More people continue to testify before a commission of inquiry appointed by President Joyce Banda to probe the death of fourth-year Polytechnic student Robert Chasowa.
Human rights activist Rafiq Hajat, who earlier confirmed to have met Chasowa before he was found dead at the Polytechnic campus last September, appeared before the commission last week at Blantyre Civic Centre to give his testimony.
Hajat said in an interview on Tuesday: â€œI testified, but there is nothing I can disclose regarding what I told the commission because I took an oath of confidentiality, suffice to say the truth will come out.â€
Also appearing before the Chasowa inquiry last week was Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regional governor (South) Noel Masangwi.
Masangwi in March also appeared before the Presidential Commission of inquiry into the July 20 events from which he earned praises for his exceptional confession that the panga-wielding youths on the streets of Blantyre a day before the July 20 protests were DPP cadres.
The Chasowa commission of inquiry is being chaired by Supreme Court Judge Andrew Nyirenda.