ZESCO worker’s stomach ripped open in sex sequel


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AN UNIDENTIFIED man of Chavuma District stabbed a couple he found having sex in a house rented by a pupil.

North Western Province commissioner of Police Hudson Namachila confirmed the incident in which a female grade 12 pupil at Moses Luneta Day Secondary School was stabbed on her right thigh and left knee after she was found having sex with a ZESCO employee whose stomach was ripped open by the assailant.

“The male victim sustained deep cuts in the stomach which left his intestines hanging outside. Both were found unconscious and bleeding profusely”, said the commissioner.

The commissioner said the ZESCO general worker worked at the firm’s in the distribution office.

The commissioner said that the crime was reported by members of the public after the male victim was heard shouting for help by his workmates.

“The crime scene was tempered with at the time police went there by the public. The two victims were found in the act by the perpetrator and attacked them with a knife”, he said.

Mr Namachila said the dual were fighting for their lives in the Chavuma Mission Hospital where they haven admitted.


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