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Woman in coma after being savagely beaten by hubby for drinking liquor

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Woman in coma after being savagely beaten by hubby for drinking liquor. DailyNews reports that there was fracas when Jacob Moyo, an engineer at a mining firm, found his wife, Patience Ncube, drinking alcohol. The drama ensued after Ncube told Moyo that their marital problems were the reason why she was drinking.

A distressed Bulawayo woman’s strategy to drown her marital sorrows in liquor backfired after she was savagely assaulted with a tyre lever by her husband when he found her imbibing.

This did not go down well with Moyo who then left and returned with a tyre lever before attacking her. Moyo reportedly struck his wife several times in the head and ribs with the tyre lever and head-butted her in the face.

He then allegedly kicked her several times in the face. Ncube sustained injuries and was taken to hospital for medical examination. The matter came to light when Moyo appeared before Bulawayo regional magistrate Mafios Moyo facing an attempted murder charge. He was not asked to plead.

He was remanded out of custody to November 25 for trial. A medical report detailing Ncube’s injuries had been compiled and would be produced in court as an xhibit. Simbarashe Manyiwa prosecuted the case.

Source – iHarare

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