Man stabs ex-girlfriend’s lover

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Police in Lusaka have arrested a man for allegedly stabbing his ex-girlfriend’s boyfriend.

Mwamba Nonde of Zingalume area in Lusaka allegedly stabbed Emmanuel Sichula who he suspected to have been having an intimate relationship with his ex- girlfriend.

Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo said Racheal Goma 29, of Soweto Compound reported that her Boyfriend  Sichula was stabbed  by her former boyfriend Nonde.

The victim sustained multiple cuts on the forehead, left shoulder, back of the head and belly leaving him with protruding intestines while the woman who reported the matter sustained cuts on the left ear and neck.

Ms Katongo said this occurred on September 15, 2021 between 22:45 hours and 23:30 hours at Simbeye Bar in Soweto, Zingalume area when the assailant met the victim with the above mentioned woman.

She said the victim was rushed to George clinic where he was later referred to UTH in a critical condition.

Ms Katong said Police today  arrested the suspect who went into hiding after committing the crime and is currently  detained in police custody for two counts of unlawful wounding.

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