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2017: Year of spousal killings

THE house in Lusaka’s Meanwood Kwamwena, where Peter Siwale (inset left) is alleged to have killed his wife, Charity Namukoko (inset right), and her suspected lover, Andrew Chibeka (inset below right) following a dispute on Thursday last week. PICTURE: CHANDA MWENYA

DOREEN NAWA, Lusaka
FORMER Church of God overseer Bishop John Mambo says 2017 will be remembered as the year the nation saw a rise in killings between lovers.

Bishop Mambo said in an interview that spousal killings in 2017 were shocking adding that the incidences are an eye-opener on the urgent need for Zambia to engage in prayer for couples and those that are intending to get into marriage.
Mr Mambo said the murders that happened in 2017 raise questions as to whether people that engage in relationships understand the word ‘love’.http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/

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