Wife Shoot Husband To Death Two Days After Their Wedding
By @BALLOGRAM | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 31599 views
This is really sad, I think the society we are in now is really alarming, how could someone be so wicked to the extent of killing someone because of some rumours she heard from her friend.
This incident happened a small village in kwazulu According to the report, a wife shoots her husband to death 24 hours after their wedding. According to the newly wed bride she said her friends told her that her husband is having an affair with a young lady in the village, The wife is identified as Mthembu Thabisile a 32 year old and her dead husband 'Thulani Hlabisa, a 34 years old from Durban in KwaZulu Natal, well the authorities have arrested her and her 'Queen Nkosi' who fueled the the situation and they are both facing a serious murder charge. According to report Mrs Mthembu Thabisile will appear in magistrate court of law in Durban by next week to face the charges against her.
How could a person be so wicked to the extent of killing her husband for some false information passed by her friend.
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