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Police in Uganda arrested a 24-year-old woman after she stabbed her husband to death because he refused to make love with her.


Harriet Nambi, who hails from Nakiyanhja,Kaliro Town council stabbed Musa Batera 25, for refusing to have sex with her ever since she gave birth two months ago through cesarean.

Until his death, Batera who was married to 3 wives was the chairman of Kaliro district Boda Boda Association, while Nambi is a primary school teacher at Kaliro Town.


Hasifa Babirye, a neighbor said the couple developed some quarrels some 3 days ago where Nambi accused Batera of repeatedly refusing to sleep with her.

"She told me that her husband was denying her sex yet she needed it. I asked her to wait since she had just been operated upon but she was obsessed," Babirye told police.

"I tried to ask her to give it time but she said she was going to harm him and when the husband returned, she stabbed him," she added.

According to residents, Nambi lured the deceased to their rented house and as soon as he entered, she started quarreling which developed into a fight.

Kaliro District police boss, Joseph Kihamba, who confirmed the incident, said the suspect has been arrested and is to be charged with murder.

The police boss advised couples to settle their differences with family members and relevant authorities.

Source: Daily Monitor

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