Sendeza leaves behind breatbreaking suicide notes: Thyolo woman kills herself over family disputes

A well-known Lilongwe man Johnstone Sendeza overwhelmed by unbearable challenges in his business life commited suicide and left a heartbreaking note to his wife

Johnstone Sendeza: Left behind suicide notes

Johnstone Sendeza: Left behind suicide notes

Sendeza was found hanging in a toilet by his sister, politician Jean Sendeza.

In his suicide notes found after his death, sean by Nyasa Times, Sendeza  wrte his fiancé whom he was about to wed: “ I love you but I had to do this. L.ove you, John.

Sendeza was to marry next month on the 22nd and all preparations were at advanced stage with venue and other things already paid for.

There was also a separate suicide note which he listed names of those owing him money.

And a special message was written fo r a ‘Zizwane’, saying : “ You will never find peace in your life.”

Family has refused to comment.

Elsewhere, a 31 year old woman from Thyolo has died after allegedly committing suicide over family disputes.

Thyolo Police officer in Charge, Deputy Commissioner, Tereza Nankhuni confirmed the development, saying  the deceased has been quarreling with her husband over undisclosed family disputes for some time.

“The incident took place on September 15 at around 6 O’clock in the evening, when Derrick Mpwilikiti (32), a husband to the deceased returned home. After arriving home, he did not get a response from his wife Violet despite several attempts as he tried to call her,” she said.

She said Derrick then suspected that something might have gone wrong and because of that he alerted the Village Chairman, who came to break the house with him.

“Upon forcibly breaking the house door, they saw Violet hanging in the bedroom. It is believed that she locked up the room and hanged herself to the roof of the bedroom with a wire,” she added.

The body of the deceased was taken to Thyolo District Hospital where post mortem results showed that she died due to suffocation.

Violet Mpwilikiti came from Mtulo village, Traditional Authority Ngolingoliwa in the district.

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8 thoughts on “Sendeza leaves behind breatbreaking suicide notes: Thyolo woman kills herself over family disputes”

  1. Jahbless says:

    everyone has a breaking point, so don’t be loud hear- he is gone, you are still here remember. RIP

  2. Penya says:

    suicide is a matter of choice, a tough choice, sometimes quite selfish choice, other time quite a senseless and insensitive choice. After all God allows it to happen. Why does He do that- allow it to happen? Everything happens for a reason. whenever suicide happens we must let the grieved to mourn privately and we must give the departed the decent burial as they deserve. they were defeated. they were hopeless or too angry. let them rest peacefully. will they go to hell? that is for their God to judge. Be prepared. Tomorrow it may be you or your loved one facing the agonizing decision to end it all or to seek help.

    1. Does Life Have a Meaning? says:

      I can smell a looming suicide in you sir. An inevitable choice for many though…

  3. OMEX70 says:

    There is no peace to a sinner even if she or he dies. I am not judging but the truth is that committing suicide is an indication that a person involved in this act lived here on earth without knowing God who gives hope to the hopeless. Living here on earth independent of God is sin and there is no peace to such people. If some thinks that if he and she commits suicide,she /he has relieved him/herself from challenges, then he or she is cheating himself or herself. The Bible says “You shall not kill”. If someone thinks that committing suicide is not killing, he is wrong. If you kill condemnation follows you.

  4. The Analyst says:

    O………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………O
    If you have ever failed in life but managed to pick yourself up and move on; congratulate yourself . . .
    . . . others would rather die than live with the shame that comes with failure.
    If you are poor, but still going on; pat yourself on the back . . .
    . . . It takes a lot of courage to be poor and carry on. Others just cant.
    If you once were rich but [by whatever reason] became poor, and yet still going on; throw a party for yourself . . .
    . . . it takes even greater wisdom to realise that life itself is far greater than riches.
    ……………………………………………………………………………….
    “You have no idea what it means to have nothing.” – Frank Underwoods (House of Cards Trailler).
    . . . Others would rather die than have nothing!
    “Most of us take our freedoms and peace of mind for granted, until we lose it . . .
    . . . But for want of freedom, others are willing to pay their dear life.
    You see, “I would rather die than be a slave” is even a song title by PokerFace. But is there freedom in death, realy?
    . . . “The time for departure has arrived, and we go our separate ways, I to die and you to live. Which of these two is better, only God knows.” – Socrates (when he was condemned to death by poisoning). However . . .
    . . . Only a coward of a soldier would [in war] choose to die before he/she is killed.
    . . . Only lack of wisdom would make one take their own life [trying to solve a problem] coz instead of solving a problem, you create or leave behind an even bigger problem for your dependents than the one you are trying to solve.
    . . . It helps to be religious, or godly or both. Therein, is hope; even at our lowest moments.
    O………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………O

    1. OkOkOk says:

      Wakapuma basi inunso lanu lidzakwana osachuluka nzeru apa

      1. Emmanuel Potani says:

        OkOkOk!
        Ndiwe wabodza,akapume kuti?anakuuza ndani kuti kuli kupuma kwa odzipha?Nawenso ofunika uthandizidwe zisanakuchitikile izi.

        Very sad indeed for these two fellas,Johnstone and Violet.Chonde abale ili likhale phunziro kwa tonse kuti we should not live for ourselves but rather make God the centre of our lives since problems are inevitable to us all at some point in life” Kindly read the book of Job” as it reads”Munthu obadwa ndi mkazi ndi wa masiku owerengeka nakhuta mavuto”

        .Cases of Johnstone,Violet and those not known is a clear sign and evidence that despite the goodnews being spread daily people still live on their own or else trust their money/wealth and even their fellow beings, of which the bible calls chariots!!
        Let this be a lesson to everyone,Chonde,Chonde,Chonde abale ndi alongo musayende nokha ulendowu chifukwa kuli milandu kutsogoloku ndipo ganizilanitu kuti akakuyimilirani ndani?
        Great Angels Choir!

    2. Tapona Beza says:

      thats very true

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