The police in Lilongwe today morning searched the house of former Justice Minister Ralph Kasambara in Area 10, Lilongwe. According to Deputy National Police spokesperson, Kevin Maigwa, police were looking for a car suspected to have been used during the shooting of budget director Paul Mphwiyo.
However, Kasambara says police were not looking for a car but a number plate.
Meanwhile, police have arrested Kasambara’s guard for obstructing the police in their line of duty.
Mphwiyo was shot in the face on September 13 and was airlifted to South Africa where he is still receiving treatment. Last month a team of police investigators were sent to South Africa to question Mphwiyo and to hear his side of the shooting story.
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