Police in Kalabo in Western Province has arrested a 36 years old woman for allegedly murdering her husband after a marital dispute.

The deceased has been identified as Kakoma Mutangala aged 39 of Nambo Village, Chief Namika in Kalabo District.

The suspect Nyambe Sitebe of Namutondo village in Chief Libumbu of Mongu District is alleged to have stabbed her husband in the stomach using a knife and he sustained a deep cut.

The incident happened yesterday on 1st May, 2018 around 19 hours in Katongo area in Mongu district.

The body is lying in Lewanika General Hospital Mortuary awaiting postmortem while the suspect is detained in police custody.

Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo confirmed development in a statement issued to ZANIS in Lusaka today.

In another development, Ms Katongo said a 56 years old male pedestrian identified as Enock Simapango of Nyereti village in Chief Kalunkumya in Mpongwe district died on the spot after he was hit by a motor vehicle, Fuso Truck registration number ACR 1342 driven by Lewis Chanda aged 25 of Mpongwe.

The accident happened yesterday on May 1st, 2018 around 04:30hrs along Luanshya-Mpongwe road adding that the body for the deceased is lying in Mpongwe Hospital mortuary.

And a juvenile aged 12 died on the spot after she was hit by a Toyota Mark II, registration number ALR 8834 which was being driven by George Kalumba aged 25 of Winela area in Mongu District.

Ms Katongo said the accident happened yesterday at about 16: 00hrs along Lusaka- Mongu road when the victim was crossing the road adding that the body is in Kaoma District Hospital mortuary.

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  1. Kalabo woman arrested for murdering her husband

    That headline suggests she has already been tried and convicted. By LT of course

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  2. What’s with this ‘culture’ of stating everyone’s vehicle registration number in any accident/incident or alleged crime? In fact, too many personal details before one is convicted of anything.

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