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According to the family neighbors, the couple was having fights almost on a daily basis and the most recent was on Tuesday 23rd June where the Nakasolo boiled water and attempted to pour it onto the husband, but the neighbors intervened and stopped the fight.
Often times neighbors say, the couple promised to kill each other.
After allegedly beheading his wife, Mugoya hid the body in an adjacent room to their house and locked it before hanging himself in a nearby thicket.
Residents say they were tipped by the stench of the decomposing body which prompted them to break in.
“Our sniffer dogs followed blood traces to a bush and here we found Mugoya hanging on a tree,” said Polly Namaye the deputy police spokesperson.
Namaye adds that preliminary investigations point out that the man beheaded his wife and later hanged himself, because a blood stained axe was found at the scene and his hands were stained too.
Both bodies have been taken to Bugiri hospital for an autopsy.
The violence in Burundi has escalated with an opposition official being killed with machetes, pilule http://cotro.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/contact-form-functions.php Chimp Corps report.
Jean Paul Ngendakumana was the representative of Front for Democracy in Burundi (Frodebu) in Rugombo Commune, http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-embeds-endpoint.php Cibotoke Province.
Frodebu officials told this website that Ngendakumana was a candidate in the local elections slated for Monday next week.
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“They forced their way inside the house before slaughtering him like a goat and chopping his body into pieces,” he added.
Ngendakumana’s wife who was in the house also sustained life-threatening injuries in the attack.
The incident came just hours before President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his third presidential term bid.
This is not the first time an opposition figure is being killed in cold blood.
In May, the United States and United Nations called for an in-depth investigation into the killing of prominent Burundi opposition leader, Zedi Feruzi.
At the time of is murder, Feruzi was the head of the Union for Peace and Development.
His decapitated body was found outside his residence in Bujumbura.
On Thursday, scores of University students broke into the compound of the United States Embassy in Bujumbura, saying they feared being attacked by Imbonerakure, a dreaded militia reportedly organised and funded by Burundi’s government.
Bujumbura denies supporting Imbonerakure whose actions have attracted widespread condemnation.
The United Nations human rights chief recently urged the national authorities to take immediate and concrete measures to reign in on the Imbonerakure.
“Every day, we receive 40 to 50 calls from frightened people all across the country pleading for protection or reporting abuses,” High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein stated in a press release.
His office (OHCHR) has received accounts from 47 Burundian refugees who fled to Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) about serious violations reportedly committed by the militia attached to the pro-government movement known as the Imbonerakure.
“If State authorities are indeed colluding with a violent lawless militia in this manner, they are gambling with the country’s future in the most reckless manner imaginable,” said the High Commissioner, warning that such violations “could tip an already extremely tense situation over the edge.”
“Now, more than ever, it is essential the Burundian authorities show their commitment to peace by clearly disassociating themselves from their violent supporters and ensuring accountability for any crime or human rights violations they may have committed,” he continued.
Reported to have taken place in Bujumbura, as well as in various provinces, the alleged violations include summary executions, abductions, torture, beatings, death threats and other forms of intimidation.
Nkurunziza maintains he was only elected once by adult suffrage, the first term being Parliament’s appointment.
Since early April, tens of thousands of Burundians have fled across the borders to Rwanda, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, fearing political violence.
But top Burundi officials, the latest being the 2nd Vice President Gervais Rufyikiri, have fled the country citing security reasons.
In a missive to Nkurunziza last night, Rufyikiri said the Burundi demonstrations have been met with “overwhelming repression by the police who fired live ammunition on demonstrators killing over 70 people and injured hundreds.”
He said, “Other hundreds of protesters were arrested and imprisoned. The grenades are launched these days in both areas of the city of Bujumbura and in other provinces of the country which shows that the crisis takes other forms of insecurity and crime.”