Zambian Man To Face Death Penalty For Shooting Wife To Death
Zambian Man To Face Death Penalty For Killing Wife
Zambian man Kenneth Makina aged 42 lands himself in a situation most men never want to find themselves in.
Makina who according to reports is a teacher of Lusaka’s Woodlands residential area shot his estranged wife to death over a marital misunderstanding has been charged with murder.
The same man has also been charged with attempted murder for shooting his landlord in the right thigh with both incidents happening on the same day.
On February 23, Makina shot his wife Charity Jikubi four times using a pistol when she went to pick up a wardrobe from his home.
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On the said day, Makina also shot his landlord Eustone Kapotwe in the right thigh in which he sustained an injury.
He then later landed himself to the Police at Woodlands Police Station.
The Landlord Kapotwe who was quickly admitted to the University Teaching Hospital has since been discharged and is recovering well.
Esther Katongo who happens to be the Police spokesperson has made it clear that the accused will soon appear in court for his trial. And if convicted, he faces the death penalty.