Unskilled husband attempts ceasarian operation on pregnant wife at home

Malawi Police in Chikwawa are hunting a husband who attempted to do a ceaserian operation on his pregnant wife in chief Ngabu’s area and has left a wide knife wound in the abdomen.

Chingwalu: We Received the complaint

District Health Officer for Chikhwawa Amber Majid confirmed the incident.

He said when labour pains started at their home, the husband tried to open the abdomen in what he said he wanted to do a ceaserian operation.

However, the woman gave birth naturally but lost a lot of blood due to the wound on the abdomen.

Majid said both the baby and the woman are in stable condition as health personnel are now dealing with the big wound in the abdomen.

Police officer in charge for Chikhwawa Davie Chingwalu said the station has received the complaint from the hospital.

“We are indeed looking for this man,” he said.

It is not yet known why the man decided to do the weird operation on his pregnant wife.

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14 thoughts on “Unskilled husband attempts ceasarian operation on pregnant wife at home”

  1. yazula says:

    Nsena @ his best,banja lithepo basi

  2. Vinzal says:

    uyu ndiye timati big tobacco

  3. lesley says:

    We miss you Davie Chingwali, up to date police publist. Handy at information dissermination.

  4. KB says:

    koma sena jive ndi mo

  5. kings says:

    Bush doctor sena jive indeed hahaha!!!

  6. HUIITTE says:

    The Guy is a witch. Asanamizire operation yo. Mkaziyo akachila awone nsana wa njira.

  7. jab says:

    kkkkkkkkkk…home doctor my foot

  8. hasho says:


  9. Kkkkkk koma zinazi ukamva kamba anga mwala ndithu! chimakhala chili chani? no comment ndangofunsa!

  10. wati says:

    kkkkkk.bush doctor?

    1. GLORY says:

      kikikikikikik bush doc indeed

  11. john says:

    Koma zinazi kkkk.

  12. BIMA says:


  13. Ndasauka says:

    Senaaaa mmmmmmm

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