The Mzuzu University student who stands blamed for two charges of Forgery and Theft after he supposedly swindled Mzuzu University cash amounting to K2,217,500.00 has begun showing up in court today, the 18th July 2016.
The Mzuni student is identified as Dumusani Kaunga Kagunga, 27, from Mwabuwira village in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Chikulamayembe in the northern district of Malawi, Rumphi.
Prosecutor Lyson Kachikondo paraded two witnesses today before Senior Resident Magistrate Austin Banda.
The first to affirm was Vyson Jedegwa, Registrar of Mzuni and from there on Mathinda Zgambo who is secretary to Dean of Students at Mzuni took the stand.
The case has so far been dismissed to sixteenth August 2016 where the State is relied upon to keep parading its witnesses. So far the State os left with five witnesses to affirm.
The accused is denounced that between September 2013 and May 2014 at Mzuni in the city of Mzuzu with expectation to dupe or deceive, forged official archives implying to enlist students at Mzuzu University. He swindled the above expressed cash.
The first count of Forgery is in opposition to section 358 and Theft; a second count, is contrary to section 278, of the Penal Code.
The suspect was given bail by the court last year and he pleaded not guilty to the offences leveled against him.