Police arrests 2 in Mponela for being found with fake bank notes

From Face of Malawi Wed Dec 19 2012, 02:13:40

Police at Mponela in Dowa, Central Malawi, have arrested two men for allegedly being found in possession of fake K 500 bank notes, amounting to K 35, 000.00. Police are however, yet to establish where the bank notes are being produced. The two, Mr Dominic Bandawe and Mr Kavundula Wanki are to appear before court [...]

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