A newly married man in from Tanzania County said to have beat up his wife to pulp, accusing her of practicing witchcraft in the family.
Daniel Mnangawa (not the real name) found himself in police station and charged with attacking his wife, after he was seen in video beating up his mercilessly suspecting to be killing his father through witchcraft.
In the viral video, the said man, is seen beating his wife with a wooden stick mercilessly. The wife tried to ask for forgiveness, but it all feel to deaf ears.
According to police reports, the accused said to have stormed his wife bedroom to protest the fact that she dislikes his father, and had asked her questions, which suggested the wife kills his father.
The police further said the suspect stormed his home and threatens to burn down her house to ashes protesting the fact that she dislikes his father, and practicing witchcraft in the family.
Confirming the incident, the police commander in his statements to media said the suspect has been arrested and taken into police custody, where he awaits to be arraigned in court once the investigation is completed.
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