A distraught looking Precious Longwe accused of killing his her husband was on Wednesday led into the Lusaka Magistrate Court for explanation of her murder charge.

Magistrate Kenneth Mulife who asked the accused whether she understood the charge to which she responded in the affirmative explained that Precious could not take plea because the court had no jurisdiction to hear such matters.

He said the Court is awaiting to hear from the DPP Chambers on whether to commit Precious to the High Court for plea.

Precious, 30, a Customer Services Officer at Banc ABC in Lusaka is accused of murdering her husband Akakanda Lubinda Liteebele on May 25 by shooting him five times.

Murder suspect Precious being led out of court
Murder suspect Precious being led out of court
Murder suspect Precious being led back to the holding cell
Murder suspect Precious being led back to the holding cell
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    • I find some of the comments very disturbing.I can only conclude that your conscience is died ?Do you think she had premeditated her actionS?We are all guilty of murder each time we snap.The only unfortunate thing is there was a gun when she snapped.That woman , regrets her actions day and night and misses her husband.

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    • On the other blog spot Chief Justice infused in the posting to have this woman shot atleast 15 times, and that “this must be made public to those who are strong enough to stand it”..lol…but why 15 bullets, when even one is fine..khikikikikiki
      Anyway the bottom line is that there is something nerve raking in this murder which went as high as bullet holes…just wait the story unfold…but whatever the case, this woman will experince no orgasm in life unntil maybe after her monopause…..She will be in jail for atleast 35 years, and 75 years when she comes out out. He kids will have children (her gransdschildren) in their 20s at the time of discharge from prison…wafwa walemana

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    • Precious, I feel for this girl. Men can drive you insane but they are not worth ruining your life over. Girls, take all the assets and poison the fool slowly. Shooting is too obvious and too messy.

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  1. The Police Force should be putting these hardcore criminals in chains to really shame them. What was she thinking, killing the father to her children? Now her children are destitute, almost-orphans to be brought up by relatives.

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  2. What gender is he/she. Pic shows a woman but narrative goes into the usual he/she confusion. LT Editor should be fired.

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  3. Just imagine if it was a man who had killed the wife in such a manner. All sorts of NGOs could have been making headline news condemning. What has gone wrong with society and everyone is quiet. I feel for the kids.

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  4. Indeed, the poverty-driven NGOs are preoccupied with knowing where the next grants will come from.

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  5. THE CONFUSION WITH GENDER IN THIS ITEM IS TOO MUCH. PLEASE BA LT CONSIDER EMPLOYING PEOPLE WHO KNOW WHAT TO WRITE.

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  6. It seems some bloggers are judges. You have already found her guilty before she even takes plea, wow! you are interesting people.

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  7. Would be good to hear the story. I am waiting to follow the trial. Any chance LT can set up some live transcripts/video for that eventuality? This might just be Pistorius reloaded…

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  8. First kukatomba nokukaka 35years how can u do such a act look yr children are now nomads

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  9. Chickubabe,there’s nothing wrong with tumbuka women,just get to know them.You will really see that they are good.Let the law take its course,otherwise goodluck young-lady

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  10. She is a member of ISIS. She mistook her house for either Raqqa or Allepo in Syria and shot the husband thinking that she was defending either of those towns/areas. She has been radicalized. Let the police check all her email and phone correspondences in the last 6 months. She must have been communicating with Boko Haram and ISIS.

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  11. emotions cannot be tamed especially in marriage when each partner has made investment of commitment, love and time. flaring tampers ends up into sad situations. when a home has no God and the foundation of marriage is money, any loose end breaks irretrievably. I don’t think this woman has reason to justify her action because anger has now vaporised and replaced with regret or alternative she could have given vent to. on other hand who ever has a volatile relationship, “do not keep weapons in the house” unless sneaked from outside. all plans are now gone. the death of the husband is the end of her future.it is better to divorce than to kill because there is no lesson the deceased learned from his alleged deeds if any.
    God help US

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  12. Very savage this lady let her learn a lesson 35 yrs in mukobeko prison? what a shame now i want to hear those NGO’s saying pwala.

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