of the deceased, […]

A Malawi court on Monday sentenced a Catholic priest to 30 years and several other people to life in prison over the gruesome 2018 murder of a man with albinism. Judge Dorothy NyaKaunda Kamanga said Thomas Muhosha had planned to traffic 22-year-old MacDonald Masambuka's tissue. "The offence was motivated by the disability of the deceased,…

A Malawi court on Monday sentenced a Catholic priest to 30 years and several other people to life in prison over the gruesome 2018 murder of a man with albinism.Judge Dorothy NyaKaunda Kamanga said Thomas Muhosha had planned to traffic 22-year-old MacDonald Masambuka’s tissue.

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Judge Dorothy NyaKaunda Kamanga said Thomas Muhosha had planned to traffic 22-year-old MacDonald Masambuka's tissue. "The offence was motivated by the disability of the deceased,… A Malawi court on Monday sentenced a Catholic priest to 30 years and several other people to life in prison over the gruesome 2018 murder of a man with albinism. Fr. Judge Dorothy NyaKaunda Kamanga said Thomas Muhosha had planned to traffic 22-year-old MacDonald Masambuka’s tissue.” It may seem overwhelming, but if the nation is genuinely dedicated, e-governance may improve public access to government services, information, dependable security, adequate oversight roles, accountability, and regulations. “The offence was motivated by the disability of the deceased, that of albinism,” she said in a ruling handed down in the city of Blantyre. Borogo, which sad event took place on Sunday (yesterday) at the Prison Farm, Kujama, along Kaduna-Kachia Road, after a raid on the farm by terrorists. She said the priest, who led a parish in Machinga, 100 kilometres (60 miles) northeast of Blantyre, had breached the trust many had placed in him. And the two teams are benefitting immensely from the growth of the tournament today,” Akpata said.

Five other suspects were handed life sentences. The Catholic Archbishop of Kaduna, Most Rev. What is the significance of this e-governance? For example, the government cannot fully provide social infrastructure unless it knows the nation’s population or how many people live in the country, and it cannot adequately provide educational infrastructure until it has data on children. The killing occurred at the height of a spree that saw over 40 people with albinism murdered and scores of others assaulted. One of the five convicted was the victim’s brother. Ndagoso added: “Details of his funeral arrangement will be announced soon. “The convicts took advantage of the deceased’s psychological need for love,” the judge said. Because it could tell us a lot about how people act, what they do, and how that affects society as a whole. “They lured him into believing that they had found a prospective wife for him and that they should go and meet her — that ended up being his death trap.” In this article.” In this article.

” A total of 12 people were handed various sentences over the killing. From 2014 Malawi suffered a wave of assaults against albinos, whose body parts were used in witchcraft rituals in the superstitious belief that they brought wealth and luck. However, the country still ranks low in terms of providing e-governance services to its citizens. In this article .