Martse won't rest as his case goes to court


Hip Hop artist Duncan 'Gwamba' Zgambo, Kelvin 'Kelly Kay' Kambwiri and Ephraim Nyondo have filed a lawsuit against Jerome Nkhata and George Chikoko for character assassination.

The two have been peddling alleged claims the three had a hand in the death of Martin 'Martse' Nkhata.

The allegation which has been trending on social media is that the three killed Martse through Satanism.

Court documents indicate the three are suing for aggravated damages for character assassination and an injunction restraining the two from further publishing the Satanism claims.

The two defendants have been publishing videos claiming Martse refused to join the cult and they dealt with him.

The court has given Nkhata and Chikoko 14 days to file a response on the claims leveled against them of wishing to contest or to stay the proceedings within 14 days.

The matter is before Judge Violet Chipao at the Lilongwe High Court, Civil Division.

And the claimants are being represented by Counsel Jimion Nyanda of the Lion Rock Attorneys at Law.

The news got a twist as he reacted to the court paperwork on Twitter, he tweeted:

Thank you Almighty Lord. Its The Moment We've Been Waiting for.

— Tse ri Tso (@tseh_rih) August 4, 2022
The response

Different school of thought have emerged on the decisive topic.

Evidence ya stanik in court? That's gonna be interesting
— WavyMami🌊 (@PemmmUka) August 5, 2022
Mu constitution mulibe mlandu wa ufiti bro
— Recovery Simp (@siiimppppp) August 5, 2022
I want to see how this plays out.— KP (@KandyPure02) August 5, 2022
Malawi Police Service investigations in the matter revealed the fire that caused the death of Martse was due to illegal connection.