Priest Murder Case Heads To Inquest

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The Zambia Police Service says the matter involving a catholic priest, father Abel Mwelwa and a member of the catholic women’s league, Monica Mulenga who died last month will be subjected to an inquest following the outcome of the postmortem.

Police spokesperson Esther Katongo says at the moment, there is nothing incriminating the priest meaning that there are no circumstances to compel the police to further investigate the matter not until the matter is determined by the coroner’s court.

An inquest is a judicial inquiry to ascertain the facts relating to an incident, in this case the sudden death in the case of Monica Mulenga.

Father Mwelwa was recently suspended as Kaunda Square Parish Priest after the body of a deceased member of the catholic women’s league was found in his room.



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