Chikomba murdered as woman flees for life after being caught red-handed. A Chiredzi man was left for dead by his girlfriend when her obsessive estranged lover broke down a locked door and fatally stabbed him after catching them red-handed, on Sunday. iHarare has sadly learnt that, Tawanda Muguvi (36) was brutally murdered by Johannes Mukana (36) for being in a relationship with his ex-lover, Rumbidzai Chauke (22). Speaking to the state publication, Masvingo police spokesperson Chief Inspector Charity Mazula confirmed the incident.
I can confirm receiving a report of murder involving two rival suitors from Mkwasine Sugar Estate in Chiredzi. The suspect fled the scene together with his friend after fatally stabbing his rival for dating his ex-lover.
Chief Insp Mazula revealed that the incident occurred around 10 pm when Mukana who was in the company of a friend, Daniel Madlaza, visited Chauke’s residence, 12 B Shumba Compound. Upon their arrival, the duo found the door locked. Maguvi was inside the house together with Chauke and her two-month-old daughter.
Mukana knocked on the door but did not get a response. The assailants then allegedly broke down the door and entered the house. Sensing danger, Chauke bolted out of the house while holding her child, leaving Muguvi to meet his death at the hands of the assailants.
Insp Mazula said that Mukana then drew a double-edged knife from his pocket and stabbed Muguvi on the right thigh. Muguvi’s efforts to flee were not fruitful as he was badly wounded and bled to death after running a short distance.
After realising that his rival had died, Mukana and Madlaza fled the scene. A report was made to the police who attended the scene and the body was taken to Chiredzi General Hospital mortuary for post-mortem. The pair is still at large and police have since launched a manhunt and are appealing to members of the public with knowledge of the pair’s whereabouts.
Source – iHarare
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