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It is reported that Nyirongo sent his two children to their mother in Mzimba after his separation from his wife.

The children were sent back to their father on January 23, 2023. After receiving them during the night of the same day, he took them to a bush near Kalumba stream where he murdered Jane by suffocating her and left his two-year-old son in the bush.

The boy was found on January 27 by a woman, Rosemary Jasi, who was going to her garden and the remains of Jane were found on February 11, 2023.

Kachikho: Police investigations revealed that the children were dumped by Nyirongo

Kasungu Police Station Public Relations Officer, Joseph Kachikho, said police investigations revealed that the one who dumped the children is the biological father, 

“Police arrested the man. Soon, he will appear in court to answer the charge of murder,” said Kachikho.

Nyirongo hails from Malawira village, Traditional Authority Chilowamatambe in Kasungu.


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