Homicide cases are getting out of hand as several innocent people are losing their lives to brutal murderers who kill them out of jealous and other unknown reason.
A 53 years old estranged husband brutally killed his wife because of suspicion that she is unfaithful to him.
According to reliable reports, Heneriko John who lived with his deceased wife Regina Jiyenze (45 years old) in Shiyanga took the authority to his hand as he engaged in fierce argument with the wife about the cheating allegations.
Little did Regina know that it was her last day alive, as her husband reached out for a sharp panga which he used to brutally slash his wife on the head and shoulder killing her instantly.
The man then handed him over to the police as he confessed of committing the heinous act. Police officers visited the crime scene and found the bloody panga which will be used as evidence.
Confirming the news, area police boss stated: "The suspect lured his wife after the argument and used the machete to kill her. Before the incident, the late had reported of her life being threatened that's when she returned home and got killed."
May she rest in peace.
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