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Meet Chilima’s hired Assassin; Major Mkaka

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Mkaka: Hired to assassin Chilima

This is the shameful face of an assassin hired by the President Peter Mutharika to kill his estranged Vice President Saulos Chilima in a bid to delay the fresh presidential elections slated for Tuesday next week.

His name is Major Rodrick Mkaka (retired) but now working as Head of security at Electricity Generation Company (Egenco) based in Blantyre.

We can reveal that Mkaka was in Phalombe two weeks ago when Chilima’s convoy was stoned and again in Machinga when the Vice President was forced to cancel his Imbizos because of the violence.

Mkaka was also seen in Ntcheu when Chilima was addressing rallies in the district last week and he has been spotted in Karonga on Tuesday morning where Chilima is addressing campaign rallies.

The vehicle which Mkaka is using for his evil plot

Private security personal for Chilima even managed to take pictures of the vehicle he was using three days ago a Ford Ranger belonging to Escom registration number BV 1939 before he changed vehicles in Mzuzu on Monday to a red Toyota Hilux Raider registration number MN 5605 on the way to Karonga.

“We are aware of his movements. We know he has already been paid K50 million as down payment for the job to assassinate our boss. It is shameful and we are watching his every move and we will react at an appropriate time,” said one of Chilima’s private security detail.

Insiders from DPP said Mutharika personally hired Mkaka to kill Chilima and also Mbakuwaku Movement presidential candidate Sinosi Driver Kuwani with an aim of delaying the elections.

Our investigations have revealed that Mkaka, who lives with his family in Blantyre and has two young boys, comes from Lilongwe and is close to President Peter Mutharika.

We also found out that despite being married, Mkaka also sources services of ‘women’ on Tipeze

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