The High Court in Blantyre on Friday afternoon granted bail to the remaining four murder suspects connected to the death of fourth-year University of Malawiâ€™s Polytechnic student Robert Chasowa.
After granting bail to DPP regional governor for the South Noel Masangwi and five others earlier in the morning, Justice Sylvester Kalembera released the remaining four on similar conditions.
Kalembera ordered the suspects, police officer Stanford Horea, Mike Chitenje, Isaac Osman and Stone Mwamadi, to deposit with the court K200 000 cash.
He also ordered each suspect to have two sureties, with each surety paying K250 000 cash.
According to sources close to those organising the money, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) paid K7 million for all 10 suspects in the case.
Because of the time it took to process formalities, the 10 suspects were released around 7pm on Friday.
Chasowa was found dead at the Polytechnic campus on September 24 2012.
The commission of inquiry into the studentâ€™s death named 15 people as possible suspects in his murder.
Police have indicated that more people will be arrested in the case.Â