Jealousy Ridden Man Beats Wife To Death For Being Greeted By Churchmate
A jealousy ridden man from Nyamandlovu was arrested after he allegedly beat his wife to death just for being greeted by another man.
Elvis Ngwenya (28) allegedly accused his now deceased wife Primrose Ncube of infidelity after a male church mate greeted her.
The couple had just dropped off a Victoria Falls-bound train at Nyamandlovu Train Station at around 11 pm when an unnamed church mate greeted the deceased, which did not go down well with his wife.
A dispute arose as Ngwenya accused his wife of cheating on him and he allegedly assaulted her several times with a switch while also kicking her.
Ngwenya spent the night in the bush standing guard over his wife as she couldn’t walk due to the injuries and he raised alarm in the morning claiming that they had been mugged.
Officer Commanding Lupane District Chief Superintendent Edgar Dhliwayo confirmed the murder.
“On 18 August at around 11 pm, the two had dropped off a train at Deli Station when the woman was greeted by a male church mate whose name was not provided. This didn’t go down well with Ngwenya who started accusing her of infidelity resulting in a misunderstanding.
“He took a switch and assaulted her while also kicking her all over the body,” said Chief Supt Dhliwayo.
“Both slept on the roadside near the station and in the morning the suspect went to seek for help. When he returned with some people he found the woman already dead,” said Chief Supt Dhliwayo.
Chief Supt Dhliwayo urged members of the public not to use violence but seek help when faced with domestic problems.
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