Zambia man kills own mother after being denied sex in Malawi

Malawi Police in Chitipa have arrested a 29-year-old man on suspicion that he killed  his mother  for allegedly denying him sex.

Chitipa Police Public Relations Officer, Sub-Inspector Gladwell Simwaka confirmed the arrest of the man whose identity Nyasa Times has shielded to avoid identifying the victim.

According  to Simwaka, the suspect and mother caem from Zambia a week ago to visit relatives in Malawi at Mwanyanja Trading Centre in Traditional Authority Nthalire in Chitipa.

He said the two were accommodated in the dame house at Nthalire and  on Tuesday the wee hours of this year’s Mother’s Day the suspect demanded sex from his mother.

“The mother refused to have sex with her son.This did not go well with the suspect who ended up picking a wooden stick and assaulted her to death,” said Simwaka.

He said an autopsy report indicated that the deceased died due to severe loss of blood secondary to multiple cuts in the head.

According to Simwaka, the suspect who was arrested on the same day is believed to be mentally ill although investigations are still underway.

The deceased and the suspect hail from Kafwimbi Village in Isoka, Zambia.

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Mwinithako
Mwinithako
1 year ago

Paja atumbuka ufiti kkk

Lloyd Kadzamira
Lloyd Kadzamira
1 year ago

How can you rape your own mother this Person must rot in jail for life this is sad

CHOKA SATANA
1 year ago

KUKHWIMILA CHUMA

Lazarus Kappata Njikho
Lazarus Kappata Njikho
1 year ago

So sad !, May her Saul REST IN PEACE …and Let us not our Mothers as praying ground as they are with us since before we se this world…letus treat them with love and care ..

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