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Two Ndola women sentenced to 18 months in jail for inserting a bottle into another woman’s private parts

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The Ndola High Court has sentenced to 18 years imprisonment two out of the five Ndola women who inserted a bottle into another woman’s private parts.

This is in a case where five women were alleged to have assaulted Denise Mwanakumbwila and occasioned her actual bodily harm on December 1, 2018.

In count one, it was alleged that the five jointly and whilst acting together, abducted Denise with the intention of putting her in danger of being subjected to grievous bodily harm.

In count two, the five were charged with indecent assault on a female after the victim was suspected to be having an affair with the husband to one of the accused women.

However, the other three accused have been acquitted.

When the matter came up for sentencing this morning, Ndola High Court Judge-in-charge Emelia Sunkutu said the lower court was on firm grounds to convict the two.

In mitigation, Legal Aid Counsel Kenneth Tembo said the convicts were remorseful.

However, Judge Sunkutu said the wickedness among young people was shocking adding that the act offended and insulted the women folk.

During the entire trial, the victim refused to testify before court after she disappeared, a situation which has saddened Judge Sunkutu.

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  1. Yeah yeah yeah, hope they will find similar bottles to push in theirs where they are going. Stupid *****s.

    • They are never meant for bottles, sand and abuse.
      Mess with the brain not any other parts, definitely not that part I know.
      Next time do a ka life sentence.

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  2. May they rot in jail these two depraved women.Those acts are un-African that’ s not our culture so if they wanna be p0rnstars they should go to California where that stuff is done legally.

  3. “However, Judge Sunkutu said the wickedness among young people was shocking adding that the act offended and insulted the women folk” – the Judge needs to be specific and call out young women instead of generalizing young people like she is disappointed that such a barbaric act was not performed by young men.

  4. …just send the two women to national service or prison correctional services for a few months, they don’t deserve all that. We have to teach our young how to survive in our current poverty situations and NOT kill them mentally!

  5. The sentence is too hash I feel the women are still young and should be given a chance to learn from their mistakes I feel the sentence should be revealed by a higher court and be reduced .

  6. Comment:
    Forgive them and gently correct them.Their actions should be weighed, considered and understood against the backdrop of what prompted them to act that way!!!God have mercy upon them.!!!

  7. correctional services officers there comes fresh ones make sure u correct them as like they tried to correct their friend use ur natural bottle to correct them. kikikikikiki

  8. Comment:kodi they say she was cheating with one of the ladies husband’s so she’s not completely innocent if you were in those ladies shoe’s you would have done the same

  9. Mother jailed for dumping
    August 15, 2019
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    “THE Mongu High Court has sentenced a 24-year-old woman of Mongu to 12 months simple imprisonment for attempted infanticide.
    Lusaka judge Justice Sharon Newa sent Kapanda Ngongolo to the correctional facility for a year for attempting to kill her child, who she dumped in a pit latrine.
    Ngongolo pleaded guilty to the offence”
    This one who attempted to kill an innocent baby is jailed 1 year but women who mistreated an offender are jailed 18 years. How fair is this? You have killed them. I am disappointed with NGO CC for supporting this. The offender was guilt that is why she disappeared. Reduce the sentence to one year. 18 years is death sentence! It is not fair.

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