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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Businessman commits suicide for wife’s infidelity

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A prominent Mufulira Business man who owns a popular  night spot in the border town has allegedly committed suicide.

And police sources both in Mufulira and Ndola have confirmed the death of  Mr Joseph
Mwape, aged 51 years of  Kansuswa compound.

The business man is alleged to have killed himself yesterday morning at Kasunswa grave yard.  

According to a death note found  beside his body, Mr Mwape said he took his life  because his wife was allegedly committing adultery with a named Mufulira man.

Police sources also revealed that the body of Mwape was picked up around mid day today.

A senior police officer opted for anonymity confirmed the death in an interview with
ZANIS, today.

ZANIS

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Shame on this Mr Mwape.
    He would have just divoced his wife. the wife is stil living with her adaltrous man.

    MHSRP

  2. Hope the man she has been doing is gonna marry the hole , remember bana
    Musonda by the late PK CHISHALA

  3. Its never a wise decision to take yo after all who are dying for? who and u saving coz Christ has already died for all so there is no one to die any more.

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