Lusaka woman allegedly murders husband, dumps body by roadside


Police in Lusaka’s Apollo Military camp area have arrested a woman for allegedly murdering her husband and dumping his body by the roadside.

The police identified the deceased as Winston Kabaso, aged 48, a civilian employee residing at house number LCC 58, Apollo Military Camp.

This is according to a statement issued in Lusaka on Friday.

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Police Public Relations Officer, Rae Hamoonga, said Kabaso’s body was dumped along the road leading to the old Military camp.

He said police rushed to the crime scene upon receiving the report of a male body laying dead along the road.

“Upon arrival at the scene, police scenes of crime officers confirmed the murder case,” Hamoonga added.

He stated that Kabaso’s body had a cut on the right side of the face, a depressed forehead and swelling on the back of the head indicating a violent altercation.

“Further examination revealed evidence suggesting the body had been dumped at the location, with blood droplets leading from the scene to the victim’s residence,” Hamoonga mentioned.

He said police followed the trail of blood to the residence where Kabaso’s was suspected to have been murdered.

“Upon searching the premises, Hamoonga narrated, officers discovered blood stains on the passage door frame, the kitchen door mat which was found on the roof and a pounding stick with blood stains.”

He said a juvenile, aged six, and the son of the couple provided information indicating that his parents were engaged in a violent altercation the previous night.

Hamoonga identified the suspect as Agness Mulebi, wife to the deceased who is now detained in police custody on suspicion of murder.

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