Youths set to protest against selective justice; "we want Mussah freed."



Mother of John, FredoKiss and other attendees at high court in Blantyre

Irate young people are committed to still take to streets to protest the slashing of John Mussah's sentence from eight years to three years imprisonment, saying they expected the court to drop the case in its entirety. 

On Thursday, high court judge, Vikochi Chirwa, made a determination to reduce the jail term for Mussah after his lawyers filed for a judicial review of the case in which Mussah was convicted for being found in possession of illegal substances, Cannabis. 

The verdict, however, hasn't gone well with the youths in the country who believe that Mussah deserves freedom. 

The disgruntled youths who fronged to the court had high expectations that Mussah would be released. 

Fredokiss, Penjani Kalua, who is a popular rapper, entrepreneur and politician, posted on his social media, he would proceed with mobilising the youths in the country to parade against what he terms selective justice. 

The 'Malamulo a mu ghetto' hitmaker who is also a youth activist and influencer stresses that Mussah deserves to be released from prison. 

Other social media fanatics concurred with Fredo, saying that they're ready to take to streets and hold vigils anywhere until justice prevails on Mussah's case.

The mother of Mussah had the verdict left her crying, demanding that her son who, reportedly, was the sore breadwinner of the family must be released from prison. 

Meanwhile, more comments are still pouring in on the issue.

We will keep you abreast with unfolding developments on the matter.

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