Malawi women discuss how to ‘kill’ cheating husbands

Malawian married women who belong to a Facebook group known as ‘Hot Tips For Women’ are discussing how to fast-track the death of their  adulterous husbands when they fall ill so that they can enjoy the wealth the deceased will leave behind.

According to tabloid Weekend Times, the discussion started when one member, identified as Anna Mangame, a married woman was quoted writing: “Amunawa masiku ano akakhala achuma n’kumanyenga ofunika akadwala kuwasiya dala afe! Maka akakhala a chuma afe tichitenge” (Nowadays when these rich men sleep around should they  fall sick we must neglect them so that they should die quickly so that we inherit their wealth.)

Another member of the group which is strictly for woman, Grace Wonga wrote “Pongofunika tizingowamwetsaso poison kuti afulumile kufa kuti tizitenga chuma [when they get ill these cheating husbanda should be poisoned to fast-tract their death so we can inherit the wealth]”.

Also commenting on te subject was Thandie Matoga, who suggested that the ailing husbands  should be locked up in bedrooms so that they die quickly.

Mangame: Provoked the debate

Some of the married women who commented on the topic included names like Phyllis Chakhaza, Blandina Thulambo, Elsie Mpaso, Thandie Eagleton, Manyanani Munthali and Catarina Vanin.

The administrators of the group have been identified as Genevieve Hoshoko Ottawa, Betty Makileni and Rita Viang Shiang.

The group has a membership of about 5, 000.

On the topic of ‘how to kill husbands quickly’ most contributors suggested that the best strategy is to delay taking the ailing husbands to the hospital so that they do not recover.

The group is however said to be infiltrated by men, who are able to monitor what is being discussed.

Recently, there was a  hot debate rolling on Facebook  following a release of a list of Malawian men and women who have been labelled promiscuous.

The list, which is controversial in nature, was also a subject of discussion on the women’s page to delight and dismay of many people.

The list which is believed to have originated from WhatsApp, a cross-platform smartphone messenger, has been circulated to thousands of internet subscribers and contains names of some prominent and celebrities in the country.

Meanwhile, there is hot debate going on some Facebook pages, as some people are condemning the list while other are of the view that it deserved to be publicised.

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