Friday, 6 April 2012


The Body of Malawian President Bingu wa Mutharika was sent to South Africa for a detailed postmortem  a source at Milpark hospital disclosed this in an interview.

The inside source who chose not to be named disclosed that Mutharika was brought at the hospital already dead.

"The main reason he was flown to Milpark is for us to find out the cause of the death and as I am talking to you the body is in the mortuary and a postmortem  will be conducted later this afternoon" disclosed the source. 

She further said that they received information from the doctor who treated Mutharika at Kamuzu Central Hospital  in Malawi that Mutharika died on Thursday 5th April in the Intensive Care Unit where he was admitted after suffering a cardiac arrest.

"We were told by hospital officials that te President was pronounced dead two hours after he arrived at KCH" Said the source 

Since Friday night Malawians living in South Africa have been flocking to Milpark hospital to witness the death of their president.

" I  can,t rely on the news I  want to see for myself, a lot has been reported about Bingu but now I believe it" said Robert Maseko who drove all the way from Johannesburg.  

However there is tight security and no one is allowed to enter the premises including Journalists.

The body of Mutharika arrived in South Africa Friday morning at  Lanseria private airport through a private Jet.

The Jet landed at Cargo Terminal a development which forced journalists to believe that it carried the remains of Mutharika.

Journalist are still camping outside the hospital waiting for the outcome. 

Mutharika was flown to South Africa on Friday morning after he was admitted at Kamuzu Central Hospital suffering a cardiac arrest.

People started arriving at the hospital Friday night to find out the truth on whether Mutharika is dead or not.

However it is not known  as to when the body will be sent back to Malawi. 

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