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22-Year-Old Man On The Run After Stabbing Elder Brother To Death

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Nigeria – A 22-year-old man identified as Alfred Julius is currently on the run after allegedly stabbing his elder brother to death in Sabuwar Takur area of Dutse, Jigawa state’s capital.

The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASP Lawan Shiisu confirmed that a manhunt has been launched for the suspect who took to his heels after allegedly stabbing his 30-year older brother, identified as Augustine Julius, on Jan. 5, 2022.

Shiisu said;

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“On Jan. 5, 2022, at about 2200hrs, information was received by the police that there was a wounded victim taken to Rashid Shekoni Teaching Hospital, Dutse, who died while receiving treatment.

“On receipt of the report, policemen swung into action and moved to the hospital.

“Same date at about 1900hrs, his two sons, Alfred Julius, 22, the suspect and his elder brother, Augustine Julius, 30, the deceased, were involved in a fight.

“That during the fight, Alfred stabbed Augustine with a knife in multiple places, as a result of which he sustained grievous injuries and died while receiving treatment.”

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The doctor on duty confirmed the victim dead and a postmortem was conducted on the body. Shiisu also said relatives of the victims are assisting the police with vital information that can lead to Alfred’s arrest.

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Zambian Prison Wardress Suspended For Marrying Ex-Convict

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A ZAMBIA Correctional Service officer’s decision to tie the knot with an ex-murder convict released on parole has landed her in problems, with her supervisors reportedly suspending her from work for alleged indiscipline.

During the indefinite suspension, which was imposed last month, Mercy Ngoma will not be allowed to leave her station without the permission of the officer-in-charge at the Lusaka Female Correctional Centre.

The sub-inspector, who has also been barred from leaving the station, is married to Moffat Nkhoma.

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This is according to a letter of suspension dated December 27, 2021, signed by Zambia Correctional Service Commissioner General Frederick Chilukutu.

The letter is copied to Ministry of Home Affairs and Internal Security Permanent Secretary, Correctional Service Commission secretary and Zambia Correctional Service human resource director, among others.

“It has come to the attention of this office that you, sub-inspector Mercy Ngoma, on December 23, 2021 married an ex-convict, namely Moffat Nkhoma, at a wedding ceremony”

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Zambian Man Claims He Fathered Mercy Cowham’s Children; As She Insists They’re Bowman Lusambo’s Kids – Face of Malawi

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A 28 year old man of Kitwe is seeking to be joined in the paternity claim involving Mercy Colham and Kabushi Member of Parliament Bowman Lusambo as he is allegedly the father of Chipego, the first child that Mercy claims was fathered by Mr. Lusambo.

Luckson Nyawali, a mineral analyst based in Kitwe says he is also ready to undergo a DNA test and will be applying to the Courts to compel Mercy to also release Chipego’s DNA samples for analysis.

He said he has decided to speak now after observing how Mercy wants to use their child to blackmail Mr. Lusambo through social media.

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Nyawali narrated that he met Mercy in 2013 in Chipata when they both attended Grade 12 Extra Tuitions at Hillside Basic School.

He said Mercy fell pregnant in 2014 and they agreed to start cohabiting until she left for Luanshya a few months later and delivered a baby girl at Roan Mine Hospital in Luanshya.

Nyawali added that the baby was named Chipego by a Mr Musange who is Mercy’s brother in law who kept her in Luanshya.

He says he has not seen Chipego since 2017 when Mercy last brought her to Chipata and is now demanding custody of the child.

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