Man, 26, arrested for raping grandmother?

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A 26 year old man has been arrested for allegedly raping his 82 year grandmother  in Chibombo district.

The woman  of Lukata village in Mungule chiefdom was allegedly raped by Sapren Musekiwa, a worker at  Marula farm in Chisamba district.

Central province police commissioner, Chola Katanga confirmed to the Lusaka Sun that the victim was raped around 02:00  hours over the weekend.

Mr Katanga said the matter was reported to Chisamba police by the victim’s daughter, Lilian Mungo of the same village.

“I confirm that we received a rape case at Chisamba police station from a female aged 62 of Lukata village Mungule chiefdom who reported on behalf of her mother aged 82 of the same address that she was raped,” said Mr Katanga.

He said the victim was forced to drink unknown substance by the grandson after the incident.

Mr Katanga said the victim complained of painful neck and stomach pains .

He said the suspect has been arrested following the incident.

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