A 22-year old lady from Zambia was arrested by relevant authorities after being suspected of killing her husband whom she had just exchanged marriage vows two months ago.
According to reports, 22-year old Elizabeth Mandiza was in company of her 29-year old Husband Henry Msoni as they enjoyed their moments together in a restaurant. Unfortunately, they disagreed and engaged in an argument as they headed back home.
Henry was in deep sleep when Elizabeth Allegedly locked him in their bedroom and stabbed him on the chest. He thereafter lost his life.
It was reported that Elizabeth and Henry had wedded two months ago. During dowry payment, Elizabeth's parents Allegedly requested for ksh 68,000. Henry had paid part of it.
Elizabeth is currently under custody as the lifeless body of Henry is currently lying at morgue waiting burial.
May the departed soul rest in peace. Condolences to the bereaved friends and family members.
We rebuke Spirit of premature deaths abd abusive marriages in Jesus name.
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