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A 26 year old Sesheke Woman Stubs Boyfriend to death

General News A 26 year old Sesheke Woman Stubs Boyfriend to death

Western Province Police Commissioner Charles Lungu displays a real pistol (l) and a toy one (r) during a stolen property identification display at Mongu Central Police yesterday, recovered from suspected criminals during an operation conducted over the weekend in Limulunga and Mongu Districts. Three suspects are in custody while two are on the run.
Western Province Police Commissioner Charles Lungu

A 26 year old woman of Airport compound in Sesheke District in Western Province has stubbed her boyfriend to death after a dispute which has not yet been known.

Western Province Commissioner of Police Charles Lungu disclosed the development to ZANIS in a telephone interview today and has identified the woman as Likezo Mulyokela who stubbed Sililo Sililo of the same compound to death.

According to Mr. Lungu, the incidence happened yesterday around 13 hours when the two had a dispute which ended up in a fight.

He said this led the accused to pick a broken bottle which she used to inflict her boyfriend who sustained a deep wound on the upper left arm elbow.

The Commissioner further disclosed that due to excessive bleeding and delay to take the victim to the hospital, the victim was pronounced dead upon arrival at Yeta District Hospital.

Meanwhile, the accused is in Police custody while the body of Sililo Sililo is lying in Yeta District Hospital mortuary for postmortem and burial.

14 COMMENTS

    • Shocking, in Balotseland!!? I thought Lozi women are sexxxy.
      I think Sililo was drunk, dying from elbow wound? People survive even after hand is cut off.

    • Almost all the time, LT displays photos that have nothing to do with the story in question. In this story one would be tempted to imagine that the police commissioner also recovered firearms from the woman suspected to have caused the death of Sililo …

    • Saddening how Police officers handle evidence. The whole lot of a senior officer handling hand guns like that?? leaving his own figure prints all over the stolen items. Disturbing!!

  1. PLEASE IT IS STABBED NOT STUBBED. TO STUB IS TO BUMP VIOLENTLY OR PAINFULLY. DON T YOU HAVE SOMEONE CHECKING THE SPELLING.

  2. Sad that no one around knew how to arrest haemorrhage. In other countries almost everyone has basic skills of first aid. In case you encounter any bleeding wound APPLY PRESSURE . You ‘ll save life

    • YOU CAN IMAGING, LOSING A LIFE AS RESULT OF HAEMORRHAGE…ITS SHOULD HAVE BEEN ARRESTED BY SIMPLY APPLYING PRESSURE…FIRST AID SHOULD BE INTRODUCED IN SCHOOLS..AM PRETTY SURE THEY JUST BUNDLED HIM IN THE CAR AND RUSHED TO HOSPITAL…BEFORE YOU RUSH A CASUALTY TO THE HOSPITAL PLEASE TO “ÄBC” YOU WILL SAVE LIFE..

      SAD INDEED !!!!!!!!!!

  3. MY GOD GIVEN LOZI WIVES ARE NOW PROVING TO BE A REAL DANGER……YOU MARRY ONE AT YOUR OWN RISK………..NEVER AGAIN MASIMPE

  4. WHAT IS A CHARLES LUNGU DOING IN LOZI LAND thus why LOZIS CAN END UP KILLING EACH OTHER OVER NTWENU KANI COS. AN EASTERNER IN SENANGA IS A MANYUKUNYUKU FELLA

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