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20 Year Old Woman Stabs Mother In Law To Death From Hospital

Shocking news reached our desk indicating that a 20-year-old woman from Soroti district who had reportedly undergone a caesarean operation from Soroti Regional Referral Hospital stabbed her mother in law dead.

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The suspect whose names were not disclosed spiked a knife in the chest of her mother in law called Akiror Anna who was said to have attended to her in the hospital.

One of the witnesses said the suspect delivered a bouncing baby boy on Sunday, but Akiror prevented her from escaping from the hospital. It’s however not yet clear why she wanted to flee.

The incident took place at around 10pm when the suspect dragged the deceased into the bathroom where she stabbed her mother in law to death, according to Akol Esther, one of the witnesses.

Akiror Anna who reportedly died on spot before doctors could attend to her created panic to the health workers, other patients and their caregivers.

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