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Richard Lameck, 22 and Friday Dickson, 23 from Mangochi will spend 3 months in jail for requesting to buy human placenta from a nurse at Malombe Health Centre.

State prosecutor, Sub Inspector Ted Namaona told Mangochi First Grade Magistrate Court that the convicts approached the said nurse at her house after she had knocked off from night shift.

The duo pitched a business deal of buying human placenta. They claimed to have been sent by a Mozambican herbalist to enquire on the prices.

“The nurse rejected the business proposal and informed her authorities who later reported the matter to Malombe Police Unit,” said Namaona.

Both pleaded guilty to the charge of conduct likely to cause a breach of peace. But they pleaded for court’s leniency; citing family obligations.

Passing his sentence, First Grade Magistrate Roy Kakutu went ahead to sentence the two to 3 months imprisonment.

The convicts hail from Chipole Village, Traditional Authority Chowe in Mangochi.

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