The High Court in Blantyre has shifted the sentencing of convicted Catholic Priest Father Thomas Muhosha and 11 others to June 27, 2022, in the MacDonald Masambuka case.
They were convicted of killing a boy with albinism.
The court has set the date after hearing final submissions from both the State and the defence.
Speaking to the press, Father Muhosha said he is now reformed and has pleaded with the court to be lenient with him so that he can go and preach to people on repentance.
Among those to be sentenced in connection with Masambuka’s murder apart from Father Thomas Muhosha include police officer Chikondi Chileka, the deceased’s biological brother Kassim Masambuka and Machinga District Hospital Clinical Officer, Lumbani Kamanga.
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