“l cannot trust anything that you promised me anymore.”
Love thrills but kills, so they say and this cliche cannot be farther from reality as one man has taken his live over love as he felt romantically neglected.
Love has taken a precious life in the land of the sands and beautiful waters of the African southeast nation of the former British colony.
A 70-year-old British National living Malawi has died after hanging himself with a rope to a roof of his house in the kitchen in the Lake District of Mangochi.
Police in Mangochi have confirmed.
In an interview with Nyasa Times Mangochi District police deputy publicist Sub-Inspector Amina Tepani Daudi confirming the incident, said:
“The British national, David Henry Graves, 70, killed himself on the wee hours of June 7, 2021 at Michesi Village in the area of Traditional Authority Mponda in Mangochi.”
The police said they are still investigating the matter in order to come to the the logical tie-ends of the case.
According to the deceased’s wife, Jane Rex, 34, in the afternoon of June 6, 2021, as usual she went out for drinking with friends and left the husband at home.
She came back totally drunk in the wee hours of the next day and went straight to bed, but was awaken by their son in the morning who informed her that he saw his father hanging to the roof of the kitchen.
The wife rushed to the kitchen where she found her husband lifeless.
After checking her phone, she found a suicide message which was sent to her by her husband before taking his own life.
According to the suicide note, the British National was complaining about his wife’s tendency of going out frequently leaving him at home alone and he felt neglected.
“Darling, my true love being out drinking and coming late appears to be more important to you than any promise you made to me, it seems that you respect a bottle of beer more than you respect me.
“l cannot trust anything that you promised me anymore, we won’t be able to discuss this as that’s when sunami jane appears. I can’t just leave this way,” reads part of the suicide note.
The matter was reported at Koche Police Unit who rushed to the scene and took the dead body to Koche Health Centre where suffocation has been indicated as the cause of death.
Meanwhile, arrangements are being made to convey the dead body to Lilongwe area 18 cemetery where burial will take place.
Police are therefore appealing to the public to refrain from taking their own lives whenever they face challenges in life. They should rather seek help or talk to someone about it.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :