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More details emerge on murderous soldier who shot wife and mother-in-law

Evelyn Madawo

More details emerge on murderous soldier who shot wife and mother-in-law. Mlambo committed suicide after committing the dastardly act and shooting his mother-in-law Nomari Madawo. However, Nomari is recovering at Chitungwiza Central Hospital.

The family members of the woman who was gunned down by her estranged soldier husband have spoken out following the horrific crime. Evelyn Madawo (25) died after she was shot in the head by Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) soldier Aaron Taurai Mlambo.

Pedzisayi Kaguru, spokesperson for the berevead family spoke to H-Metro saying, It is sad that my son-in-law decided to end his issues with my daughter in such a horrific manner. The two separated a month ago and I have been requesting Mlambo to come and meet our family in order to solve the differences they had but to no avail.

Ndakambofunga kuenda kunomuonera kubasa kwake ndichifunga kuti semunhu anga akangobvisa tsvakirai kuno iye ava nemwana anemakore matatu ainyara kutevera mudzimai wake. Kaguru went on to say that Mlambo had accosted Evelyn at her workplace and created a scene. Revealing more details of the incident.

She was threatened with death over the shouting she made when he ran away with her phone in town and was scared to meet him when he brought groceries at midnight. He came armed with a gun wrapped in a military sleeping bag and jumped over the precast wall before knocking the door.

Upon seeing the maid he asked for Evelyn and when the maid opened the bedroom he followed her and shot Evelyn twice on her forehead. Another shot injured his mother-in-law. Evelyn’s brother escaped by hiding under the bed for cover. The burial arrangements are yet to be announced.

Source – iHarare

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