HRDC demos demands Justice for Msundwe Victims

Human Rights Defenders coalition HRDC  on Thursday staged a peaceful  demonstration in Lilongwe .Malawians came out in their large numbers to demonstrate against Police’s sexual violence towards women of Msundwe, Mbwatalika and Mpingu.

Human Rights activist Timothy Mtambo who is the chairperson of HRDC   said  the group  demand justice  on the Msundwe sexual violence perpetuated by the police “We need justice in Msundwe ,arrest the suspects”.
 The protests march started from Lilongwe community ground and ended at Police headquarters in Area 30. The activists presented a petition to the Police

Msundwe Victims demos

At the protests, Malawi Defence Force officers managed to protect the Deputy Inspector General of Police John Nyondo, giving him maximum security as an angry mob started pelting stones at him.

MDF erected human shield to block demonstrators from coming around any area near area 30 which is the hub of the Malawi Police.

Receiving the petition, Nyondo said Police has already deployed its team of officers to investigate about these issues.