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Malawi Police Investigating Chinese Man Over ‘Racist’ Videos

The Malawi Police Service says it is investigating a Chinese man identified as Lu Ke also known as Susu, for allegedly exploiting Malawian children by shooting videos which he sold for profit in China.

This comes following a BBC Africa Eye Investigation in which a BBC journalist Runako Celina and a Malawian journalist Henry Mhango traced the man in Njewa where he has been allegedly doing his acts.

In one of the videos, Lu Ke told a group of children ages 3-10 to speak Chinese, saying that they are “black devils and have low IQ”.

One of the children, who was then four, alleged in the video that the suspect would pinch and beat them if they did not do as ordered.

The BBC Africa Eye investigation finds that the man, was shooting 380 videos a day and earning him around 77 million kwacha, but he was paying the children in his videos below one US dollar.

In an interview with Zodiak Online, National Police Deputy spokesperson Harry Namwaza said he has watched the video, and they {police} have launched an investigation.

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  1. […] ENQUÊTE : Le service de police du Malawi a annoncé qu’une enquête était en cours sur le Chinois identifié dans le documentaire comme Lu Ke pour avoir exploité des enfants pour réaliser des vidéos offensantes. (MALAWI VOICE) […]

  2. […] Malawian officials have expressed their indignation and vowed to take action. Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo said she was “disgusted, disrespected and deeply pained.” In a press conference on Monday, she stated: “This can’t be happening. Not in this era and certainly not on our land. […] Our children deserve better.” Minister of Gender, Community Development, and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati stated: “The director of child affairs is already on the ground investigating the matter. This is an abuse to Malawian children and Malawi as a nation.” On Monday, Malawian police began an investigation. […]

  3. […] Malawian officials have expressed their indignation and vowed to take action. Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo said she was “disgusted, disrespected and deeply pained.” In a press conference on Monday, she stated: “This can’t be happening. Not in this era and certainly not on our land. […] Our children deserve better.” Minister of Gender, Community Development, and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati stated: “The director of child affairs is already on the ground investigating the matter. This is an abuse to Malawian children and Malawi as a nation.” On Monday, Malawian police began an investigation. […]

  4. […] Malawian officials have expressed their indignation and vowed to take action. Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo said she was “disgusted, disrespected and deeply pained.” In a press conference on Monday, she stated: “This can’t be happening. Not in this era and certainly not on our land. […] Our children deserve better.” Minister of Gender, Community Development, and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati stated: “The director of child affairs is already on the ground investigating the matter. This is an abuse to Malawian children and Malawi as a nation.” On Monday, Malawian police began an investigation. […]

  5. […] Malawian officials have expressed their indignation and vowed to take action. Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo said she was “disgusted, disrespected and deeply pained.” In a press conference on Monday, she stated: “This can’t be happening. Not in this era and certainly not on our land. […] Our children deserve better.” Minister of Gender, Community Development, and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati stated: “The director of child affairs is already on the ground investigating the matter. This is an abuse to Malawian children and Malawi as a nation.” On Monday, Malawian police began an investigation. […]

  6. […] Malawian officials have expressed their indignation and vowed to take action. Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo said she was “disgusted, disrespected and deeply pained.” In a press conference on Monday, she stated: “This can’t be happening. Not in this era and certainly not on our land. […] Our children deserve better.” Minister of Gender, Community Development, and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati stated: “The director of child affairs is already on the ground investigating the matter. This is an abuse to Malawian children and Malawi as a nation.” On Monday, Malawian police began an investigation. […]

  7. […] Malawian officials have expressed their indignation and vowed to take action. Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo said she was “disgusted, disrespected and deeply pained.” In a press conference on Monday, she stated: “This can’t be happening. Not in this era and certainly not on our land. […] Our children deserve better.” Minister of Gender, Community Development, and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati stated: “The director of child affairs is already on the ground investigating the matter. This is an abuse to Malawian children and Malawi as a nation.” On Monday, Malawian police began an investigation. […]

  8. […] Malawian officials have expressed their indignation and vowed to take action. Minister of Foreign Affairs Nancy Tembo said she was “disgusted, disrespected and deeply pained.” In a press conference on Monday, she stated: “This can’t be happening. Not in this era and certainly not on our land. […] Our children deserve better.” Minister of Gender, Community Development, and Social Welfare Patricia Kaliati stated: “The director of child affairs is already on the ground investigating the matter. This is an abuse to Malawian children and Malawi as a nation.” On Monday, Malawian police began an investigation. […]

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