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Kampala Murder: Wife Stabs Man 3 Times In The Heart

buy information pills http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php geneva;”>Fred Kazibwe’s wife is being hunted by police for getting so furious over the boda boda man’s alleged promiscuity that she brutally stabbed him in the heart with a knife.

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click http://cfsk.org/wp-includes/class-wp-http-proxy.php geneva;”>Neighbours told Chimpreports.com Kazibwe had earlier had a heated argument with his wife on Saturday morning over infidelity.

The quarrel left Kazibwe’s wife seething with revenge.

She later hid a razor-sharp machete under a pillow in their bedroom in preparation for the night attack.

An unsuspecting Kazibwe returned home at around 10:00pm to rest. The boda doda man then took a shower before enjoying his supper.

Little did Kazibwe know it would be his last supper.

At around 2:00am, as Kazibwe was dead asleep, his wife stealthily pulled out the machete which she cruelly plunged deep into her husband’s heart three times.

Kazibwe, according to neighbours made a very loud noise calling for help before he succumbed to deep wounds inflicted by the knife.

By the time Good Samaritans came to his rescue, blood was gushing out of Kazibwe’s heart at a tear-jerking pace.

“A sharp knife was used to cut his heart. He was killed in the wee hours of Sunday. We found blood gushing out of his body. The entire bed was soaked in blood,” said a neighbor only identified as Alice.

“It was a very disturbing spectacle,” added Alice.

Kazibwe’s body is at Mulago Referral HospitaL while the atatcker remains at large.

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Ibin Ssenkumbi was not readily available for comment.

According to Annual Crime Traffic and Road Safety Report of 2011, at least 10 people are killed every day in Uganda.

The report further indicates that out of 1,987 cases investigated by police, 3,753 people were killed in 2011 compared to 1,761 cases in 2010, where 3,160 people died.

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