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Malawi Police Arrest Two For Selling Prescription Drugs

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Karonga Police have arrested Arnold Mwaulambo, and Minala Mwamlima for being found selling medical drugs in their shops without licenses.

This is contrary to section 35 (1) of Pharmacy, Medicine and Poison Act.

The law enforcers conducted a two-day operation after suspecting illegal businesses taking place in some places within the district.

Among the drugs recovered from Mwaulambo and Mwamlima are bottles full of Paracetamol, Indomethacin capsules, bottles of Trimoxazole tablets, Amoxilin and Diclofenac tablets.

Arnold Mwaulambo, 28, hails from Mwaulambo village, T/A Kilipula in Karonga district was arrested on 4 October 2017.

 While Mwamlima, 25, was arrested on October 5, 2017 and hails from Mwakasoko village, T/A Mwakaboko in Karonga district.

The two will appear in court soon to answer charges.


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