Father Muhosha, one of the convicts who was jailed by The High Court in Blantyre in connection to the murder of a person with albinism, MacDonald Masmabuka has reportedly gone mentally unstable at Zomba Prison.
Blantyre Prison Spokesperson Duncan Malizani has confirmed of the news and said prison authorities are monitoring Muhosha while he is being treated for Mental Disorder Symptoms.
The catholic priest whose process of laicization is underway was on June 27 was slapped with a 30 year jail sentence along with five others for transacting in human tissue.
Judge Dorothy NyaKaunda Kamanga delivered the ruling on June, 27th, weeks after 12 people were convicted for their roles in the murder of Masambuka for his body parts.
Cassim White Masambuka, the victim’s brother, Maxwell Sosola, Dixon Ndengu, Bashir Lilongwe, and Alfred Yohane were sentenced to life imprisonment.
Masambuka went missing in March 2018 and his body was later found buried in April 2018.