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Woman Kills Her Lover Over Meat

Woman Kills Her Lover Over Meat

A woman identified as Norah was arrested by police officers attached to Old Kampala Police Station for using her own authority by stabbing her lover to death over mere meat.

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However, according to Mr Onyango Patrick who is the current Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, this violent woman identified as Norah stabbed her lover known as Matovu Bob, a resident of Kayanja zone, Rubaga Division.

Mr Onyango claims that Matovu had his last breath in the morning hours after loosing his life with stab wounds severely caused by girlfriend. The reason for his death resulted after enjoying meat he never bought.

Eye witnesses mentioned that the woman quickly grabbed a kitchen knife and ended Matovu’s life. She started by piercing him in the chest, moved upwards in the neck while blaming him for feasting on her beef.

Unfortunately, while rushing him to Rubaga hospital, Matovu died on the way because of the severe injuries and a lot of blood after the incident.

Nsubuga who is said to be the owner of the lodges they were renting on for 5000 shillings daily, claimed he didn’t know much about the couple.

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